Scheduled Elections

January 3 Special General Election (county commission) / Mobile County
This election has been temporarily suspended by order of the Alabama Supreme Court pending further review by that court and, until the Supreme Court resolves issues related to this election, is not included in the count of elections that apply towards the corporate contributions limits. UPDATE: This election has been cancelled by order of the Alabama Supreme Court, which has issued a decision that the Governor shall fill by appointment the vacancy in this seat.
January 17 Special Election (county school board; tax renewal) / St. Clair County (Leeds)
January 24 Special Election (county school board; tax renewal) / Jefferson County
  Special Election (county school board; tax renewal) / Jefferson County (Leeds)
  Special Election (county school board; tax renewal) / Jefferson County (Trussville)
  Special Primary Election / State House District 31
February 14 Special Primary Election / State House District 1
February 21 Planning and Zoning District 7 / Baldwin County
Held pursuant to Act 1991-718
February 28 Special General Election / State House District 31
March 21 Special General Election / State House District 1
April 11 Special Municipal Bond Election / City of Auburn
May 9 School Tax Renewal Election/ Winston County
May 16 Incorporation Election / Magnolia Springs
June 6 Primary Election
June 27 Planning and Zoning Election (Camp Branch Beat) / Shelby County
July 18 Primary Runoff Election
August 22 Municipal Elections / Auburn, Bessemer, Gadsden, Huntsville, Jacksonville, Mountain Brook, Scottsboro*
September 12 Trustee Election, Dunnavant Fire District (Places 3, 4, 5) / Shelby County
Municipal Runoff Election / Auburn, Bessemer, Gadsden, Scottsboro*
October 9 Planning and Zoning Election (District 10) / Baldwin County
November 7 General Election
November 28 Municipal Election / Magnolia Springs (newly incorporated)
November 20 Special General Election / Mobile County , County Commission, District 1
If no runoff is necessary, the special general election will be held October 9th.)
   

Number of elections for corporate contribution limits (revised 8/31/2006): 21
*For the purpose of the corporate contribution limit to PACs, the municipal elections on August 22nd count jointly as one election toward the total number of elections to be held in 2006. Similarly, the municipal runoff elections on September 12th count jointly as one election. See Attorney General Opinion 1999-255