County voters list in today’s edition, online
Published 11:27 am Tuesday, May 3, 2022
A list of qualified voters in the upcoming May 24, 2022 primary election is included in today’s issue of The Selma Times-Journal, and here for complimentary viewing.
The 44-page list contains more than 29,000 names sorted alphabetically by voting precinct, and includes all Dallas County voters who had qualified as of April 21, 2022 to vote in the May primary.
The Dallas County Board of Registrars supplied the list to The Selma Times-Journal for publication.
Any voter who has duly registered, but was inadvertently left off the list, has until May 17, 2022, to notify the Board of Registrars of such omission and have their name included in a supplemental voter’s list to be published in The Selma Times-Journal on May 18, 2022.
Dallas County Probate Judge Jimmy Nunn said anyone whose name did not appear on the voter’s lists can still vote on Election Day.
“It is almost impossible to compile an absolutely accurate list of voters, and the fact that an elector’s name does not appear on this list, will not prevent such person from voting provided such elector subscribes to the oath for challenged electors or procures from the Probate Office or the Board of Registrars a certificate of qualification upon furnishing a proper proof of registration,” Judge Nunn said.
For the primary election, voters are required to vote in either the Democratic or Republican primary.
All local races appear on the Democratic ballot, and include sheriff, district attorney, and coroner, among others. Sample ballots listed by county can be found at https://www.sos.alabama.gov/alabama-votes/2022-primary-election-sample-ballots.