2016 General Election Results

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NOTE: The results listed below are for this evening’s contested races in the state of Alabama. Updates will be made to the page as results are made available. Results courtesy of Associated Press and alabamavotes.gov

President

2,522 of 2,522 precincts – 100 percent

Hillary Clinton/Tim Kaine (Dem) – 35 percent
Donald Trump/Mike Pence (GOP) – 63 percent
Gary Johnson/Bill Weld (Lib) – 2 percent
Jill Stein/Ajamu Baraka (Green) – 0 percent

 

U.S. Senate

2,522 of 2,522 precincts – 100 percent

Ron Crumpton (Dem)  – 36 percent
Richard Shelby (GOP) – 64 percent – incumbent

 

U.S. Representative, 2nd  Congressional District

449 of 449 precincts — 100 percent

Nathan Mathis (Dem) – 45 percent
Martha Roby (GOP) – 55 percent – incumbent

 

U.S. Representative, 3rd  Congressional District

325 of 325 precincts — 100 percent

Jesse Smith (Dem) – 33 percent
Mike Rogers (GOP) – 67 percent – incumbent

 

U.S. Representative, 5th Congressional District

215 of 215 precincts — 100 percent

Will Boyd (Dem) – 33 percent
Mo Brooks (GOP) – 67 percent – incumbent

 

U.S. Representative, 6th Congressional District

305 of 305 precincts — 100 percent

David Putnam (Dem) – 25 percent
Gary Palmer (GOP) – 75 percent – incumbent

 

Alabama State Board of Education, District 3

244 of 244 precincts — 100 percent

Jarralynne Agee (Dem) – 27 percent
Stephanie Bell (GOP) – 73 percent – incumbent

 

AL Circuit Judge (Circuit 10 Place 4)

172 of 174 precincts – 99 percent

Javan Joielle Patton (Dem) – 52 percent
Bobby Lott Jr. (GOP) – 48 percent

 

AL Circuit Judge (Circuit 10 Place 11)

172 of 174 precincts – 99 percent

Brendette Brown Green (Dem) – 50.2 percent
Pat Thetford (GOP) – 49.7 percent – incumbent

 

AL Circuit Judge (Circuit 10 Place 14)

172 of 174 precincts – 99 percent

Clyde Jones (Dem) – 54 percent – incumbent
Michael Jonathan Glover Jr. (GOP) – 46 percent

 

AL Circuit Judge (Circuit 10 Place 17)

172 of 174 precincts – 99 percent

Elisabeth French (Dem) – 57 percent – incumbent
James Whitfield (GOP) – 43 percent

 

AL Circuit Judge (Circuit 10 Place 20)

172 of 174 precincts – 99 percent

Nakita “Niki” Perryman Blocton (Dem) – 51 percent
Julie A. Palmer (GOP) – 49 percent – incumbent

 

AL Circuit Judge (Circuit 10 Place 22)

172 of 174 precincts – 99 percent

Tamara Harris Johnson (Dem) – 51 percent
Bentley Patrick (GOP) – 48 percent – incumbent

 

AL Circuit Judge (Circuit 10 Place 23)

172 of 174 precincts – 99 percent

Agnes Chappell (Dem) – 54 percent
Dorothea Batiste (GOP) – 45 percent – incumbent

 

AL Circuit Judge (Circuit 10 Place 25)

172 of 174 precincts – 99 percent

Reginald Jeter (Dem) – 53 percent
John Tindle (GOP) – 47 percent

 

AL Circuit Judge (Circuit 10 Place 26)

172 of 174 precincts – 99 percent

Michael Streety (Dem) – 53 percent
Gloria Bahakel (GOP) – 47 percent

 

Jefferson County District Court Judge (Place 4)

172 of 174 precincts – 99 percent

William A. “Tony” Bell, Jr. (Dem) – 53 percent
Riggs Walker (GOP) – 47 percent

 

Jefferson County District Court Judge (Place 5)

172 of 174 precincts – 99 percent

Shera Craig Grant (Dem) – 54 percent – incumbent
Lee Cleveland (GOP) – 46 percent

 

Jefferson County District Court Judge (Place 7)

