Alabama Appellate Courts
Voter Guide 2010

Nonpartisan information about the Alabama Courts of Appeal
and the candidates running in those elections in 2010

Dates to Remember
  • Fri., Oct. 22 - Deadline to register for the General Election
  • Thurs., Oct. 28 - Last day to make application for an absentee ballot.
  • Mon., Nov. 1 - Last day to hand-deliver or postmark an absentee ballot.
  • Tues., Nov. 2 - Vote in the General Election. Polls open 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.
Alabama Appellate Court Races & Candidates

About the Alabama Appellate Courts

About This Voter Guide

About the LWVAL Education Fund

2010 Elections in Alabama

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About This Voter Guide

This Alabama Appellate Courts Voter Guide provides nonpartisan information about the Alabama appellate courts - the Supreme Court, the Court of Civil Appeals, and the Court of Criminal Appeals - and information about the candidates running for election to those courts in 2010 as supplied by the candidates. It is published by the League of Women Voters of Alabama Education Fund, a nonpartisan, nonprofit organization that seeks to encourage active and informed citizen participation in elections.

The voter guide includes candidate information for all Alabama appellate court races that will be on Alabama General Election ballots on November 2, 2010. These include races for Supreme Court Seat 1, Supreme Court Seat 2, Supreme Court Seat 3, Court of Civil Appeals (one seat), and Court of Criminal Appeals (one seat).

Links from this voter guide to candidate web sites are included for the convenience of the visitor. Such inclusion does not in any way signify the endorsement of the candidate or agreement with any content within those linked sites by the LWVAL Education Fund. In addition LWVAL Education Fund does not verify and cannot certify any information submitted by the candidates or quoted from other sources. Please read our
complete disclaimer. Links in the menu bar that appear at the top of each page are part of the LWVAL web site but are not necessarily part of this voter guide.

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About the LWVAL Education Fund

The League of Women Voters (LWVAL) Education Fund, a nonprofit, nonpartisan organization, encourages the informed and active participation of citizens in government and works to increase the understanding of major public policy issues.. The LWVAL Education Fund supports LWVAL citizen education and voter services in Alabama.

The LWVAL Education Fund is designated as a 501c-3 organization and is supported by tax-deductible contributions. Contributions to the LWVAL Education Fund can be made online by clicking the "Donate" button below or by mailing a check payable to "LWVAL Ed Fund" to:
           LWVAL Education Fund
           c/o Virginia Bennett, Treasurer
           1028 East University
           Auburn, AL 36830
If sending a contribution by mail, please include an email address or mailing address so that the League can acknowledge your contribution.

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