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General Election is Nov. 3

The 2020 General Election is less than a week away, and there are no local races with opposition.

Next Tues., Nov. 3, voters will go to their respective polling station or sit back and wait after voting early for national and and state races that are on the ballot.

Polls open at 7 a.m. and close at 7 p.m.

The follwing by office is on the ballot in the General Election:

President and Vice President of the United States

• Joseph R. Biden and Kamala D. Harris, Democrat

• Donald J. Trump and Michael R. Pence (I), Republican

• Jo Jorgensen and Jeremy “Spike” Cohen, Independent

United States Senator

• Doug Jones (I), Democrat

• Tommy Tuberville, Republican

United States Representative, District 1

• James Averhart, Democrat

• Jerry Carl, Republican

For Associate Justice of the Supreme Court Place 1

• Greg Shaw, Republican

For Associate Justice of the Supreme Court Place 2

• Brad Mendheim, Republican

For Court of Civil Appeals Judge Place 1

• William C. Thompson, Republican

For Court of Civil Appeals Judge Place 2

• Matt Fridy, Republican

For Court of Criminal Appeals Place 1

• Mary Windom

For Court of Criminal Appeals Judge Place 2

• Beth Kellum

For President, Public Service Commission

• Laura Casey, Democrat

• Twinkle A. Canavaugh, Republican

For Member State Board of Education Place 1

• Tom Holmes, Democrat

• Jackie Zeigler, Republican

For District Court Judge, Escambia County

• Eric Coale, Republican

For Escambia County Tax Assessor

• Thad Moore Jr., Republican

For Escambia County Tax Collector

• Tim Pettis, Republican

For Escambia County Commission District 2

• Raymond Wiggins, Republican

For Escambia County Commission District 4

• Brandon Smith, Republican

For Escambia County Board of Education District 1

• Kevin Hoomes, Republican

For Escambia County Board of Education District 5

• Loumeek J. White, Democrat

Addditionally, there are six statewide amendments, and an Escambia County amendment on the ballot.

To check the status of your registration or check to see your polling place, visit myinfo.alabamavotes.gov.