Time to Vote!


DON’T MISS AN ELECTION! The presidential election takes place Tuesday, November 8, 2016.

All Alabama voters must present photo identification at the polling booth in order to vote in Alabama, such as a valid

Alabama driver’s license or non-driver ID card.
Alabama Photo Voter ID.
A state issued ID (can be from any state)
U.S. passport.
Student/employee ID card issued by a public or private university.
Government ID card.
U.S. military ID card.
Tribal ID card.

If voting by absentee ballot, you must enclose a copy of your valid photo identification.

  Hillary Clinton v Donald Trump

Hillary Clinton

Democrat Hillary Clinton’s lead over Republican rival Donald Trump stands at five percentage points, according to a new Wall Street Journal/NBC News poll.

According to Wall Street Journal, the latest survey of 1,000 registered voters, shows Mrs. Clinton gets 46% support, to 41% for Mr. Trump, in a head-to-head matchup. Hillary Clinton numbers has remained constant over the past month, while Mr. Trump’s numbers have dropped by two points since May.

The survey of registered voters was conducted during a period in which Donald Trump fired his campaign manager and faced criticism from within his own party over weak fundraising numbers and lack of organization.

According to Wall Street Journal, Hillary Clinton commanded the support of 78% of people who supported Sen. Bernie Sanders in the democratic primaries. She and other Democratic allies are trying to the numbers to grow by unifying the democratic party.


With the general election in the early stages, voters are divided about the two top candidates. Wall Street Journal survey showed a distinct gender split. Mrs. Clinton has a 17-point lead among women, while Mr. Trump has a 10-point advantage among men.

Donald Trump was the choice of 22% of Hispanic voters. According to Wall Street Journal, he is running behind the previous Republican nominee, Mitt Romney, who captured 27% of the Hispanic vote in losing to Mr. Obama in 2012.




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