Alabama Elections

for 2020

General election is on November 3,2020.

Deadline to register for this election is

  • In-Person: 15 days before Election Day
  • By Mail: 15 days before Election Day
  • Online: 15 days before Election Day

Check if you’re registered to vote at Alabama Votes.

Register to vote by downloading the voter registration form at Get the form

OR Request a voter registration form be mailed to you by calling 1-800-274-8683 (VOTE).

Get your polling place at Locate Your Polling Place.

Get your sample ballot at Sample Ballot Lookup.

Upcoming Elections

State Elections

Date Election
November 12, 2019 Special General Election – State House District 74
March 3, 2020 Presidential Preference Primary Election
March 3, 2020 Statewide Primary Election
March 31, 2020 Primary Runoff Election
November 3, 2020 Statewide General Election

Local Elections/Referendums

Date Election
November 19, 2019 City of Birmingham – Municipal Runoff Election
December 10, 2019 City of Huntsville – Special Property Tax Referendum
December 10, 2019 Marengo County – Special Hospital Tax Election
August 25, 2020 Various Municipal Elections
August 3, 2021 City of Dothan – Municipal Election

Please come back to this page after the primaries on March 3, 2020

Federal Level

President: There is NO candidate running for president in 2018

Senator: There is NO senate race in 2018.

US Congress: All 7  House of Representatives seats are running for election in 2018.

The Democratic candidates running for the US House of Representatives are:

District 1:Robert Kennedy Jr.; District 2:Tabitha Isner; District 3:Mallory Hagan; District 4:Lee Auman; District 5:Peter Joffrion; District 6:Danner Kline; and District 7:Terri Sewell – Incumbent.

State Level

Governor: The Democratic candidate is: Walter Maddox.

Lt. Governor: The Democratic candidate is: Will Boyd

Attorney General: The Democratic candidate is: Joseph Siegelman

Sec. of State: The Democratic candidate is: Heather Milam

Down Ballot  –

Board of Education: Adam Jortner; Auditor: Miranda Joseph;

Public service Commissioner:Cara McClure

State Congressional Level

all 35 of the state senate seats are up for reelection in 2018.

The Democratic candidates running for these seats are:

District 1:Caroline Self; District 2:Amy Wasyluka; District 6:Johnny Mack Morrow; District 11:Carl Carter;  District 12:Jim Williams; District 13:Darrell Turner; District 14:Jerry McDonald; District 15:Laura Casey; District 16:Lindsey Deckard; District 18:Rodger Smitherman (I); District 19:Priscilla Dunn (I); District 20:Linda Coleman-Madison (I); District 21:Rick Burnham; District 23:Malika Sanders-Fortier; District 24:Bobby Singleton (I); District 25:David Sadler; District 27:Nancy Carlton Bendinger; District 28:Billy Beasley (I); District 32:Jason Fisher; District 33:Vivian Figures (I); District 35:Tom Holmes.

All 105 delegate seats are up for (re)election. Please vote for the Democratic candidate that represents your House district.

Supreme Courts:

Vote for  – Chief Justice (Robert Vance); Place 4 (Donna Wesson Smalley)

Ballot Measure:

Vote NO on all 4 measures.

LRCA State Abortion Policy Amendment Abortion States that the Alabama Constitution recognizes and supports the sanctity of unborn life and does not protect abortion
LRCA Board of Trustees Membership for University of Alabama Amendment Education and Administration of government University of Alabama Board of Trustees Membership
LRCA Legislative Vacancies Amendment State legislatures Legislative seat becoming vacant after October 1 of the year before a regular election to remain vacant
LRCA Ten Commandments Amendment Religion Display of Ten Commandments on state property

School Board elections:

These districts will have elections in 2018. Click on link for more information

Jefferson County Schools elections

Mobile County Public Schools elections

Municipal election: