2022 Alabama primary runoff results

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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%

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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%

 

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