The Alabama Democratic and Republican primaries are coming up on March 1, offering residents the first chance to vote among candidates for president, U.S. Senate seats, the state Public Service Commission president, state Supreme Court positions and the state Board of Education. An amendment will also be up for vote.
In partnership with BirminghamWatch, Weld for Birmingham, WBHM and B-Metro, we are offering an interactive and non-partisan Voting Guide to make sure you know everything you need before you go to the polls.
The Voting Guide includes candidate profiles, sample ballots and information about confirming your voter registration and finding your polling location.
View the entire Voter Guide here.