2010 general election

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The 2010 statewide general election is scheduled for on November 3, 2010, matching the winners of the Democratic and Republican primaries held the previous June.

Almost 1.5 million voters appeared at the polls across the state. Of those, 710,562 (48%) voted "straight ticket" (357,525 for Democrats and 353,037 for Republicans)

Results

Federal offices

Statewide offices

  • Public Service Commission, Place 2

Countywide offices

  • Jefferson County Sheriff
  • Jefferson County District Attorney, Bessemer Division
  • Jefferson County District Attorney, Birmingham Division
  • Jefferson County Board of Education, Place 1
  • Shelby County Sheriff
  • Shelby County School Board, Place 1
  • Shelby County School Board, Place 2
  • Shelby County Superintendent of Education

Judgeships

  • Supreme Court of Alabama, Place 2
  • Supreme Court of Alabama, Place 3
  • Court of Criminal Appeals
    • Jim Main (R, incumbent): 964,685 (100%)
  • Jefferson County Circuit Court, Place 2
  • Jefferson County Circuit Court, Place 14
  • Jefferson County Circuit Court, Place 17
  • Jefferson County Circuit Court, Place 19
  • Jefferson County Circuit Court, Place 21
  • Jefferson County Circuit Court, Place 22
  • Jefferson County Circuit Court, Place 25
  • Jefferson County Circuit Court, Place 26
  • Jefferson County District Court, Place 4
  • Jefferson County District Court, Place 5
  • Jefferson County District Court, Place 7
  • Jefferson County District Court, Place 11
  • Shelby County Circuit Court, Place 1
  • Shelby County Circuit Court, Place 3
  • Shelby County Circuit Court, Place 4

Other offices

Referenda on constitutional amendments

  • Statewide Amendment 1: Proposing an amendment to the Constitution of Alabama of 1901 affecting some minor county tax and fee collection issue.
    • No:
    • Yes:
  • Statewide Amendment 2: Proposing an amendment to the Constitution of Alabama of 1901 allowing county educational taxes to pass by a simple majority rather than a three-fifth's majority.
    • No:
    • Yes:
  • Statewide Amendment 3: Proposing an amendment to the Constitution of Alabama of 1901 requiring funds from the Alabama Trust Fund to be distributed to road construction projects around the state.
    • No:
    • Yes:
  • Statewide Amendment 4: Proposing an amendment to the Constitution of Alabama of 1901 preventing municipalities located outside Blount County from imposing fees on residents of Blount County in their police jurisdictions.
    • No:
    • Yes:
  • Jefferson County Amendment: Proposing an amendment to the Constitution of Alabama of 1901 to allow residents admitted into full-time nursing care to continue to claim a homestead exemption for their previous residence.
    • Yes: 141,875 (78.1%)
    • No: 39,812 (21.9%)

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