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Alabama 2018 Election Live Results

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On this Page: Governor, U.S. Representative (7 congressional districts)

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Governor

Incumbent Republican Gov. Kay Ivey is seeking her first full term. She took over when former Gov. Robert Bentley resigned in 2017.

Governor

Updated:
Candidate Votes Percent
Walt Maddox (Democratic)
*Kay Ivey (Republican)

*Incumbent

of () precincts reporting, total votes

U.S. House

7 Congressional Districts: 6 Republicans | 1 Democrat

Races to Watch: None
Alabama has seven congressional districts, six of which are held by Republicans. All incumbents are running in 2018 and all these seats look to be safe for the controlling party. The only Democrat in the delegation, Rep. Terri Sewell (AL-7) is unopposed.

U.S. House District 1

Updated:
Candidate Votes Percent
Robert Kennedy Jr (Democratic)
*Bradley Byrne (Republican)

*Incumbent

of () precincts reporting, total votes

U.S. House District 2

Updated:
Candidate Votes Percent
Tabitha Isner (Democratic)
*Martha Roby (Republican)

*Incumbent

of () precincts reporting, total votes

U.S. House District 3

Updated:
Candidate Votes Percent
Mallory Hagan (Democratic)
*Mike Rogers (Republican)

*Incumbent

of () precincts reporting, total votes

U.S. House District 4

Updated:
Candidate Votes Percent
Lee Auman (Democratic)
*Robert Aderholt (Republican)

*Incumbent

of () precincts reporting, total votes

U.S. House District 5

Updated:
Candidate Votes Percent
Peter Joffrion (Democratic)
*Mo Brooks (Republican)

*Incumbent

of () precincts reporting, total votes

U.S. House District 6

Updated:
Candidate Votes Percent
Danner Kline (Democratic)
*Gary Palmer (Republican)

*Incumbent

of () precincts reporting, total votes

U.S. House District 7

Updated:
Candidate Votes Percent
*Terri Sewell (Democratic)

*Incumbent

of () precincts reporting, total votes

U.S. Senate

Neither seat is up for election this year.

2020: Sen. Doug Jones (D, 1st term) 2022: Sen. Richard Shelby (R, 6th term).

Jones won a special election in 2017 to complete the term of former Republican Jeff Sessions who became U.S. Attorney General.


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