(WBRC) - Alabama voters head to the polls Tuesday for the 2018 general election. Here’s a look at some of the races you’ll be voting on.
Two men are looking to fill Alabama’s second in command position, which was vacated in 2017 after then Lt. Gov. Kay Ivey took over gubernatorial duties. Read more about the candidates here.
The Republican incumbent takes on the son of a former state governor. Read more about the candidates here.
The race for Alabama’s top elections official and records keeper pits a Republican incumbent against a Democratic newcomer. Read more about the candidates here.
The race for Alabama’s Chief Justice involves two high profile candidates with long histories in Alabama. The Chief Justice serves as both the top judge in the state and the top administrative official over all state courts. Read more about the candidates here.
Former Miss America and Democratic candidate Mallory Hagan will face Republican incumbent Mike Rogers in the race for Alabama’s District 3 Congressional seat. Read more about the candidates.
Alabama voters will decide whether to allow public displays of the Ten Commandments on state property, including courts and public schools. Read More.
Another amendment voters will decide on is focused on the state’s abortion policy. Read More.
Longtime Jefferson County Sheriff Mike Hale hopes to keep his job, but faces a detective from his own department, Mark Pettway, who wants to replace him. Read more about the candidates here.
Mike Anderton and Danny Carr both want to be Jefferson County’s District Attorney and both men have already done the job. Read more about the candidates.
WBRC FOX6 News will have crews across the state on Tuesday. Stay with us for live Election Day coverage and results.