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City of Birmingham readies for June 3 special election

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William Parker (abc3340.com) William Parker (abc3340.com)
The City of Birmingham will hold a special election for the City Council District Four seat June 3. The election will fill the seat of late Birmingham City Council President Maxine Parker.

Parker's son, William, was appointed to the seat until an election could be held. He will run as an incumbent and faces Norwood Community Acitivist Mary Jean Lamay, former Birmingham School Board President Edward Maddox and former Birmingham Councilwoman Gwen Sykes.

The information below comes from the City of Birmingham's Website:

Interactive map site listing "only" polling locations

Online query listing voter polling place assignments
 
Persons who are not currently registered to vote have until Friday, May 23, 2014 to register to vote for this special election June 3, 2014 and until Friday, July 3, 2014 to register to vote in the runoff election July 15, 2014.

For general election information, voters may call the City Clerk's Office at 254-2290 or they can access information online by clicking here. 
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