-- "To close to call" may be the best way to describe the races for seats in Jefferson County Commission Districts 1 and 2.
Any one of the three candidates in Jefferson County District 1 has a shot at being among the top votegetters in the race.
Incumbent Commissioner michael kors sale , seeking a second full term, and challengers , a former state lawmaker and , a former Birmingham City Councilman all have a realistic chance to earn the most votes or get enough votes for a runoff.
Most voters are familiar with their names since each of the candidates has been elected to office at least once before and each has experience on the campaign trail.
"This is very, very difficult to figure," said Natalie Davis, a Birmingham Southern College political science professor. "Everybody has a little bit of something."
The same can be said for a majority of candidates in the michael kors purses outlet District 2 race which is unusually competitive michael kors replica especially with a field of five candidates.
Incumbent Commissioner , seeking a second term, is in a tight race with , a UAB health school dean; , a Birmingham City Councilor and and . former county commissioners.
The race is tight because all of the candidates bring their own skill set and strengths to the race.
Brown, Smoot and Tyson all have a loyal base of supporters; Michael, making his first run for elected office, has developed a core group of supporters and Small has connections across the district.
The candidate with the best ground game could be in the best position to win, Davis said.
"This is a low turnout election . . . it's a michael kors purses outlet question of grass roots; telephoning; friends and neighbors; who goes to my church; shoe-leather than it is anything else," Davis said. "It's a crapshoot."
Additional information on today's elections in Jefferson County can be found on created by the Probate
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