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City elections are today in many municipalities

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Many Alabama cities and towns have municipal elections and voter referendums today.

  • The City of Montgomery is holding a special municipal election for city council District 4.
  • The City of Gadsden is holding its regular municipal election.
  • The City of Huntsville is holding its regular municipal election for city council.
  • The City of Opp is holding school board election for Districts 1, 2, and 4.
  • The City of Mountain Brook is holding municipal elections for the city council seats.
  • The City of Oneonta is holding school board elections for Places 2 and 4.
  • The City of Ozark is holding an election to decide whether or not to allow Sunday sales of alcohol.
  • The City of Scottsboro is holding its municipal election for city council seats.
  • The City of Auburn is holding its regular municipal election.
  • The City of Phenix City is holding a referendum on whether or not to establish an elected city school board.
  • The City of Muscle Shoals is holding a referendum on whether or not to raise ad valorem taxes for educational purposes.
  • The City of Bessemer is holding its regular municipal election.
  • The City of Jacksonville is holding school board elections for places 1 and 2.

Remember that you have to bring a valid photo ID to the polls in Alabama in order to participate in any Alabama election. To participate in a municipal election you also have to live in the city limits of that town or city and be a registered voter. Many city councils and school boards limit the voters to only those who live in that district. Check with your local municipal election officials for more information and if you have any question about your assigned polling place.

Polls will open at 7:00 am and close at 7:00 pm.

Brandon Moseley is a former reporter at the Alabama Political Reporter.

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