On Election Day, the people of Alabama will have the chance to cast their votes for a number of federal and state officials. In addition, voters will decide whether several proposed amendments should be added to the Alabama Constitution.

Proposed constitutional amendments can be confusing. Voters need an understanding of each amendment to confidently cast their ballots.

The purpose of this guide is to explain the statewide constitutional amendments in plain language to help voters make informed decisions.

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