BY SARAH STEPHENS
SAMPLE BALLOTS FOR RACES IN ELMORE AND AUTAUGA COUNTY ARE AT THE BOTTOM OF THIS ARTICLE.
The Polls will remain open today until 7 p.m. for Run-off elections in our area.
In Autauga County:
In the Republican Primary Run-Off Election – Candidates for United States Senator are Jeff Sessions and Tommy Tuberville.
Candidates for United States Representative 2nd Congressional District are Jeff Coleman and Barry Moore.
For the Court of Criminal Appeals Judge, Place No. 2 candidates are Beth Kellum and Will Smith.
For Autauga County Commission, District 1 candidates are Dave Burns and Rusty Jacksland.
In the Democratic Primary Run-Off Election – For the State Board of Education District 5 race, candidates are Fred Bell and Tonya Smith Chestnut.
For the Autauga County Commission, District 5, candidates are Carl Johnson and Larry Stoudemire.
In Elmore County:
In the Republican Primary Run-Off Election for United States Senator, candidates are Jeff Sessions and Tommy Tuberville.
For the United States Representative, 2nd Congressional District, candidates are Jeff Coleman and Barry Moore.
For Court of Criminal Appeals Judge, Place No. 2, candidates are Beth Kellum and Will Smith.
In the Democratic Primary Run-Off Election, for State Board of Education, District No. 5, candidates are Fred Bell and Tonya Smith Chestnut.
FROM ALABAMA SECRETARY OF STATE JOHN MERRILL
For sample ballots for any county in Alabama, visit https://www.sos.alabama.gov/alabama-votes/2020-primary-runoff-election-sample-ballots
Tuesday, July 14, 2020 – Today, Alabamians have the opportunity to vote in several important races that will determine our representation at the local, state, and federal level.
Voters can view their sample ballot by county using the link above. Please keep in mind that not all counties have a Democrat Runoff Election.
Voters will have until 7:00 p.m. to cast their ballot for the candidate(s) of their choosing.
Election night reporting will be available online and will be updated following the close of polls.
Provisional ballots can be utilized by anyone who does not provide valid photo ID, requested an absentee ballot but did not return an absentee ballot, whose name does not appear on the poll list, is challenged by an inspector, or disputes the political party indicated on the primary runoff election polling list.
For questions or concerns, please contact the Office of the Secretary of State at (334) 242-7200.