Members of a Dothan church go to the polls Thursday; but they'll be casting ballots at the Houston County courthouse and a judge will count the votes.
Some members of Greater Beulah Baptist Church have filed a lawsuit claiming church business involving millions of dollars is being conducted without a vote of the congregation.
Circuit Judge Ed Jackson called for Friday’s vote to determine whether a majority of church members are dissatisfied with church operations.
Only members of Greater Beulah over the age of 18 will be allowed to vote.
Church officials will provide a current membership list.
The balloting is scheduled to begin at Friday 1:30 p.m.
Judge Jackson will count the ballots himself to determine if the lawsuit will continue.
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