The Judge of Probate is the Chief Election Officer of Autauga County.

Approximately 30,000 persons are registered to vote in Autauga County. Approximately 190 election officials are appointed to work in the 18 precincts where voting takes place.Twenty-three ES&S DS200 voting machines are used in Autauga County.

Board of Registrars 334-358-6740
Circuit Clerk 334-358-6800
County Commission 334-358-6700
Secretary of State 334-242-7210
Sheriff 334-361-2503
Absentee 34-358-6718


Primary Election: June 3rd 
Primary Run-off Election: July 15th
General Election: November 4th

Democratic Party Contact:
Carl Johnson, Chairman 850-7992 or 365-3047
*qualifications ends February 7, 2014  

Republican Party Contact:
Sherrell Berry, Secretary 322-0611
*qualifications ends February 7, 2014

Party qualifications end on February 7, 2014
To check to see if you are registered to vote and polling location please visit

Thank you for your interest in becoming a Poll Worker for Autauga County. To qualify as a Poll Worker you must be:
1. 18 years of age,
2. A registered voter in Autauga County

3. Attend poll worker school.

The Appointing Board meets prior to each election and appoints the workers from the list of qualified workers. Poll Workers generally serve in the precinct in which they vote. Each precinct has a maximum number of workers that are allowed to serve, based on the number of registered voters for that precinct. Ideally, the precinct Chief Inspector will call each potential worker from their precinct, to verify each worker’s availability prior to the Appointing Board meeting. If you are chosen by the Appointing Board, you will receive a letter from the Judge of Probate of Autauga County informing you of the site you’ve been assigned to, the duty you’ve been assigned, the Chief Inspector of the site, and the time, place and location of the Poll Worker School.

Alabama Law requires each Poll Worker be trained prior to every election. Training sessions are held approximately one to two weeks before each election. Compensation for working the polls is one hundred dollars per election – this amount includes twenty-five dollars for training.