Six statewide Alabama Constitutional Amendments were voted on in addition to all the other elections on Election Day.
Five out of the six proposed amendments were passed.
Amendment 1, which ensures that only U.S. citizens will be able to vote, passed with 77.08% of the vote.
Amendment 2, which addresses the appointment of judges, failed with 51.14% of people voting no.
Amendment 3, which addresses the length of time a judge can fill a vacancy, passed with 64.82% of the vote.
Amendment 4, which allows legislators to propose drafts to the constitution, passed with 66.68% of the vote.
Amendment 5, which allows deadly force for protection in a church setting in Franklin County, passed with 71.73% of the vote.
Amendment 6, which allows deadly force for protection in a church setting in Lauderdale County, passed with 71.72% of the vote.
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