Primary run-off election is Tuesday

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By Denise DuBois

The job of choosing political candidates to represent Alabama and local communities isn’t quite finished. On Tuesday, there will be a run-off election to find Democratic and Republican candidates for November’s state-wide election. Cross voting in Alabama is not allowed. Which means, if you voted on the Democratic ballot in June, you will vote in the Democratic run-off on Tuesday. If you voted on the Republican ballot in June, you can only pick up a Republican run-off ballot. Polls are open 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. ET. Voters who use Central Activity Center to vote will now have to vote in the C-Club building behind the Central Activity Center due to a precinct location change.



Russell County Democrats

In Russell County, voters who picked up a Democratic ballot in June can vote for either Jeremy “Mr. EYG” Gray or Pat “Patsy” Jones to represent Dist. 83 in the statehouse.



Russell County Republicans

Voters who picked up a Republican ballot in June will have seven races to decide.

For Lt. Governor, candidates are Will Ainsworth and Twinkle Andress Cavanaugh. For Attorney General, candidates are Troy King and Steve Marshall. For Associate Justice of the Supreme Court Place 1, candidates are Brad Mendheim and Sarah Hicks Stewart. For Court of Civil Appeals Judge Place 1, candidates are Christy Olinger Edwards and Michelle Manley Thomason. For Court of Criminal Appeals Judge Place 2, candidates are Rich Anderson and Chris McCool. For Commissioner of Agriculture and Industries, candidates are Gerald Dial and Pick Pate. For Member of State Board of Education Dist. 2, candidates are Melanie Hill and Tracie West. There are no local races on the Republican ballot.



Lee County Democrats

In Lee County, voters who picked up a Democratic ballot in June will decide on two races and one depends on the district you live in. All Democratic voters will vote for either “Bishop” Arthur L. Dowdell Sr. or Richard LaGrand Sr. for Lee County Commission Dist. 5. Voters in state Dist. 82 will vote for either Johnny Ford or Pebblin Walker Warren to represent them in the Alabama Statehouse. Voters who live in Dist. 83 will choose between Jeremy “Mr. EYG” Gray or Pat “Patsy” Jones to represent  them at the statehouse.





Lee County Republicans

Lee County voters who picked up a Republican ballot in June will have nine races to decide.

Two local races are for state Dist. 13 and state Dist. 38. Candidates for Dist. 13 are Randy Price and Mike Sparks. Candidates for Dist. 38 are Todd Rauch and Debbie Hamby Wood.

The other seven races are: Lt. Governor, candidates are Will Ainsworth and Twinkle Andress Cavanaugh. For Attorney General, candidates are Troy King and Steve Marshall. For Associate Justice of the Supreme Court Place 1, candidates are Brad Mendheim and Sarah Hicks Stewart. For Court of Civil Appeals Judge Place 1, candidates are Christy Olinger Edwards and Michelle Manley Thomason. For Court of Criminal Appeals Judge Place 2, candidates are Rich Anderson and Chris McCool. For Commissioner of Agriculture and Industries, candidates are Gerald Dial and Pick Pate. For Member of State Board of Education Dist. 2, candidates are Melanie Hill and Tracie West.