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.
|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|
|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
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:
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 –
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.
Vote for – Chief Justice (Robert Vance); Place 4 (Donna Wesson Smalley)
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, Alabama – County commissioner, county sheriff, and county coroner