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State (T6864) Act No. 243 (1969), Garrett Act--Independent Candidate qualification deadline 8-1-69
Baldwin County (T6815) Act No. 60 (1966)--poll list signature requirement 11-13-69
Withdrawal 10-21-75 (V8804-8808)
Dale County (T6818) Act No. 126 (1967)--poll list signature requirement 11-13-69
Morgan County (T6813) Act No. 221 (1965)--poll list signature requirement 11-13-69
Montgomery County (T6816) Act No. 112 (1966)--poll list signature requirement 11-13-69
Mobile County (T6814) Act No. 812 (1965)--poll list signature requirement 11-13-69
Lee County (T6820) Act No. 552 (1965)--poll list signature requirement 11-13-69
Escambia County (T6819) Act No. 479 (1967)--poll list signature requirement 11-13-69
Russell County (T6817) Act No. 119 (1967)--poll list signature requirement 11-13-69
Mobile County (T6833) Act No. 1052 (1969)--poll list signature requirement 12-16-69
State (T6812) Act No. 604 (1970)--absentee registration literacy requirement 3-13-70
Birmingham (Jefferson Cty.) (T7933) Act No. 507 (1969)--numbered posts 7-9-71
Talladega (Talladega Cty.) (V3059) Act No. 91 (1971)--anti-single shot 7-23-71
Autauga County School District (V3928) Act No. 2268 (1971)--at-large elections; residency requirement 3-20-72
Autauga County (V4078-79) Act No. 1451 (1971) at-large elections; majority vote requirement; residency requirement 3-20-72
State (V3871-72) Act Nos. 2229 and 2230 (1972)--assistance to illiterates restricted 4-4-72
State (V4074) Act No. 2324 (1971)--two independent candidate petition signature requirements 8-14-72
State (V4105) Act No. 2445 (1971)--elected to appointed justices 12-26-72
Mobile (Mobile Cty.) (V5607) Act No. 1483 (1971)--candidate qualification procedures 8-3-73
Pike County (V6511) Act No. 156 (1969)--at-large elections, majority vote requirement; residency requirement; staggered terms 8-12-74
Sumter Cty. Democratic Executive Committee (V6901) Anti-single shot 10-29-74
Talladega (Talladega Cty.) (V7125) Ordinance No. 997--numbered posts 3-14-75
Fairfield (Jefferson Cty.) (V6603) Annexation 4-10-75
Withdrawn 10-8-76
Alabaster (Shelby Cty.) (V8168-69) Six annexations 7-7-75
Withdrawn 5-3-83 upon change in method of election
Bessemer (Jefferson Cty.) (X0910-16) (V7007) Seven Annexations 9-12-75
Withdrawn 7-7-86 upon change in method of election
Phenix City (Russell Cty.) (V9991) Act No. 698 (1975)--staggered terms 12-12-75
State (X0521) Act No. 1196, Sections 5, 43, 44-primary date 1-16-76
Pickens County (V6511) Reapportionment of Democratic Party Executive Committee 2-18-76
State (X1121) Act No. 1205 (1975)--combines Bibb and Hale Counties for judicial district 2-20-76
Mobile (Mobile Cty.) (V9335) Act No. 823 (1965), Sections 2 and 12--form of city government and specified duties for commissioners 3-2-76
Pickens County School District (X2669) Act No. 72 (1975)--redistricting 3-5-76
Chambers County (V9127, X1782B) Act No. 475 (1973)--at-large nomination of county commissioners; Act No. 2001 (1971) 3-8-76
Chambers County School District (X1840) Act No. 843 (1975)--at-large elections; numbered posts; majority vote requirement 3-10-76
Hale County (V6804) Act No. 1092 (1969)--at-large elections 4-23-76
Sheffield (Colbert Cty.) (V8341) At-large method of election 7-6-76
Hale County (X8956) Act Nos. 320 (1965), 2022 (1971) and 620 (1973)--at-large elections 12-29-76
Declaratory judgment denied in Hale County v. United States, 496 F. Supp. 1206 (D.D.C. 1980)
Alabaster (Shelby Cty.) (A3009, A2991) Two annexations 12-27-77
Withdrawn 5-3-83 upon change in method of election
Barbour County (A3381) Act Nos. 10 (1965) and 171 (1967)--method of election--at-large elections; residency requirements; reduction in number of commissioners from seven to five; numbered posts for dual-member residency district 7-28-78
Hayneville (Lowndes Cty.) (A6405) Incorporation 12-29-78
Clarke County (C0017) Act No. 2446 (1971)--at-large election of county commission 2-26-79
Pleasant Grove (Jefferson Cty.) (80-1197) Act No. 79-419 (1979)--annexation 2-1-80
Declaratory judgment denied in City of Pleasant Grove v. United States, 623 F. Supp. 782 (D.D.C. 1985), aff'd, 479 U.S. 462 (1987)
Selma (Dallas Cty.) (80-1168 Redistricting 4-28-80
Sumter County (7X-0062) Act No. 79-729 (1979)--voting machines; number of beats; polling places 10-17-80
Barbour County (81-1085) Redistricting 7-21-81
Conecuh County (80-1151) Act No. 2284 (1971)--method of election (two multi-member districts) 9-14-81
Perry County (81-1191) Act No. 81-226--purge and reidentification of voters 9-25-81
