2022 Alabama Primary Live Results


Election Date May 24, 2022
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Polls Close 8:00 PM Eastern Time
On this Page Primary results for U.S. Senate, Governor, U.S. House, State Legislature
Where no candidate gets a majority of the vote, the top two finishers will have a runoff on June 21.
Runoffs Results Here

U.S. Senate

The seat will almost certainly remain in Republican control, so all the interest is around who the party's nominee will be. Sen. Richard Shelby is not seeking a 7th term. He has endorsed his former Chief of Staff, Katie Britt. The other prominent names on the ballot are Rep. Mo Brooks (AL-05) and businessman Michael Durant. A runoff is likely.


Gov. Kay Ivey is seeking a second full term. Polling indicates she'll finish first, but less clear if she'll get a majority of the vote to avoid a runoff. Regardless of how it plays out, the ultimate GOP nominee will be a heavy favorite in November.

U.S. House

We're following the GOP primary in safely Republican District 5, where Rep. Mo Brooks is retiring to run for U.S. Senate. Below that race are two party-specific tables. Use the drop-down list to change the active district.

State Senate

Republicans hold a large 27-7 edge over Democrats in the Alabama State Senate. Members serve four-year terms.

State House

Republicans hold a commanding 73-28 edge over Democrats in the 105 member Alabama House of Representatives. Four previously GOP-held seats are vacant. Members serve four-year terms.