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Crossover voting law reminder: Those who voted in primary election may only vote in same party's primary runoff election

According to the crossover voting law, voters who participated in the March 3 primary election may only vote in the same party's primary runoff election.

MONTGOMERY, Ala. — As the July 14 primary runoff election draws near, Alabama Secretary of State John H. Merrill issued a reminder of the state's crossover voting law.

According to the crossover voting law, voters who participated in the March 3 primary election may only vote in the same party's primary runoff election.

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Additionally, voters who did not participate in the primary election or only voted on constitutional amendments will still be allowed to vote in the party of their choice.

Alabama voters have until July 9 to submit an absentee ballot application. Absentee ballots must be delivered to the absentee election manager by the close of business on July 13 if delivered by hand. If mailed, absentee ballots must be postmarked no later than July 13.

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