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Ivey wins four more years

Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey wins a second full term Tuesday against Democrat Yolanda Flowers, the first Black woman to win a major party’s gubernatorial nomination in the state, and Libertarian Jimmy Blake.

This outcome puts her in position to become the longest consecutive-serving governor in Alabama history.

Katie Britt has won the race for U.S. Senate, becoming the first woman elected to the U.S. Senate from Alabama.

Britt succeeds U.S. Sen. Richard Shelby, who is retiring after representing Alabama in the Senate for 36 years.    

State Senator Donnie Chesteen will continue to serve the district after defeating Nathan Mathis and Floyd “Pete” McBroom.

Representative Barry Moore  easily defeated Phyllis Harvey-Hall and Jonathan Realz.

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