Tuesday is Election Day in Alabama.  It's the 2018 Primary Election and polls will be open from 7am-7pm.  Click here to find your local polling place

The primary elections are held by the political parties to select each party’s nominee for the general election. In the primary, there are separate party ballots and voters must choose between the ballot with Democrats running against other Democrats or the one on which Republicans run against other Republicans.  Since the primary election is part of the nominating process for a political party, you are required to choose one political party’s primary over another because you cannot participate in the nomination of both parties’ candidates. However, in the general election, you may split your ticket and vote for candidates from each political party.

For a sample ballot for the Democratic Party in Tuscaloosa County, click here.
For a sample ballot for the Republican Party in Tuscaloosa County, click here.

Listen Tuesday night for exclusive election results coverage starting at 7pm.

If a primary runoff election is needed, it will be held July 17. The 2018 General Election is set for November 6.

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