When voters go to the polls on August 15th for the Republican & Democratic primaries in the special Senate election, your ballot will have only one race, one issue on it.
Voters must choose when they go to the polls which primary – Republican or Democrat – in which they want to cast their ballot. Voters cannot vote in both primaries.
The Democratic ballot is composed of eight candidates. Brian McGee dropped out of the race earlier this week and endorsed fellow Democratic candidate Doug Jones, but McGee is still listed on the ballot.
There are ten candidates on the Republican ballot, including Dom Gentile, who dropped out this week and endorsed fellow Republican candidate Mo Brooks.