Voters In Several Jefferson County Municipalities Choose Mayors, Council Members On Aug. 25

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Gigi Douban, WBHM

Residents of 28 cities and towns in Jefferson County will decide Tuesday, Aug. 25, on their leadership for the next four years.

Mayors and city council members will be on the ballots for most of the municipalities. Runoff elections will be held Oct. 6 for any races in which no candidate gets a majority of the ballots cast.

Polls will be open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. in each of the municipalities.

Birmingham and Bessemer do not hold elections this month.

For information about how to vote, check out BirminghamWatch’s

Following is a list of cities and towns with elections. Click on the name of a municipality for a list of candidates on the ballot; click on the name of a mayoral candidate for information about that person.

Adamsville

Brighton

Center Point

Clay

Fairfield

Fultondale

Gardendale

Graysville

Homewood

Hoover

Hueytown

Irondale

Kimberly

Leeds

Lipscomb

Maytown

Midfield

Morris

Mountain Brook

Pinson

Pleasant Grove

Tarrant

Trafford

Trussville

Vestavia Hills

Warrior

West Jefferson

 

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