2022 Alabama primary results

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Mary Scott Hodgin, WBHM

Unofficial results for statewide primary races

If a candidate does not win a majority, a runoff will be held June 21 between the top two finishers.

67 of 67 counties reporting

23% voter turnout statewide

Attorney General (Republican)

Steve Marshall — 90%

Harry Bartlett Still III — 10%

Secretary of State (Republican)

Wes Allen — 40%

Christian Horn — 10%

Ed Packard — 8%

Jim Zeigler — 43%

State Auditor (Republican)

Stan Cooke — 33%

Rusty Glover — 28% 

Andrew Sorrell — 40%

Associate Justice of the Supreme Court, Place 5 (Republican)

Greg Cook — 55%

Debra Jones — 45%

Public Service Commission, Place 1 (Republican)

John Hammock — 24%
Stephen McLamb — 11%
Jeremy H. Oden — 34%
Brent Woodall — 31%

Public Service Commission, Place 2 (Republican)

Chip Beeker — 43%

Robin Litaker — 21%

Robert L. McCollum — 36%

Constitutional Amendments — State Parks

Yes — 77%

No — 23%

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Unofficial results for Jefferson County primary races

99% of the vote counted

22% voter turnout in Jefferson County

Circuit Court Judge, 10th Judicial Circuit, Place 12 (Democratic)

Glenda Freeman — 32%
Thomas E. Thrash — 68%

Circuit Court Judge, 10th Judicial Circuit, Place 14 (Democratic)

Eric Hamilton — 46%
Tiara Young Hudson  — 54%

Circuit Court Judge, 10th Judicial Circuit, Place 16 (Democratic)

Kandice Pickett — 62%
Paul Rand — 38%

Circuit Court Judge, 10th Judicial Circuit, Place 20 (Democratic)

Ben Larkin — 14%

Alisha Ruffin May — 73%

Ruth Robinson — 13%

Circuit Court Judge, 10th Judicial Circuit, Place 21 (Democratic)

Monica Agee — 53%
Chris Christie — 47%

Circuit Court Judge, 10th Judicial Circuit, Place 23 (Democratic)

Carla V. Morton — 31%

Adrienne Moffett Powell — 69%

State Senate District 15 (Republican)

Brian Christine — 41%
Dan Roberts — 59%

State Senate District 17 (Republican)

Mike Dunn — 31%

Shay Shelnutt — 69%

State Senate District 19 (Democratic)

Louise “Lulu” Alexander — 28%

Merika Coleman — 72%

State Senate District 20 (Democratic)

Linda Coleman-Madison — 87%
Rodney Huntley — 13%

State Representative District 14 (Republican)

Cory Franks — 16%

Tom Fredricks — 36%

Timothy (Tim) Wadsworth — 47%

State Representative District 15 (Republican)

Leigh Hulsey — 57%
Brad Tompkins — 43%

State Representative District 45 (Republican)

Dickie Drake — 33%
Susan Dubose — 67%

State Representative District 47 (Democratic)

Christian Coleman — 50%

Jim Toomey — 50%

State Representative District 48 (Republican)

Jim Carns — 70%

William C. Wentowski — 30%

State Representative District 52 (Democratic)

Latanya Millhouse — 33%

John W. Rogers Jr. — 67%

State Representative District 54 (Democratic)

Brit Blalock — 11%

Edward Maddox — 30%

Neil Rafferty — 59%

State Representative District 55 (Democratic)

Travis Hendrix — 19%

Phyllis E. Oden-Jones — 21%

Fred “Coach” Plump — 22%

Roderick “Rod” Scott — 25%
Antwon Bernard Womack — 12%

State Representative District 56 (Democratic)

Tereshia Huffman — 24%

Cleo King — 14%

Jesse Matthews — 20%

Ontario J. Tillman — 42%

State Representative District 57 (Democratic)

Kevin “K.D.” Dunn — 26%

Patrick Sellers — 47%

Charles Ray Winston III — 27%

State Representative District 60 (Democratic)

Juandalynn Givan — 78%

Nina Taylor — 22%

Deputy District Attorney, 10th Judicial Circuit, Bessemer Division (Democratic)

Minnie Louise Tunstall — 21%

Lynneice O. Washington — 79%

Deputy District Attorney, 10th Judicial Circuit, Bessemer Division (Republican)

Eric Christopher McAdory — 28%

Bill Veitch — 72%

District Court Judge, Jefferson County, Place 10 (Democratic)

Kathy-Ann Marcia Alexis — 41%

Pooja Chawla — 20%

Kerri Page Parker — 39%

Jefferson County Sheriff (Democratic)

Kareem Easley — 7%

Wilson “Hale Yes” Hale — 5%

Mark Levie Pettway — 76%

Felicia Rucker-Sumerlin — 12%

Jefferson County Commission, District 2 (Democratic)

Steve Small, Jr — 13%

Shelia Tyson — 87%

Jefferson County Board of Education, District 3 (Democratic)

Stephanie Floyd — 38%
Rochelle Malone — 47%

Robert L. Mardis III — 15%

Jefferson County Board of Education, District 5 (Democratic)

Tarji Ransaw — 46%

Carita Venable — 54%

Jefferson County Board of Education, District 3 (Republican)

Donna Pike — 58%
Ray Torrillo — 42%

 

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