Know who is running on Nov. 8?
Escambia County voters will decide the outcome of two judge races and a county commission race when they go to the polls on Tues., Nov. 8.
For circuit judge, the election will be between Incumbent Circuit Judge Dave Jordan, a Republican, and Jim Hart, a Democrat.
For district judge, the election will be between Incumbent Jeff White, a Republican, and Eric Coale, a Democrat.
The District 2 county commission spot is between John Raymond Wiggins, a Democrat, and Rodney L. Butts, a Republican.
Twinkle Cavannaugh, a Republican, is running unopposed for president of the Public Service Commission; Jackie Zeigler, a Republican, is running unopposed for member of the State Board of Education District 1; and Steve Billy, a Democrat, is running unopposed for district attorney for the 21st judicial circuit.
Brandon Smith, a Republican, is running unopposed for county commission District 4; Cynthia Jackson, a Republican, is running unopposed for county board of education District 4; and David Nolin, a Republican, is running unopposed for county board of education District 6.
On the General Election, voters will decide between Democrats Hillary Clinton and Tim Kaine; Republicans Donald Trump and Michael Pence; Independents Gary Johnson and Willian Weld, and Jill Stein and Ajamu Baraka are on the presidential and vice presidential ballot.
For United States Senator, Incumbent Richard Shelby, a Republican, is up against Ron Crumpton, a Democrat.
Rep. Bradley Byrne, a Republican; Associate Justices of the Supreme Court Michael Bolin, Kelli Wise and Tom Parker, all Republicans; are running unopposed.
In addition to the local and general elections, voters will decide on 14 separate statewide amendments.
For more information on each amendment, visit the Alabama Fair Ballot Commission’s website at https://www.alabamavotes.gov/statewideballotmeasures.aspx?sm=voters.