Live results: 2020 Alabama Senate primaries
Mark your calendars: There will be another Alabama Senate primary election on March 31, the Associated Press projects. Doug Jones shocked the nation when he won the 2017 special election to become Alabama’s first Democratic senator in 25 years. He replaced Jeff Sessions, who resigned to become attorney general, stepped down when he fell out of favor with President Trump, ran to get his old job back and now faces a runoff election with Tommy Tuberville, who never has held public office before. Tuberville is a former Auburn University football coach, however. In the crowded and contentious primary on Super Tuesday, Roy Moore ran well behind, failing in his second bid to become a senator. The former chief justice of the Supreme Court of Alabama was backed by Trump against Jones in 2017 but saw his campaign founder amid allegations of sexual misconduct with teenage girls in the 1970s.
Tommy Tuberville (R) is leading; 100 percent of precincts are reporting.
Last updated: Mar 28, 2020 at 1:08 p.m. EDT
|Tommy Tuberville Tuberville||239,173||33.4%|
|Jeff Sessions Sessions||226,675||31.6%|
|Bradley Byrne Byrne||178,302||24.9%|
|Roy Moore Moore||51,248||7.2%|
|Ruth Page Nelson Nelson||7,183||1.0%|
|Arnold Mooney Mooney||7,134||1.0%|
|Stanley Adair Adair||6,584||0.9%|
|716,299 votes reported from 100% of precincts.|
Last updated: Invalid Date
|Doug Jones Jones||0||0%|
|No votes reported|