CALENDAR OF EVENTS FOR THE MONTH OF OCTOBER 2021
Important 2021 Election
WHAT IS BEING DONE TO MAKE POLLING PLACES SAFE FROM THE CORONAVIRUS?
Masks will be encouraged by the city of Mobile but not required. Social distancing will be required.
THE MOBILE MUNICIPAL RUNOFF ELECTION
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 05, 2021
The Mobile City Municipal Run-off Election is Tuesday, October 05, 2021, there are 6 individuals running for three local seats. The candidates for Mobile City Council, are District 1 Cory Penn, and Herman Thomas. District 2 The late incumbent Levon Manzie, and William Carroll. District 6 Scott Jones, and Josh Woods. The late Incumbent Levon Manzie, who passed away on Sunday, September 19th. will remain on the ballot. The run-off election for Mobile City Council District 1, 2, and 6 must still be held as planned as required by controlling Alabama law, a ruling of the Supreme Court of Alabama and an opinion issued by the Attorney General of Alabama. Consequently, Incumbent Levon Manzie's name will remain on the District 2 ballot. Under the Alabama law, because Manzie did not "withdraw" from the election, because state law has no provision to replace a candidate, and because ballots have already been printed and absentee ballots have been sent out, that Manzie's name will stay on the ballot. If Manzie wins the election a special election could be called. Mayor Sandy Stimpson in the meantime can appoint someone to complete Manzie's term that runs throughout to the end of October. His appointment would need the approval of five of the six remaining council members.
The following are candidates running for the three council seats on Tuesday, October 5, 2021. The votes and percents listed below are from the Mobile Municipal Election held on Tuesday, August 24, 2021.
Cory Penn 1,652 - 35.07%, and Herman Thomas 1,320 - 28.02%
The incumbent Levon Manzie 2,279 - 47.45%, and William Carroll 1,085 - 22.59%
Scott Jones 2,500 - 43.41%, and Josh Woods 2,162 - 37.54%
THE MOBILE MUNICIPAL ELECTION TUESDAY, AUGUST 24, 2021
The Mobile Municipal Election is Tuesday, October 05, 2021, there are 31 individuals running for eight local seats, including five candidates for mayor. The incumbent William (Sandy) Stimpson, Judge Karlos Finley, City Councilman Fred Richardson, Michael Young, and also running is Donavett Ely,
The following are candidates running for the seven council seats:
Perry Berens, Timothy “Tim” Hollis, Cory Penn, Herman Thomas, Chamyne Fortune Thompson, John Westbrook Jr., and Tony-Toni Wright
Levon Manzie (incumbent), William Carroll, Reggie Hill, Jason Caffey, Kimberly McKeand and Mark Minnaert
The incumbent C.J. Small and Xaviaire A.G. Carnrike
Fred Rettig and Ben Reynolds
The incumbent Joel Daves, Tex Copeland, and Wilecia Wright
Tony Dughaish, Scott Jones, Deryl Pendelton and Josh Woods
The incumbent Gina Gregory and Allan J. Barnes (Endorse by the Alabama Democratic Conference)
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3170 Dauphin Street East, Mobile, Alabama 36606
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DISTRICT SEVEN VOTING
6159 Moffett Road
7 - 2 Mobile Museum of Art
4850 Museum Drive
Mobile, AL 36608
7 - 3 Friendship Baptist Church
545 Cody Road
Mobile, AL 36608
7 - 4 St. John United Methodist6215 Overlook Road
Mobile, AL 36618
In D7 these four polling centers are the only ones opens Tuesday, August 24, 2021. Polls open at 7:00 a.m. and will close at 7:00 p.m.
ASSISTANCE FOR VOTERS WITH DISABILITIES
In an effort to provide accessible voting options for all of District 7 voters, Allan J. Barnes has created this page to assist voters who are disabled.
Handicap-accessible voting machines are offered at every polling site in the State of Alabama and will be available for use on Election Day from 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.
Voters who are disabled or over the age of 70 may move to the front of the line at a polling place upon notifying a poll worker.
A voter may request assistance at the polling place from anyone except the voter’s employer, an agent of the employer, or an officer or agent of the voter’s union. A poll worker may also assist the voter upon request.
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To schedule an appointment simply call 866.380.0492 and my staff will assist you. Please Note: All appointments must be finalized no later than by Monday, August 23, 2021. The driver will arrive to your home in a Covid-Clean vehicle to assist you as need with Your walker or wheelchair etc.
The driver will transporting you to your assigned polling center location in District 7, and return you home in a timely fashion. Free. I look forward to seeing you at the polls on Tuesday, August 24, 2021. YOUR VOTE IS YOUR VOICE