With the runoff election just days away, tension continues to rise in the race for the Alabama House of Representatives in District 14 as voters look to go to the polls on election day.

What Happens Tuesday:

Roberts Communication conducted a poll of House District 14 among likely runoff voters with a 7% margin of error. In the data, the poll showed Wadsworth at 52% compared to 48% from his challenger Tom Fredricks.

However, when the numbers were broken down into strictly voters who stated they are almost certain to vote in Tuesday’s Republican Runoff, Fredricks held a slim lead at 50.35% also with a 7% margin of error.

Incumbent Tim Wadsworth has campaigned on various achievements over the course of his 8 years in Montgomery, while Fredricks has made the core focus against Wadsworth’s vote for the 10 cent Gas Tax that passed into law in 2019. The challenger has also pledged to be a “true voice” for District 14, which now includes Northwest Cullman County.

One thing is for certain – this race will be close, and the winner will come down to who turns out the most voters on Tuesday.