Election file management consisting of voter registration, voter file maintenance and election management
The Bullock County Board of Registrars consists of three appointees from three elected State of Alabama officials. The Governor, State Auditor, and Commissioner of the Department of Agriculture and Industries choose qualified individuals from 67 counties to make up the 3-person Board that serves each county. A Board of Registrar member must live in the county in which they serve. The Board is required to take an oath before entering office to support the Constitution of the United States and is considered an Officer of the Court. The 3-person Board was created to act as a check and balance for maintaining, preserving, and supporting the election and voting process.
The Board of Registrars must process voter registration applications in a timely manner and in accordance with the law to ensure all voters their right to vote is unimpeded. Registrars’ duties include GIS mapping, voter education, conduct voter drives at colleges and universities, maintenance and security of voter applications, coordination with election officials and candidates during elections, record updating, and determining eligibility of voters.
Registrars are available during courthouse hours to receive and process voter registration forms as well as issue Voter Photo ID’s to eligible registered voters of Bullock County.