Sumter County (81-1211) Act No. 81-224--reidentification of voters 10-2-81
Perry County (81-1192) Act No. 81-635--voting machines 10-26-81
Withdrawn 4-19-82
Wilcox County (81-1224) Act No. 81-383--purge and reidentification of voters 10-26-81
Barbour County (81-1089) Redistricting 11-16-81
Montgomery (Montgomery Cty.) (81-1180) Redistricting 1-5-82
Withdrawn 2-23-82
Conecuh Cty. Democratic Executive Committee (82-1336) Method of election (two multi-member districts); size of committee 4-23-82
State (82-1363) Act No. 81-1049--House and Senate reapportionment 5-6-82
State (82-1365) Act Nos. 572 (H.B. No. 278) and 611 (H.B. No. 10) (1982)--candidate qualifying and nominating procedures for minor parties 7-19-82
Butler County (7X-0049) Act No. 136 (1969)--method of electing county commissioners 7-19-82
Conecuh County (82-1339) Redistricting 7-26-82
State (82-1366) Act No. 82-629 (H.B. No. 19)--House and Senate reapportionment 8-2-82
Mobile County (81-1171) (82-1447) Act No. 81-740 and No. 82-377--voter registration procedures 10-19-82
Tallapoosa County (83-1374) Method of electing county commissioners from single-member districts to at-large 5-10-83
Monroe County (7X-0058) Method of electing county commissioners from single-member districts to at-large election 2-17-84
Adamsville (Jefferson Cty.) (84-1517) 1981 and 1982 annexations (totaling 34) 3-26-84
Withdrawn 7-27-84 upon change in method of election
Selma (Dallas Cty.) (83-1242) Ordinance No. 83-05--redistricting (Councilmanic wards) 4-20-84
Greene County (84-1505) Act No. 507, H.B. No. 830 (1983)--changes the method of appointing the members of the county racing commission 6-18-84
Withdrawn 10-31-84--determined not to be a change affecting voting; subsequently enjoined under Section 5 from being implemented in Hardy v. Wallace, 603 F. Supp. 174 (N.D. Ala. 1985)
Eutaw (Greene Cty.) (84-1502) Districting plan 8-21-84
Baldwin County (84-1416) Act No. 84-734--purge and reidentification of voters 12-11-84
Houston County (80-1180, 84-1513) At-large elections with numbered posts and Act No. 84-571--at-large elections with four candidate residency districts; numbered positions 10-15-85
Greensboro (Hale Cty.) (85-1532) Deannexation 10-21-85
Marengo County (86-2012; 86-2013) Increase in number of members from five to six; method of election--from at-large to mixed; districting plan (county commission districts and board of education) 2-10-86
Dallas County (86-1882) Method of election--from at-large to single-member districts; districting plan (commissioners) 6-2-86
Bay Minette (Baldwin Cty.) (85-1442, 85-1443, 85-1445) Three annexations 10-6-86
Withdrawn 6-22-87, upon change in method of election
Alexander City (Tallapoosa Cty.) (86-2116) 1986 annexation 12-1-86
Withdrawn 12-7-87
Prichard (Mobile Cty.) (86-2037) Act No. 58 (1971) and the 1971 deannexation 2-3-87
Leeds (Jefferson, St. Clair, and Shelby Ctys.) (85-1578, 85-1579, 86-1960, 87-1615) Twenty-nine annexations 5-4-87
Withdrawn 5-23-88, upon change in method of election
Marion (Perry Cty.) (87-1706) Implementation of the January 7, 1965, resolution creating the separate city school district 5-5-87
Dallas County School District (87-1555) Districting plan 6-1-87
Roanoke (Randolph Cty.) (87-1722) Multimember district method of election; districting plan; two annexations; two referenda 3-15-88
Objection to annexations and referenda withdrawn upon change in method of election
Tallassee (Elmore and Tallapoosa Ctys.) (88-1891) Ordinance No. 86-213--revised annexation requirements 12-19-88
State (89-1469) and Dothan (Dale, Henry, & HoustonCtys.) (89-1285, 89-4040) Act No. 88-445, as amended by Act No. 88-331--insofar as it provides that a Class 5 municipality (such as Dothan) that adopts the mayor-commissioner-city manager form of government is required to utilize a four single-member district method of election and the districting plans (adopted by Dothan) which sought to implement that requirement 6-12-89
Foley (Baldwin Cty.) (86-1811) Three annexations 11-6-89
Withdrawn 7-1-96
State Democratic Party (89-1264) Amendment of the rules of the Alabama Democratic Party, which changes the method of selecting members of the State Democratic Executive Committee (SDEC); alters the method of selecting the Vice Chairman for Minority Affairs; and changes the method of selecting minority members of the Executive Board of the SDEC 12-1-89
Dallas County (90-1693) Additional procedures for the 1990 implementation of the voter reidentification and purge program under Act No. 84-389, including the schedule and voter update program 6-22-90
