By Alabama NewsCenter Staff
Alabamians head back to the polls on Tuesday, June 21, for the state’s primary runoff election to determine party nominees in a number of statewide and local races.
Statewide candidates to be determined in Tuesday’s runoff are the Republican nominees for U.S. Senate, secretary of state, state auditor and two seats on the Public Service Commission, and the Democratic nominee for governor. The Republican nominee for a North Alabama congressional seat will also be selected, as well as both Republican and Democratic nominees in a number of legislative, county and judicial seats around the state.
Under Alabama law, the two top vote-getters face each other in a runoff if no candidate received a majority of votes in their respective party’s primary. The nominees from both parties then square off in the Nov. 8 general election.
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