2022 Alabama primary runoff results

 1580110567 
1655838014

Darnell Perry leaves his polling location after voting in the Alabama primary election on Tuesday, May 24, 2022, at Legion Field Stadium in Birmingham, Alabama.

Rasha McChesney, Gulf States Newsroom

Unofficial results for statewide primary races

67 of 67 counties reporting
11% turnout statewide

Secretary of State (Republican)

Wes Allen — 65%

Jim Zeigler — 35%

State Auditor (Republican)

Stan Cooke — 42%

Andrew Sorrell — 58%

Public Service Commission, Place 1 (Republican)

Jeremy H. Oden — 52%
Brent Woodall — 48%

Public Service Commission, Place 2 (Republican)

Chip Beeker — 63%
Robert L. McCollum — 37%

_________________________________________________________________________________________

Unofficial results for Jefferson County primary races

99% of the vote counted

State Representative District 14 (Republican)

Tom Fredricks — 45%

Timothy (Tim) Wadsworth — 55%

State Representative District 55 (Democratic)

Fred “Coach” Plump — 51%

Roderick “Rod” Scott — 49%

State Representative District 56 (Democratic)

Tereshia Huffman — 29%

Ontario J. Tillman — 71%

State Representative District 57 (Democratic)

Patrick Sellers — 52%

Charles Ray Winston III — 48%

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

Kathy-Ann Marcia Alexis — 51%

Kerri Page Parker — 49%

Jefferson County Board of Education, District 3 (Democratic)

Stephanie Floyd — 57%
Rochelle Malone — 43%

 

Jefferson County drug overdose deaths hit new peak in 2022

Drug overdose deaths topped gun and vehicle-related deaths investigated last year by the Jefferson County Coroner’s Office.

‘Nobody is getting to you’: How workforce challenges leave Gulf South EMS agencies strapped

Emergency services in Louisiana are spending more time waiting to offload patients at hospitals and that means fewer are responding to calls at any given time.

Presence of chemicals in landfill fire smoke catalyzes EPA to step in

The EPA is taking action to extinguish the fire after air sampling results showed carcinogenic chemicals in smoke from the site.

Birmingham-Southern president says he’ll do everything possible to keep the college open

Birmingham-Southern College, a private institution, is asking the state to help bail it out after financial troubles. School President Daniel Coleman shared with WBHM what he sees as the path ahead for the college.

Alabama extends time for executions, ends automatic review

The Alabama Supreme Court abolished the one-day time frame for executions. Instead, the governor will set a window of time. The court also eliminated an automatic “plain error review” of death penalty cases.

Parole denied for 90% of Alabama inmates, a new low

The rate of state inmates being granted parole in Alabama has plummeted to a new low, with 90% of eligible inmates being rejected last fiscal year.

More 2022 Election Coverage