Two Birmingham City Council members, together with the council president, have been in runoffs Tuesday for their seats after they couldn’t get a majority vote in August’s city election. Two seats on the Birmingham Board of Education additionally have been in runoffs.
The polls closed at 7 p.m. across the city.
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Four races are on the poll across the city:
- Birmingham City Council President William Parker confronted a runoff with challenger J.T. Moore in District 4. Parker received almost 42 p.c of the vote in a five-person race in the course of the Aug. 24 city election. Moore positioned second within the race with simply over 23 p.c of the vote. Parker has served on the council because the council appointed him to fill his late mom’s (Maxine Herring Parker) in November 2013.
- Birmingham City Council member John Hilliard confronted challenger LaTonya Tate in District 9. Hilliard received simply over 49 p.c of the vote and Tate simply over 29 p.c within the four-person race in August.
- Sherman Collins Jr. and incumbent Douglas Ragland are on the poll for City School Board District 1. Collins received simply over 43 p.c of the vote and Ragland just below 43 p.c of the vote in a three-person race within the August election.
- Le’Darius Hilliard and Jason Meadows are on the poll for City School Board District 9. Hilliard received simply over 43 p.c of the vote within the Aug. 24 election and Meadows just below 42 p.c of the vote in a three-person race.