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Polls open until 7 p.m. for municipal runoff elections

Municipal runoff elections are underway throughout the state of Alabama.

Six weeks following the primary elections on August 23rd voters return to the polls to elect some local officials.

John Merrill is the Alabama Secretary of State. He says some of the larger municipalities are in an off year.

“There are many large municipalities in Alabama that don’t have their elections this year for example Huntsville had a mayoral race with city council members that was up this year but it’s the largest single municipality that is having it at this time Birmingham will have theirs next year…”

Mobile and Tuscaloosa will also hold their elections next year. Polls will be open until 7pm.

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