Alabama Secretary of State Nancy Worley says she wouldn't be surprised if the voter turnout for today's primary runoff sets a record low by falling below one-percent.
In the Republican race for the 33rd Judicial Circuit District Attorney for Dale and Geneva Counties, Kirk Adams and David Rousseau will face off. The winner will go up against Democrat David Holmes in the November General Election.
Shannon Clark and Paul Sherling face off for a spot on the republican ticket for District Court Judge in Coffee County. The winner will face democrat incumbent John Dowling.
In Barbour County, Robert L. Bowden and Charlie Hart are vying for the District Judge Seat.
And in Pike County, residents will have two primary races to decide in today's runoff. Republicans Jimmy Barron and Johnny Garrett face off for the Pike County Commission District 3 Seat and democrats Karen Berry and Danny Rhodes are vying for the District 6 County Commission Seat.
Polls will open Tuesday morning at 7 a.m. and close at 7 p.m.