2010 Scheduled Elections

January 5 Special General Election / House District 56 (Cancelled)**
  Special Primary Election / House District 40
January 12 Wet/Dry Referendum / Jemison
January 19 Special Mayoral Runoff / Birmingham
January 26 School Tax Election / Lauderdale County
  School Tax Election / Mountainbrook
February 2 School Tax Election / Russell County
February 16 Special General Election / House District 40
March 9 Ad Valorem Tax / Trussville
  Wet/Dry / Hanceville
March 23 Tax Referendum and Constitutional Amendment Election / Baldwin County
  Wet/Dry Referendum / Hamilton
March 30 Proposed Vandiver Fire and EMS District / Shelby County
April 13 Planning and Zoning Election - District 14 / Baldwin County
  Sunday Alcohol Sales; Form of City Government / Decatur
April 27 Tax Referendum / Hoover
  Tax Referendum / Ozark
May 11 Wet/Dry Referendum / Brent
  Wet/Dry Referendum / Centreville
  Wet/Dry Referendum / Winfield
May 25 Wet/Dry / Geneva (city)
June 1 Primary Election
  Wet/Dry Referendum / Falkville
  Special Election - Commission District 1 / Jefferson County
  Wet/Dry / Good Hope
  Wet/Dry Referendum / Haleyville
June 22 Special Mayoral Election / Cleveland
  Special Runoff Election - Commission District 1 / Jefferson County
July 13 Primary Runoff Election
  Wet/Dry Referendum / Collinsville
  Special Election - Commission District 2 / Mobile County
August 3 Special Runoff Election - Commission District 2 / Mobile County
August 10 Cable television referendum / Opelika
August 24 Municipal Elections / Auburn, Bessemer, Gadsden, Huntsville, Mountain Brook, and Scottsboro *
  Special Election - Council Member, Ward 5 / Opelika
September 14 Special Election - City Council District 6 / Montgomery
October 5 Municipal Runoff Election / Huntsville
  Municipal Runoff Election / Jacksonville
October 26 Special Runoff Election - City Council District 6 / Montgomery
November 2 General Election

Number of elections for corporate contribution limits (revised 09/15/2010): 33

* For the purpose of the corporate contribution limit to PACs, the municipal elections on August 24 count jointly as one election toward the total number of elections to be held in 2010. See Attorney General Opinion 1999-255

** Upon the conclusion of the House 56 special primary runoff election, the Secretary of State, pursuant to Amendment 97 of the Alabama Constitution of 1901, made a finding that a legally qualified candidate for election to the vacancy was unopposed. Therefore, under that amendment, the special general election was not to be held and the unopposed candidate was to be issued a certificate of election.