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Incumbents Sheriff John Samaniego, Coroner Lina Evans and Shelby County Board of Education member Jimmy Bice won their party's nomination in the June 5 primaries. more

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Evangelist Scott Dawson of Hoover came in third in the Republican primary and said he gave the campaign all he had and will support Ivey in the general election. more

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Most Alabama voters have a lot of decisions to make before going to the polls June 5. more

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Check-in at the June 5 election primaries is going to look a little different this year. more

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Beaulieu will run in the Republican Primary on June 5. more

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Courtney Kalnoske officially announced her candidacy for the Shelby County School Board, Place 1, in February. more

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The Republican Primary will be held on June 5. more

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The Voter Guide includes candidate bios, campaign contributor lists, voter information for Jefferson and Shelby counties and information about polling places, voter ID and campaign finances. more

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Sarah Finnegan

The Sports Blast polling location on U.S. 280 had a line that wove through the parking lot. more

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BirminghamWatch, a nonprofit news organization, has partnered with several news organizations to compile and distribute a nonpartisan voter guide that includes candidate bios, information about amendments and sample ballots. more

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Final vote numbers were 1,064 votes for Tony Picklesimer and 799 votes for Dale Neuendorf. more

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Curt Posey wins election

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Posey captured 77 percent of the 3,303 votes cast in the race, compared to 23 percent for Lott. more

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In 2012, the race for two council seats entered a runoff election. One of those races was decided by less than 20 votes, said Chelsea City Clerk Becky Landers. more

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Erica Techo

The runoff election will be on Oct. 4. Polls are open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. more

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Starting Nov. 8, government in the city of Chelsea will have plenty of new faces. While the city’s new mayor will not be decided until the runoff election Oct. 4, Chelsea City Council officially has four new members. more

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Casey Middlebrooks

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After five hours of running 13,801 ballots through machines, there was not a single change in the vote tally. more

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DeLuca and Middlebrooks

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Official returns showed DeLuca losing to Casey Middlebrooks by just five votes. more

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Erica Techo

City Clerk Becky Landers informed the council and attendees that of 22 provisional ballots, only four would be counted on Aug. 30 more

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One race ended being decided by just five votes. more

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Erica Techo

Around 2,300 voters turned out in the Aug. 23 Chelsea municipal election. more

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