St. Paul & The Broken Bones playing free Birmingham show Saturday night

St Paul Broken Bones, Birmingham, Alabama

St. Paul & The Broken Bones are playing in support of Democratic Senate candidate Doug Jones via a “Get Out the Vote” concert. Also, Jason Isbell is playing a free show in Huntsville.

St Paul Broken Bones, Birmingham, Alabama

Whoa. Two of Alabama’s (and the nation’s) top recording acts are playing FREE shows this weekend. Both bands have thrown their support towards Democratic senate hopeful Doug Jones.

Jason Isbell, Birmingham, Alabama
Jason Isbell, via Billboard
What? FREE?

St. Paul & The Broken Bones will play at Boutwell Auditorium Saturday night. The show starts at 7 p.m.

Jason Isbell will play a show on Saturday night at Side Tracks in Hunstville at 6 p.m.

While admission to both shows are free, an RSVP here for St. Paul & The Broken Bones. For the Jason Isbell show, RSVP here.

Alabama’s special senate election is Tuesday, December 12.

Donald Trump, Roy Moore, Birmingham, Alabama, Senate, Election
Via CNN
President Trump special appearance

Tonight President Trump will be appearing in Florida in support of Moore. Although the event is in Pensacola, you can still make it! Here is the invite for Alabama Moore supporters who would like more info about the event.

Birmingham, Alabama, Doug Jones, Senate, election
Via NPR
On the issues

According to Google Trends, Alabama voters continue searching “for a wide variety of issues.” Those issues include: abortion, crime, healthcare, immigration and sexual harassment.

Since there isn’t going to be a public debate between the two, you may want to know more about the candidates’ specific positions on issues important to Alabamians. No worries. Check out this post I wrote.

Roy Moore, Doug Jones, Fox News, Birmingham, Alabama, Senate , election
Roy Moore and Doug Jones, via Fox News

 

Your polling place

Polling stations will be open from 7 a.m. until 7 p.m. on December 12. To find out registration status and polling locations, visit the Secretary of State website here.