MONTGOMERY, Ala. (WSFA) - The qualification deadline to run for Montgomery’s municipal elections has come and gone. Now, we’re getting a better idea who’s in the running to replace outgoing Mayor Todd Strange and those seeking a spot on the city council.
The deadline to file was Tuesday at 5 p.m., but it could take several days to confirm if some potential candidates meet the qualifications to run.
To qualify, a candidate must submit signatures of one-fourth of one percent of registered voters in Montgomery. That equals about 350 signatures. The Board of Elections can certify candidates in the coming days and will then release an official ballot after all candidate submissions are reviewed. This story will be updated.
The election will be held on Aug. 27. If a run-off is needed, it will be held Oct. 8.
EDITOR’S NOTE: This article has been updated to remove David Sadler from the list after he failed to meet the qualifications for having his name on the ballot
Butler Browder (petition verified)
Edward Crowell (in process of verifying signatures)
Hobson Cox (petition verified)
Artur Davis (petition verified)
Ronald Davis (petition verified)
Elton Dean (in process of verifying signatures)
Shannon Ferrari (petition verified)
Victorrus Felder (in process of verifying signatures)
J.C. Love III (in process of verifying signatures)
Steven Reed (petition verified)
Bibby Simmons (petition verified)
David Woods (petition verified)
Eric D. Satcher
Ernest Claybon III
Patricia A. H. June
Cornelius CC Calhoun
Oronde K. Mitchell
Johnnie C. Sankey
Glen O. Pruitt, Jr.