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What to Know as March 5 Vote Decides Everyone From Party Nominees to President

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BirminghamWatch’s 2024 Primary Voter Guide will brief you on what’s on your Republican or Democratic ballot in Jefferson County with profiles of candidates, sample ballots and takeouts on key races. (Provided)

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Voters go to the polls March 5 to select party nominees for offices from the White House, to Congress to the courthouse. BirminghamWatch’s 2024 Primary Voter Guide will brief you on what’s on your Republican or Democratic ballot in Jefferson County with profiles of candidates, sample ballots and takeouts on key races.

Also on the ballot is an amendment to streamline the way the Legislature votes on local legislation that affects only one county or area.

In some of the most closely watched races, voters will be deciding on party nominees for newly redrawn Congressional Districts, two of which take in parts of Jefferson County. If you are unsure which districts you vote, visit  AlabamaVotes.gov to look up your address.

In your Voter Guide, you will find:

Candidate Bios, Democrats

Candidate Bios, Republicans

Sample Ballots

On Congressional District 7, Democrats

Chris Davis Is Following His Parents’ Example in Running for the 7th Congressional District

Chris Davis bio

Terri Sewell Says She’s a Product of Congressional District 7 and Focused on Its People

Terri A. Sewell bio

Congressional District 7, Republican Race

On Congressional District 6, Republicans

Meet the Republican Congressional District 6 Candidates

Congressional District 6 Candidates Voice Views on Palmer’s Incumbency, Other Issues

Candidate Bios, Profiles and Issue Stories From the Race to Become the Next Alabama Chief Justice

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