MOBILE COUNTY, Ala. (WALA) - Voters will head to the polls on Tuesday to vote in the special Republican primary in the Alabama House
District 104 race. The seat was left vacant by Jim Barton of Mobile. He resigned in August to take a lobbying job after serving for 13 years.
Five Republicans are vying for their party’s nomination. The candidates are Ralph Carmichael, Susan Hightower, Nathan Davis, Charlie Plyler and Margie Wilcox.
The polls will open from 7:00 a.m. until 7:00 p.m. For poll locations and a look at the sample ballot, click here.
If necessary, a special runoff election will be held on December 3 with the general election to follow on January 28, 2014
If no special runoff election is necessary, the general election will be held Decemeber 10, 2014.
Stephen Carr is running unopposed on the Democratic ticket.
The Mobile County Sheriffs Office is wrapping up an undercover investigation aimed at cracking down on local scrap metal businesses.
Students at Davidson High School are dedicating their annual Christmas Concert Monday, December 9 to their late band director Tony Pike.
Look for a big drop in our temperatures for Tuesday.
The Democratic leader in the Alabama House is calling for the Legislature to use its election-year session to approve a state lottery.
Shaun Cassidy was slapped with a $1,155,00 bond Monday afternoon. He was arrested Friday night on multiple charges of sodomy and enticing a child.
Robertsdale police said a man was the victim of a hit and run Saturday, around 30 minutes before the start of the city's annual Christmas parade.