Voters go back to the polls April 12 to determine the nominees in several races that were undecided after the March 1 primary.
For races in which no candidate got half of the votes or more, the top two candidates will compete for the nomination.
There is no statewide race on the ballot. In Jefferson County, four races – three judgeships and the treasurer’s seat – are on the Democratic ballot and two races – a seat on the state Board of Education and one on the county Board of Education – are on the Republican ballot. In Shelby County, two races – a judgeship and a seat on the County Commission – are on the Republican ballot and there is no Democratic runoff.
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Candidate profiles, sample ballots, campaign contributor lists, info on where to vote and more. It’s all in the guide, AlabamaVoterGuide.org.