Election information for Nov. 6

Published 3:44 pm Wednesday, October 31, 2012

With the election less than a week away, there is some information that voters should be aware of.

Polling places in Alabama are open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Tuesday, Nov. 6.

While the registration deadline to vote in this election has passed, the deadline to apply for an absentee ballot is Thursday, Nov. 1.

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In U.S. Congressional District 7, incumbent Terri Sewell is running against Republican Don Chamberlain.

For Chief Justice of the state Supreme Court, Republican Roy Moore is running against Democrat Bob Vance.

There are four races for Associate Justice of the Supreme Court, and all are running unopposed: Tommy Bryan for place one, Lyn Stuart for place two, Glenn Murdock for place three and Jim Main for place four.

There are three races for Civil Appeals Judge, and they are all running unopposed as well: Craig Pittman for place one, Terri Willingham Thomas for place two and Terry Moore for place three.

There are three races for Criminal Appeals Judge, and they are running unopposed. Sam Welch for place one, Liles Burke for place two and J. Michael Joiner for place three.

For President of the Public Service Commission, incumbent Lucy Baxley is running against Republican Twinkle Andress Cavanaugh.

For member of the state Board of Education, District 5, Ella B. Bell is running unopposed.

For Circuit Court Judge in the 17th Judicial Circuit, Eddie Hardaway Jr. is running unopposed.

For District Court Judge of Marengo County, Wade Drinkard is running unopposed.

For Circuit Clerk of Marengo County, Kenny Freeman is running unopposed.

For Marengo County Probate Judge, Laurie S. Hall is running unopposed.

In Marengo County District 2, Republican Dan England is running against Democrat Chris Petrey for member of the Marengo County Commission.

In Marengo County Commission District 4, Calvin Martin is running unopposed.

For member of the Marengo County Board of Education, Freddie Charleston is running unopposed in district 1 and Mike McAlpine is running unopposed in district 2.