The 2021 Tuscaloosa municipal elections saw two districts fit the need to enter a runoff: District 1 candidates Que Chandler and Matthew Wilson and District 6 candidates John Faile and incumbent Eddie Pugh.

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Ahead of Election Day, absentee ballots are now available to registered Tuscaloosa voters. Applications can be picked up at City Hall or be printed here. Additionally, they can be delivered to a residence by requesting one through the City Clerk's office.

Voters can submit their application via mail along with a registered copy of their driver's license to P.O. Box 2089, Tuscaloosa, AL 35403. From there, the City Clerk will mail a ballot back to the registered address. Each ballot must be filled out, notarized or have two witnesses, and be returned prior to the election.

In-person absentee voting will also be held in the City Clerk's office from now through April 12. Voters must bring their completed application and a valid copy of their driver's license.

The deadline to submit an application is April 8. Completed ballots will be accepted until April 12 at 5 p.m. The runoff election will take place Tuesday, April 13.

To see all of the Tuscaloosa Municipal Election results, click here.

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