Valley (Chambers Cty.) (89-1242) Creation of the Valley School System 10-12-90
Withdrawn 7-27-92
Democratic Party (Perry Cty.) (90-1837) 1989 Bylaws concerning the fair representation principle and the rule for equal division by gender (Article II, Section 2, fourth through seventh sentences) to elect executive committee members 12-3-90
Valley (Chambers Cty.) (90-1663) Annexation 12-31-90
Withdrawn 12-9-91 upon change in method of election
Democratic Party (Lamar Cty.) (90-1769) Increase in number of members from 23 to 49; change in the method of election from single-member districts to a mix of single-member districts and multimember districts with designated posts; a March 8, 1990, organizational plan, which provides, inter alia, for a decrease in the number of popularly elected members from 49 to 40, a change in the method of election from electing members from mixed single- and multi-member districts to four 10-member districts with plurality vote, a rule for equal division by gender by district, a districting plan, a change from an elective to an elective-appointive system with the priciple of fair representation, and the procedures for the appointment of additional members 1-25-91
Democratic Party (Limestone Cty.) (90-1789) Increase in number of members from 25 to 32; the 1970 increase in number of members from 32 to 45, a change in method of election from single-member districts to 43 single-member districts and 1 two-member district, a redistricting plan, and adoption of numbered posts in the multi-member district; the 1982, 1983, and 1985 redistrictings; the 1985 increase in number of members from 45 to 48, the change in method of election to 9 single-member districts, 11 two-member districts, 3 three-member districts, and 2 four-member districts; and the September 7, 1989, Rules, as amended on March 1, 1990, which provide for a decrease in number of members from 48 to 40, a change in method of election to 4 ten-member districts by plurality vote, a redistricting, and a change from an elective to an elective-appointive system with the principle of fair representation and the procedures therefor to appoint additional members 1-28-91
State (91-0518) Act No. 90-539, which creates a fourth circuit judgeship in the 20th Judicial Circuit and the implementation schedule for that change 11-8-91
Withdrawn 3-18-96
State (91-4215) Act No. 91-640, which creates a 25th circuit judgeship in the Tenth Circuit for the Bessemer Division, and eighth circuit judgeship in the 15th Circuit, and the implementation schedule for those changes 12-23-91
State (92-1176) Act No. 92-63, which provides the redistricting plan for congressional districts 3-27-92
Dallas County (92-1001) Redistricting plan for the board of education 5-1-92
Dallas County (92-2503) Redistricting plan for the board of education 7-21-92
Selma (Dallas Cty.) (92-4187) Redistricting plan for the city council 11-12-92
Greensboro (Hale Cty.) (92-3376) Districting plan for the city council 12-4-92
Dallas County (92-4848) Redistricting plan for the board of education 12-24-92
Selma (Dallas Cty.) (93-0110) Redistricting plan for the city council 3-15-93
Foley (Baldwin Cty.) (93-1106) Ordinance No. 472-93-residential annexation 8-30-93
Withdrawn 7-1-96
State (93-3476) Act No. 93-882: Establishment of sixth position for the sixth Judicial Circuit 11-16-93
Withdrawn 3-18-96
Greensboro (Hale Cty.) (93-4223) Districting plan for the city council 1-3-94
State (89-1439) Amendment 425 to the Alabama Constitution, insofar as it provides that a referendum on a local constitutional amendment may not be held unless it is first approved by the Local Constitutional Amendment Commission 1-31-94
State (93-3195-96) (93-2322) The changes for the courts of criminal and civil appeals and the supreme court occasioned by Act Nos. 602 and 987 (1969), 75 (1971), and 346 (1993) in the context of the at-large method of electing these courts 4-14-94
Withdrawn 3-18-96
Tallapoosa County (97-1021) (pdf) Redistricting plan 2-6-98
Alabaster (Shelby Cty.) (2000-2230) (pdf) Annexations (Ordinance Nos. 94-338 and 96-410) 8-16-00
Mobile County (2006-6792) (pdf) Change in method of election for filling vacancies occurring on the Mobile County Commission from special election to gubernatorial appointment 1-8-07
Withdrawn 7-23-08
City of Calera (Shelby Cty.) (2008-1621) (pdf) One hundred and seventy seven annexations and a redistricting plan 8-25-08
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