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Updated Dec. 13, 2022 at 9:16 a.m. Eastern

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Last data update: Nov. 28, 2022 at 2:46 p.m. ET

AlabamaELECTION RESULTS

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Gov. Kay Ivey (R) is projected to win the Governor race.

Katie Britt (R) is projected to win the Senate race.

Governor

Incumbent Kay Ivey (R) is running for a second term and performed well enough in the primary not to be forced into a runoff. Her Democratic challenger, who did prevail in a runoff, is speech pathologist Yolanda Rochelle Flowers. Alabama has had a Republican governor since 2002, which is also the last time an incumbent lost in a gubernatorial election.

Ivey (R) is projected to win. An estimated 99.7 percent of votes have been counted.

Votes received and percentages of total vote
CandidateVotesPct.
winner
Kay IveyIveyK. Ivey

incumbent

GOP
944,84567.4
Yolanda FlowersFlowersY. FlowersDEM
411,68729.4
James BlakeBlakeJ. BlakeLIB
45,8233.3

An estimated 99.7 percent of votes have been counted.

* Incumbent

U.S. Senate

Katie Britt (R) is strongly favored in this deep red state after winning a Republican runoff against Rep. Mo Brooks (R-Ala.), whom Donald Trump originally endorsed and then sensationally un-endorsed, finally favoring Britt. She is a former aide to retiring Sen. Richard C. Shelby (R) — who endorsed her — and also served as the president of the Business Council of Alabama.

Britt (R) is projected to win. An estimated 99.8 percent of votes have been counted.

Votes received and percentages of total vote
CandidateVotesPct.
winner
Katie BrittBrittK. BrittGOP
940,04866.8
Will BoydBoydW. BoydDEM
435,42830.9
John SophocleusSophocleusJ. SophocleusLIB
32,7902.3

An estimated 99.8 percent of votes have been counted.

Constitutional amendment

Alabama voters are choosing whether to ratify a recompiled state constitution that removes racist language and reorganizes the document. A "yes" vote ratifies the new constitution, and a "no" vote keeps the current one active.

Yes is projected to win. An estimated 99.8 percent of votes have been counted.

Votes received and percentages of total vote
ResponseVotesPct.
winner
YesYesYes
886,27076.5
NoNoNo
272,38423.5

An estimated 99.8 percent of votes have been counted.

Other statewide races

Attorney General

Votes received and percentages of total vote
CandidateVotesPct.
winner
Steve MarshallMarshallS. Marshall

incumbent

GOP
953,28468.0
Wendell MajorMajorW. MajorDEM
449,19332.0

An estimated 99 percent of votes have been counted.

* Incumbent

Lieutenant Governor

Votes received and percentages of total vote
CandidateVotesPct.
winner
Will AinsworthAinsworthW. Ainsworth

incumbent

GOP
955,37284.3
Ruth Page-NelsonPage-NelsonR. Page-NelsonLIB
178,06915.7

An estimated 99 percent of votes have been counted.

* Incumbent

Secretary of State

Votes received and percentages of total vote
CandidateVotesPct.
winner
Wes AllenAllenW. AllenGOP
923,20665.9
Pamela J. LaffitteLaffitteP. LaffitteDEM
435,55831.1
Jason ShelbyShelbyJ. ShelbyLIB
41,4803.0

An estimated 99 percent of votes have been counted.

U.S. House

Alabama has a new congressional map this year so your district may have changed. Find your congressional district here.

Seat2020 ResultsCandidatesPct.VotesEst. counted
District 1
Trump +28
Est. 99% counted
District 1
Trump +28
winner
J. CarlJerry Carl

incumbent

84.2%
139,854

99% counted

A. RemreyAlexander Remrey
15.8%
26,197
District 2
Trump +29
Est. 100% counted
District 2
Trump +29
winner
B. MooreBarry Moore

incumbent

69.2%
137,193

100% counted

P. Harvey-HallPhyllis Harvey-Hall
29.1%
57,800
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District 3
Trump +34
Est. 100% counted
District 3
Trump +34
winner
M. RogersMike Rogers

incumbent

71.3%
135,448

100% counted

K. VeaseyKaren Lin Veasey
25.1%
47,770
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District 4
Trump +62
Est. 100% counted
District 4
Trump +62
winner
R. AderholtRobert Aderholt

incumbent

84.2%
164,371

100% counted

R. NeighborsRick Neighbors
13.6%
26,628
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District 5
Trump +27
Est. 100% counted
District 5
Trump +27
winner
D. StrongDale Strong
67.2%
141,988

100% counted

K. Warner-StantonKathy Warner-Stanton
29.6%
62,466
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District 6
Trump +30
Est. 100% counted
District 6
Trump +30
winner
G. PalmerGary Palmer

incumbent

84.7%
154,058

100% counted

A. ChieffoAndria Chieffo
15.3%
27,792
District 7
Biden +32
Est. 100% counted
District 7
Biden +32
winner
T. SewellTerii A. Sewell

incumbent

63.6%
123,060

100% counted

B. NicholsBeatrice Nichols
34.8%
67,353
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* Incumbent

The Post estimated the lean of 2022 congressional districts using 2020 presidential results by precinct from Decision Desk HQ and estimates where actual votes at the precinct level were unavailable. Districts classified as “Strong Biden” and “Strong Trump” show where a candidate is estimated to have won by 15 percentage points or more. “Lean Biden” and “Lean Trump” districts had estimated vote margins between five and 15 points. “Close” districts show an estimated margin within five points.

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