Here Are The Full Results From Birmingham’s City Election

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Mary Scott Hodgin, WBHM

Below are unofficial results from Tuesday’s election. If no candidate in a race received a majority, the top two vote-getters will go to a runoff on October 5.

 

Total Votes Cast — 36,790

Voter Turnout — 25.27%

 

Mayor

William Bell Sr. — 9.14%

Cerrisa Brown — 0.64%

Napoleon Gonzalez — 0.13%

Ervin Philemon Hill II — 0.41%

Lashunda Scales — 20.77%

Darryl Williams — 0.33%

Randall Woodfin (incumbent) — 64.33%

Chris Woods — 4.62%

 

City Council

Council District 1

Incumbent Councilor Clinton Woods had no opponent.

 

Council District 2

Lawrence Conaway — 10.9%

Kimberly Jeanty — 16.57%

Don Scott — 3.06%

Hunter Williams (incumbent) — 69.47%

 

Council District 3

Valerie Abbott (incumbent) — 52.77%

Joseph Casper Baker III — 12.52%

Wil Jones — 6.01%

Alice Speake — 28.71%

 

Council District 4

Scottie McClaney — 11.82%

J.T. Moore — 23.14%

William Parker (incumbent) — 41.85%

Qunelius “Cory” Pettway — 11.99%

Gwendolyn Cook Webb — 11.21%

 

Council District 5

Richard Franklin — 20.88%

Darrell O’Quinn (incumbent) — 57.63%

Hiram G. Rahim — 1.5%

Erica Starr Robbins — 13.1%

Roshanique Yvette Taylor — 6.9%

 

Council District 6

Keith Aaron — 28.62%

Crystal Smitherman (incumbent) — 66.55%

Keith O. Williams — 4.82%

 

Council District 7

Wardine Towers Alexander (incumbent) — 52.96%

La’Toya Lee — 14.32%

Lonnie Franklin Malone — 28.2%

Don “Donnie” Stone — 4.51%

 

Council District 8

Carol Clarke — 51.73%

Barbara Files-Kennedy — 8.19%

Lynette Peters — 2.54%

Celida “Celi” Soto — 15.33%

Adlai Trone — 12.09%

Harry “Traveling Shoes” Turner — 4.15%

D. Denise Webber-Jenkins — 2.34%

Wanda Wright — 3.64%

 

Council District 9

Eric Hall — 15.05%

John Hilliard (incumbent) — 49.17%

David Russell — 6.45%

LaTonya Tate — 29.34%

 

Birmingham Board of Education

District 1

Sherman Collins Jr. — 43.07%

Douglas Ragland (incumbent) — 42.76%

Jerry Tate — 14.17%

 

District 2

Terri Michal (incumbent) — 42.79%

Neonta Williams — 56.21%

 

District 3

Mary Boehm (incumbent) –84.99%

Byron Lagrone — 15.01%

 

District 4

Derrick L. Billups — 55.11%

Daagye Hendricks (incumbent) — 44.89%

 

District 5

James Sullivan — 53.53%

David Tarell McKinney — 46.47%

 

District 6

Jamaree’ Collins — 7%

Leticia Watkins — 64.45%

Yancey Williams Sr. — 28.55%

 

District 7

District 7 incumbent board member Walter Wilson had no opponent.

 

District 8

Anoinette “Toni” King — 12.36%

Curtis Tyrone Robinson — 6.56%

Sonja Smith (incumbent) — 62.27%

Antwon Bernard Womack — 18.81%

 

District 9

Le’Darius Hilliard — 43.15%

Jason Meadows — 41.9%

Susan Diane Mitchell — 14.95%

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