At this link you can see a list of the offices that will be on the 2014 ballots in Madison County. The probate judge's list does not include the new house district in Madison County and the change in State Senate District 1 which now includes part of Madison County, but they are included in the count below.
There will be 39 offices on the ballot, although this could change if any incumbents resign or leave office. Thirty-one of these offices have Republican incumbents. The seven seats held by Democrats are indicated in blue.
2 - US Congress
1 - US House, CD5 (Mo Brooks)
1 - US Senate (Jeff Sessions)
13 - Alabama State-Wide Offices
7 - State-wide, non judicial (gov., lt. gov., atty gen., auditor, treasurer, secretary of state, commissioner of agriculture)*
2 - Public Service Commission (Jeremy Oden, Terry Dunn)
1 - Supreme Court associate justice (Greg Shaw)
3 - Courts of Appeal (William Thompson, Mary Windom, J. Elizabeth Kellum)
17 - Other Alabama State Offices
1 - State Board of Education, District 8
6 - Alabama Senate (1 D, Tammy Irons)
8 - Alabama House (1 D, Laura Hall; 1 new)
2 - 23d Judicial Circuit (William Bell, Schuyler Richardson)
5 - Madison County Offices
1 - Sheriff (Blake Dorning)
1 - Tax Assessor (Fran Hamilton)
1 - Tax Collector (Lynda Hall)
1 - License Director (Mark Craig)
1 - Coroner (Craig Whisenant)
2 - Madison County School District
1 - Superintendent (David Copeland)
1 - Board of Education, District 3 (Mary Louise Stowe)
* Governor Robert Bentley, Lieutenant Governor Kay, Attorney General Luther Strange, Auditor Smanatha Shaw,** Treasurer Young Boozer, Secretary of State Beth Chapman**, Commissioner of Agriculture and Industries John McMillan.
** Auditor Smanatha Shaw and Secretary of State Chapman are term limited and cannot run for reelection. Republicans Adam Thompson and John Merrill have announced they are running for those offices respectively.
Stacy Lee George has announced he will challenge Governor Bentley for the 2014 Republican nomination for governor.