Archive for July 2012
Aroma’s Cafe and Coffee bar (Winfield) 96
Dollie’s (Hamilton) 94
Hardee’s (Hamilton) 97
Jimbo’s (Guin) 95
KFC (Hamilton) 93
Lunch Wagon (Hamilton) 90
McDonald’s (Winfield) 95
Plantation Steak House (Gu-Win) 97
Taco Bell (Hamilton) 94
Teresa’s Country Cafe (Hamilton) 93
Tiger Den (Brilliant) 95
Trinity Youth Camp (Twin) 91
Trinity Camp Cafeterai (Twin) 93
Walmart Deli/Bakery (Hamilton) 96
Walmart Supermarket (Winfield) 95
Winfield C Store (Mac’s Texaco) 91
07/27/2012 – Official Candidates List – City of Hamilton, AL – With A Link To Copy of Official Absentee Ballot For August 28, 2012
CITY OF HAMILTON, ALABAMA AUGUST 28, 2012
HAMILTON, AL OFFICIAL CANDIDATE LIST
POSITION # 1
Steve J. Froelich
POSITION # 2
James M. Cheek
POSITION # 3
POSITION # 4
W.R. “Bill” Brown
POSITION # 5
Vann Gary Scott
Tami Lewis Williams
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07/26/2012 – Hamilton, AL Candidate Forum 2012 Held tonight at Dollies Restaurant (Located Inside The EconoLodge Inn & Suites), Hamilton, AL
Video will be posted tomorrow, keep watching at
July 26, 2012 – Hamilton, AL Candidate Forum 2012 was held tonight at Dollies Restaurant (Located Inside the EconoLodge Inn & Suites) in Hamilton, AL.
Thanks so much to the Hamilton Civitans and the Hamilton Chamber of Commerce for making this possible. Also to thanks to Dollies Restaurant and Bobby who served such good food!
You can see below a portion of the large crowd that I estimated to be about 125 people who showed up tonight. Some came to be informed of the candidates stand on various questions concerning the city while others came to support their candidates.
All in all, I was very impressed with the number of people attending the event in Hamilton, Alabama. I look forward to more citizens participating in decision-making events in their city. Go vote, Attend council meetings, get involved in the business decisions. And teach your children the value of their getting involved in the business of their city!
So, I’ll see you at the polls and I hope to see you at the city council meetings and work sessions! Get involved! You can make a difference!
Judy Webb Mays
You can pick up applications for absentee voting at City Hall/City Clerk’s office or you can go to the Alabama Secretary of State’s website at www.sos.alabama.gov and click on Elections, then Absentee Voting and select Absentee Ballot Application.
Absentee voting started July 25th, through August 23rd which is the last day for a voter to apply for a regular absentee ballot. Definition of Regular Absentee: You will be out of the County on election day, are physically incapacitated, in the military, in school outside the county, or work a 10-hour or greater shift that conflicts with the polling hours, then you can vote an absentee ballot either in person or through the mail. The last day to apply for an absentee ballot is five days prior to the election date, except for emergency absentee ballots, which includes Business Emergency and Medical Emergencies and information concerning those two will be forthcoming.
See a copy of an absentee ballott on the City of Hamilton’s website by clicking this link. THIS IS ONLY A COPY! ABSENTEE BALLOTS MUST BE APPLIED FOR AS LISTED ABOVE!