The polls will be open in less than 24 hours for Alabama’s primary runoffs. Alabama’s Democratic and Republican parties are both holding runoffs tomorrow, to decide the winners from the June 5 primaries. 1. Yes, you can vote, even if you didn’t vote in the primaries.
UPDATE: Randall Woodfin has been declared the winner of Birmingham’s mayoral race, beating incumbent William Bell. Please stay tuned for updates.
PREVIOUSLY: Birmingham divided by mayoral runoff, but is it enough to increase voter turnout?
UPDATE: Roy Moore, the former chief justice of the Alabama Supreme Court, beat out Senator Luther Strange, in Alabama’s special primary runoff on Tuesday.
According to WIAT, Moore maintained an early lead, and the Associated Press called the race around 8:40 PM.
All I hear are dueling banjos as Alabama’s Senate runoff gears up for one last night of grandstanding before tomorrow’s election between Luther Strange and Roy Moore.
Who do you think will cinch the Republican nomination for a face off against Democratic nominee Doug Jones?
Hey, the best way to express your political opinion is to get out there and vote. Here are the details on the statewide Senate runoff and Birmingham’s upcoming mayoral election:
On Friday President Trump is making a stop in Huntsville to campaign for “Big Luther” Strange, who is running in a special election against Roy Moore as Alabama’s next U.S. Senator.
What’s this GOP senatorial showdown really all about?
Results for Alabama’s special election primary are in.