Alabama judicial elections
Judicial elections are only held in Alabama in even-numbered years.
If no candidate in a race wins more than 50% of the vote, a runoff determines who will advance to the general election.
|Supreme Court||Courts of Appeal||Circuit Court||District Court|
|Partisan elections - 6 year terms||Partisan elections - 6 year terms||Partisan elections - 6 year terms||Partisan elections - 6 year terms|
Statewide results are posted on the Secretary of State website.
- Alabama judicial elections, 2012
- Alabama judicial elections, 2010
- Alabama Supreme Court elections, 2002-2010
- Circuit Court judges serve terms that expire on January 17th.
- Judicial selection in Alabama
- Election results
- Campaign finance requirements for Alabama judicial elections
- News: Alabama is top spender in judicial elections
- News: Supreme Weekly: The cost of running for a Supreme Court