Alabama Constitution, 10 amendments on Nov. 8 ballot
Alabama voters on Nov. 8 will decide whether to strip racist language from the state constitution. They will also vote on 10 constitutional amendments. The ratification vote follows a yearslong
Constitutional amendments on ballot this November
In addition to local, district and state elections, there are also several constitutional amendments on the ballot this November. These are “yes” or “no” votes. Read below to discover what each vote means.
COLUMN: Encouraging your support of pro-life Constitutional Amendment 2 on the Nov. 8 ballot
Tuesday, Nov. 8, is Election Day. All registered voters can vote early and in person on November 3-5 (Thursday-Saturday). There is an important constitutional amendment on the ballot on Nov. 8. This amendment is emotionally charged because it is about an issue that cuts deep into people’s hearts and minds: abortion. Amendment 2 is one of two amendments for your consideration on this year’s election ballot.