Election Results

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Results courtesy of Associated Press and alabamavotes.gov

(as of March 2 at 7:00 a.m.)

 

President Dem – Primary

2,314 of 2,314 precincts – 100 percent

Hillary Clinton – 78 percent

Bernie Sanders – 19 percent

Uncommitted – 2 percent

 

President GOP – Primary

2,314 of 2,314 precincts – 100 percent

Donald Trump – 43 percent

Ted Cruz – 21 percent

Marco Rubio – 19 percent

Ben Carson – 10 percent

John Kasich – 4 percent

Uncommitted – 1 percent

 

U.S. Senate Dem – Primary

2,299 of 2,314 precincts – 99 percent

Ron Crumpton  – 56 percent

Charles Nana  – 44 percent

 

U.S. Senate GOP – Primary

2,299 of 2,314 precincts – 99 percent

Richard Shelby (i) – 65 percent

Jonathan McConnell – 28 percent

John Martin – 3 percent

Marcus Bowman – 3 percent

Shadrack McGill – 2 percent

 

U.S. Representative, 1st  Congressional District (GOP)

285 of 285 precincts — 100 percent

Bradley Byrne (i) – 60 percent    

Dean Young – 40 percent

 

U.S. Representative, 2nd  Congressional District (GOP)

462 of 462 precincts — 100 percent

Becky Gerritson – 28 percent

Martha Roby (i) – 66 percent

Robert L. “Bob” Rogers – 6 percent

 

U.S. Representative, 3rd  Congressional District (GOP)

304 of 304 precincts — 100 percent

Larry Dichiara – 24 percent

Mike Rogers (i) – 76 Percent

 

U.S. Representative, 4th Congressional District (GOP)

427 of 427 precincts — 100 percent

Robert Aderholt (i) – 81 percent

Phil Norris – 19 percent

 

Public Service Comm President GOP – Primary

2,299 of 2,314 precincts – 99 percent

Twinkle Cavanaugh (i) – 63 percent

Terry Dunn – 37 percent

 

Supreme Court Place 3 GOP – Primary

2,299 of 2,314 precincts – 99 percent

Tom Parker (i) – 73 percent

Donna Beaulieu – 27 percent

 

State Amendment #1 (Retirement Program)

2,299 of 2,314 precincts – 99 percent

Yes – 63 percent

No – – 37 percent

 

Local Amendment Shelby Alcohol Sales

47 of 47 precincts – 100 percent

Yes  – 70 percent

No – 30 percent

Michael Krall

Michael Krall

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