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State Results

Ala. Governor%
 Declared WinnerRiley (R) 49
 Siegelman* (D) 49
 Other 2
100% Precincts Reporting
Full Results
Updated 9:53 p.m. EST


Ala. Senate%
 Declared WinnerSessions* (R) 59
 Parker (D) 40
 Other 1
100% Precincts Reporting
Full Results
Updated 9:53 p.m. EST


U.S. House Results for Ala.


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Ala. Governor Concedes Race to GOP Candidate
Saying he didn't want to "hurt Alabama," Democratic Gov. Don Siegelman gave up his bid for a second term Monday and conceded the nation's last undecided governor's race to Republican Rep. Bob Riley.

Ala. Election News
Post-Election Alabama Is Seeing Double: After Disputed Vote Tallies, Two Claim to Be Winner in Gubernatorial Race (Post, Nov. 8, 2002)

Davis Wins in Alabama's 7th District (Congressional Quarterly, Nov. 5, 2002; 9:30 PM)

Ala. Governor's Race Raises Rivalry for House Seat (Congressional Quarterly, Sept. 24, 2002; 7:20 PM)

In Alabama, Heston's Endorsement of Democratic Governor Riles His GOP Hosts (Post, Sept. 24, 2002)

Sleaze Factor Is in Play in Ala. Governor's Race (Post, Sept. 20, 2002)

Alabama's Davis Readies to Succeed Rival Hilliard (Congressional Quarterly, June 29, 2002; 8:05 PM)

Bonner a Familiar Face in Race for Open Ala. Seat (Congressional Quarterly, June 28, 2002; 8:51 PM)

Rep. Hilliard Falls to Challenger Davis (Congressional Quarterly, June 26, 2002)

Davis Ousts Rep. Hilliard In Alabama Runoff: Mideast Was Issue In Democratic Race (Post, June 26, 2002)

Alabama Governor Faces Tough Election Terrain (Post, June 22, 2002)

Hilliard Rallies to Counter Runoff Foe's Flush Fund (Congressional Quarterly, June 21, 2002; 3:55 PM)

Former Callahan Aide Gets Boost in Alabama Runoff (Congressional Quarterly, June 19, 2002; 9:04 PM)

Hilliard Gets Ex-Foe's Nod, Seeks Margin in Ala. 7 (Congressional Quarterly, June 10, 2002; 2:25 PM)

Mideast Fuels 2 Democratic Primaries: Longtime House Incumbents Face Fierce Opposition Because of Their Views (Post, June 6, 2002)

Riley Gets GOP Nod to Challenge Siegelman: Runoffs Will Decide Competitive 1st, 3rd Congressional Districts (Congressional Quarterly, June 5, 2002; 1:45 AM)

Recharged Challenger Sets Up Rematch: Middle Eastern Issues Make Their Way Into Surprisingly Tight Race (Congressional Quarterly, June 4, 2002; 9:07 AM)

GOP Foes Take Up Siegelman's Gamble on Lottery: Democratic Incumbent Faces Stiff Test to Hold His Office (Congressional Quarterly, June 4, 2002; 9:01 AM)

Both Parties Aim to Be Life of Riley4s Open Alabama House Seat (Congressional Quarterly, May 14, 2002)

Aides Top Crowded Field to Succeed Callahan (Congressional Quarterly, May 1, 2002; 6:42 PM)


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