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Alabama’s future is too important to sit out Tuesday’s election

The State of Alabama has an important election on Tuesday, September 26th for the United States Senate.

Your vote will matter. In August’s primary election, only 17% of Alabamians voted. Low voter turnout means that your single vote will makes a big difference, and this election is going to be a close one.

Alabama’s future is too important to sit out this election. With jobs, economic growth, and a more prosperous future for Alabama families and communities, your active participation in this election is critical.

Polls are open starting at 7 a.m. and close at 7 p.m. Know when and where you will vote.

Commit to be an Alabama voter on Tuesday, September 26th and participate in the U.S. Senate special primary runoff election. Your vote can make the difference on Election Day.

Alabama’s economic future is counting on you.

 

The U.S. Chamber of Commerce reminds you to let your voice be heard. Vote for Jobs.

About Nancy Hewston

Nancy Hewston
Senior Vice President of Communications, Strategic Information and Federal Affairs (2010-2019)

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