AUBURN, Ala. (EETV)- When Alabama voters head to the polls next Tuesday, they will face more than just candidates on this year's ballot.

Voters statewide will get to voice their opinions on four potential amendments to the Alabama state constitution.

The first amendment on the ballot expresses support for religious liberty and allows for the display of the Ten Commandments on public property as long as it meets constitutional requirements. 

The second amendment on the ballot officially launches a state policy of supporting the importance of unborn life and rights of unborn children.

The third amendment on the ballot changes some of the aspects of the University of Alabama System Board of Trustees.

The fourth ballot changes some of the policies associated with how vacant legislative seats are filled.

In addition to these amendments, several counties have local amendments on the ballot.