What’s on the ballot for Super Tuesday in Alabama?

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Dothan, Ala (WDHN)- Super Tuesday is tomorrow and the citizens of Houston county will be voting. Each voter will have the choice between the Republican or Democratic ballot.

Cross voting is not allowed during primaries. This election will determine who will be running in the general election on November 3rd. There are also delegates listed on each ballot, they will be representing voters at each party’s national convention. Each delegate will represent a set amount of votes.

In addition to the candidates, there is a proposed statewide amendment number one. This amendment will make the State Board of Education members appointed instead of elected. It will also change the name of the State Board of Education to the Alabama Commission on Elementary and Secondary Education and change the name of the State Superintendent of Education to the Secretary of Elementary and Secondary Education.

If you are choosing to vote on the Republican ballot, this is a sample of what your ballot will look like.

Republican Sample Ballot

Here are the candidates for US President:

Here are the US Senator Candidates

The Candidates for U.S. Representatives, 2nd Congressional District

The Candidates for Associate Justice of the Supreme Court 

The Candidates for Alabama Public Service Commission President 

The Candidates for Alabama Court of Civil Appeals

The Candidates for Alabama Court of Criminal Appeals

The Candidates for Alabama Court of Criminal Appeals

The Candidates for Superintendent, Houston County Board of Education  

If you are voting on the Democratic ballot, here is a sample of your ballot:

Democratic Sample Ballot

Due to the number of candidates who have recently dropped out the list below may not be the same as the list on the sample ballot.

The Candidates for President of the United States 

The Candidates for U.S. Representatives, 2nd Congressional District

The Candidates for Alabama Public Service Commission President 

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