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Runoff election in District 2 to decide Madison City Council seat

Steve Smith
Connie Spears

Polls opened this morning at 7 a.m. for voters in Madison’s District 2. They are deciding who will represent them on the city council for the next four years.

Incumbent Steve Smith, who currently serves as the city council president, is trying to retain his seat against a tough challenge by former school board member Connie Spears. Spears led a three-candidate ballot in August with 38.1% of the votes, but failed to garner over 50%, forcing a runoff between her and Smith.

There are two voting locations, one in the Madison County portion of District 2, and one in the Limestone County portion. They are:

Madison Baptist Church

840 Balch Road

(Madison County Portion)

 

Lamb of God Lutheran Church

11716 County Line Road

(Limestone County Portion)

Polls will stay open until 7 p.m.

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