2020 Election Live Results

Results Legend

President
9 Electoral Votes

Alabama has voted Republican in every presidential election since 1980. That is unlikely to change in 2020. Donald Trump won by about 28% in 2016.

President

Updated:
Safe R
Candidate Votes Percent
*Donald J. Trump (Republican)
Jo Jorgensen (Libertarian)
Joe Biden (Democratic)

*Incumbent

Votes counted: 0. Estimated 0% in

U.S. Senate

Incumbent Sen. Doug Jones (D) is seeking a 2nd term. It will be an uphill battle in this deep red state, especially in a presidential election year. 2022: Sen. Richard Shelby (R, 6th term).

U.S. Senate

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Leans R
Candidate Votes Percent
*Doug Jones (Democratic)
Tommy Tuberville (Republican)

*Incumbent

Votes counted: 0. Estimated 0% in

U.S. House

7 Congressional Districts: 6 Republicans | 1 Democrat

GOP incumbents in Districts 1 and 2 are not running. All seats are safe for the incumbent party.

U.S. House District 1

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Safe R
Candidate Votes Percent
James Averhart (Democratic)
Jerry Carl (Republican)

Votes counted: 0. Estimated 0% in

U.S. House District 2

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Safe R
Candidate Votes Percent
John Page (Libertarian)
Phyllis Harvey-Hall (Democratic)
Barry Moore (Republican)

Votes counted: 0. Estimated 0% in

U.S. House District 3

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Safe R
Candidate Votes Percent
Adia Winfrey (Democratic)
*Mike Rogers (Republican)

*Incumbent

Votes counted: 0. Estimated 0% in

U.S. House District 4

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Safe R
Candidate Votes Percent
*Robert Aderholt (Republican)
Rick Neighbors (Democratic)

*Incumbent

Votes counted: 0. Estimated 0% in

U.S. House District 5

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Safe R
Candidate Votes Percent
*Mo Brooks (Republican)

*Incumbent

Votes counted: 0. Estimated 0% in

U.S. House District 6

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Safe R
Candidate Votes Percent
Keynen Pellegrino (Independent)
*Gary Palmer (Republican)

*Incumbent

Votes counted: 0. Estimated 0% in

U.S. House District 7

Updated:
Safe D
Candidate Votes Percent
*Terri Sewell (Democratic)

*Incumbent

Votes counted: 0. Estimated 0% in

Governor

Next election is 2022. Gov. Kay Ivey (R, 2nd term) is the incumbent. Ivey's first term began in 2017; she was Lt. Governor when former Gov. Robert Bentley resigned. She was reelected in 2018. Due to the short nature of the first term, she will be eligible to run in 2022, despite the state's two consecutive term limit rule.