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Democratic and Republican Parties in Marshall and Jackson Counties, Alabama, Fail to Certify Nominees for County Office by Deadline

Alabama requires political parties to certify the names of their nominees by July 30. In Marshall County and Jackson County, the county organizations of both parties failed to meet this deadline. See this story. The Secretary of State seems to be saying that county election officials should decide what to do about this. Thanks to Joshua Cassity for the link.

3 Responses

  1. I bet there would be a penalty if the parties involved weren’t the Republicrats!

  2. jcass

    What is not mentioned is that the Constitution Party has qualified in Marshall County, met all deadlines, and has two candidates running.

  3. Alabama Independent

    Josh: I wish you had the money to go to court to make the Probate Judge adhere to the law. You know if the Constititon Party or any other 3rd party or Independent had missed the deadline with petitions, they would make no exception.

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