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2009 Scheduled Elections

January 13 Annexation Election / Center Point
January 27 Bond Issue / Auburn
March 3 Special Primary Election / State Senate District 7
March 10 Special Mayoral Election / Montgomery
April 14 Special Primary Election / State Senate District 22
April 21 Special Primary Runoff Election / State Senate District 7
  Incorporation / Perdido Beach
May 12 Special Primary Election / Senate District 19
May 19 Ad Valorem Tax Renewal / Opp
May 26 Special Primary Election / House District 6
June 2 Special General Election / Senate District 22
June 9 Special General Election / State Senate District 7
June 30 Special Primary Runoff Election / Senate District 19
July 14 Municipal Election (mayor and 2 commission seats) / Dothan
  Special General Election / House District 6
August 18 Special General Election / Senate District 19 (Cancelled**)
  Annexation / Chelsea
August 25 Municipal Elections / Mobile and Tuscaloosa
  Municipal Election (all council seats) / Birmingham
September 15 Special Primary Election / House District 65
  Property Tax Referendum / Cleburne County
September 29 Special Primary Election / House District 56
  Tax Referenda / Henry County
October 6 Municipal Election / Perdido Beach
  Municipal Runoff Election / Birmingham
  Municipal Runoff Election / Tuscaloosa
October 20 Special School Tax / Jackson County
October 27 School Board and Bond Issue / Selma
November 3 Special General Election / House District 65
  Wet/Dry Referendum / Grove Hill
  Turnerville Fire District Expansion / Mobile County
November 10 Special Primary Runoff Election / House District 56
  Municipal Election / Calera
December 1 Wet/Dry / Camp Hill
December 8 Municipal Runoff Election / Cedar Bluff
  School Board Runoff Election / Selma
  Special Mayoral Election / Birmingham
December 15 Annexation / Center Point

Number of elections for corporate contribution limits (revised 12/22/2009): 39

* For the purpose of the corporate contribution limit to PACs, the municipal elections on August 25 count jointly as one election toward the total number of elections to be held in 2009. See Attorney General Opinion 1999-255

** Upon the conclusion of the Senate 19 special primary runoff election, the Secretary of State, pursuant to Amendment 97 of the Alabama Constitution of 1901, made a finding that a legally qualified candidate for election to the vacancy was unopposed. Therefore, under that amendment, the special general election was not to be held and the unopposed candidate was to be issued a certificate of election.

 

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P.O. Box 5616
Montgomery, AL 36103-5616
Phone:  (334) 242-7200
Fax:  (334) 242-4993
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