172 of 174 precincts – 99 percent

Robert P. Bynon, Jr. (Dem) – 54 percent – incumbent
Virginia P. Meigs (GOP) – 46 percent

 

Jefferson County District Court Judge (Place 10 – Bessemer Division)

172 of 174 precincts – 99 percent

Debra Bennett Winston (Dem) – 52 percent
Teresa Hester (GOP) – 48 percent

 

District Attorney – Jefferson County

172 of 174 precincts – 99 percent

Charles Todd Henderson (Dem) – 51 percent
Brandon Falls (GOP) – 49 percent – incumbent

 

District Attorney – Jefferson County (Bessemer Division)

172 of 174 precincts – 99 percent

Lynneice Olive Washington (Dem) – 50.1 percent
Bill Veitch (GOP) – 49.8 percent – incumbent

 

State Amendment 1 – Auburn Trustees Term Limits Max 3 expirations a year

2,522 of 2,522 precincts – 100 percent

Yes, 1,162,959 – 73 percent
No, 421,205 – 27 percent

 

State Amendment 2 – Ban StPark Fund Reallocation No other public srvc use

2,522 of 2,522 precincts – 100 percent

Yes, 1,396,446 – 80 percent
No, 353,767 – 20 percent

 

State Amendment 3 – Adoption of Local Amendments Revise process to ballot

2,522 of 2,522 precincts – 100 percent

Yes, 919,636 – 61 percent
No, 598,202 – 39 percent

 

State Amendment 4 – County Commission Authority Allow to create programs

2,522 of 2,522 precincts – 100 percent

Yes, 1,122,675 – 72 percent
No, 445,394 – 28 percent

 

State Amendment 5 – Separation of Powers Wording Modernize language

2,522 of 2,522 precincts – 100 percent

Yes, 909,206 – 60 percent
No, 608,078 – 40 percent

 

State Amendment 6 – Impeachment Vote Requirement 2/3rds St. Sen concurrence

2,522 of 2,522 precincts – 100 percent

Yes, 777,930 – 54 percent
No, 674,037 – 46 percent

 

State Amendment 7 – Etowah Sheriff Employees Change supervising body

2,522 of 2,522 precincts – 100 percent

Yes, 693,896 – 59 percent
No, 476,448 – 41 percent

 

State Amendment 8 – Right To Work Expand union req ban

2,522 of 2,522 precincts – 100 percent

Yes, 1,103,134 – 70 percent
No, 482,891 – 30 percent

 

State Amendment 9 – Pickens Probate Judge Age Appointment age 75 max

2,522 of 2,522 precincts – 100 percent

Yes, 591,226 – 51 percent
No, 569,029 – 49 percent

 

State Amendment 10 – Calhoun Jurisdictions Limit to munis in county

2,522 of 2,522 precincts – 100 percent

Yes, 752,644 – 66 percent
No, 395,994 – 34 percent

 

State Amendment 11 – Create Manufacturing Zones Fund local development

2,506 of 2,522 precincts – 99 percent

Yes, 851,636 – 59 percent
No, 586,504 – 41 percent

 

State Amendment 12 – Baldwin Toll Roads Allow revenue bonds

2,522 of 2,522 precincts – 100 percent

Yes, 621,349 – 51 percent
No, 605,122 – 49 percent

 

State Amendment 13 – Repeal Officeholder Age Cap Prevent changes by St. Leg

2,522 of 2,522 precincts – 100 percent

Yes, 864,275 – 57 percent
No, 642,604 – 43 percent

 

State Amendment 14 – Uphold Local Budget Laws Concerns procedure rules

2,522 of 2,522 precincts – 100 percent

Yes, 1,029,378 – 69 percent
No, 467,578 – 31 percent

 

Local Amendment Jefferson Garbage Bills

363 of 363 precincts – 100 percent

Yes, 135,279 – 58 percent
No, 99,589 – 42 percent

 

Local Amendment 1 – Shelby Judicial Nomination

49 of 49 precincts – 100 percent

Yes, 62,254 – 80 percent
No, 15,856 – 20 percent

 

Local Amendment 2 – Shelby Judicial Term

49 of 49 precincts – 100 percent

Yes, 63,508 – 82 percent
No, 13,845 – 18 percent

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