Scheduled Elections

January 18 Zoning Election / Shelby County
January 25* Special General Election / State Senate District 24
January 24 Special General Election / State House District 65
  Special Runoff Election / State House District 82
February 15 Property Tax Election / Limestone County
  County Commission Special Primary & Property Tax Election / Etowah County
March 8 Special General Election / State House District 82
  County Commission Special Runoff Election / Etowah County
  Referendum on Distribution of 911 Funds / City of Valley
March 15 Special Primary Election / State House District 46
April 5 Referenda on Abolishing Shelco Fire District / Shelby County
April 12 School Tax / Phoenix City
  School Tax / Colbert County
April 26 Special Primary Runoff Election / State House District 46**
  County Commission Special General Election / Etowah County
May 3 Special Primary Election / State House District 72***
  Alcoholic Beverage Referendum / City of Florence
May 10 District School Tax / Talladega County
  Alcoholic Beverage Referendum / City of Jackson
May 24 School Tax / Albertville
  School Tax / Millbrook
June 7 Alcoholic Beverage Referendum / City of Monroeville
July 12 Municipal Annexation Election / Gurley
  Sales Tax Referenda (unincorporated portions of county) / Chambers County
July 19 Municipal Election (mayor/city commissioners) / Dothan
  Alcoholic Beverage Referendum / Colbert County
August 23 Municipal Election (mayor/council members) / Mobile
  Municipal Election (mayor/council members, board of education) / Tuscaloosa
September 13 Municipal Runoff Election / Mobile
  Municipal Runoff Election / Tuscaloosa
  Annexation / Pike Road
October 11 Municipal Election (council members, school board) / Birmingham
November 1 Municipal Runoff Election (council members, school board) / Birmingham
November 8 Tax Referendum / Madison
November 22 Special Primary Election (county commission) / Mobile County
This election has been temporarily suspended by order of the Alabama Supreme Court pending further review by that court and, until the Supreme Court resolves issues related to this election, is not included in the count of elections that apply towards the corporate contributions limits. UPDATE: This election has been cancelled by order of the Alabama Supreme Court, which has issued a decision that the Governor shall fill by appointment the vacancy in this seat.
   

Number of elections for corporate contribution limits to PACs as of 11/9/2005: 32
FCPA disclosure reports must be filed by political committees and candidate committees participating in an election.
*For the purpose of the corporate contribution limit to PACs, each of these special elections on January 25th counts separately toward the total number of elections to be held in 2005. See Attorney General Opinion 1999-255
**Upon the conclusion of the House 46 special primary runoff election, the Secretary of State, pursuant to Amendment 97 of the Alabama Constitution of 1901, made a finding that a legally qualified candidate for election to the vacancy was unopposed. Therefore, under that amendment, the special general election was not to be held and the unopposed candidate was to be issued a certificate of election.
***Upon the conclusion of the House 72 special primary election, the Secretary of State, pursuant to Amendment 97 of the Alabama Constitution of 1901, made a finding that a legally qualified candidate for election to the vacancy was unopposed. Therefore, under that amendment, the special general election was not to be held and the unopposed candidate was to be issued a certificate of election.
*For the purpose of the corporate contribution limit to PACs, the municipal elections on August 22nd count jointly as one election toward the total number of elections to be held in 2006. Similarly, the municipal runoff elections on September 12th count jointly as one election. See Attorney General Opinion 1999-255