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Alabama Election Results 2022

Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey wins a second full term Tuesday against Democrat Yolanda Flowers, the first Black woman to win a major party as 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. Ivey received over 67 percent of the votes

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. Britt received over 66 percent of the votes

U. S. Representative Barry Moore  easily defeated Phyllis Harvey-Hall and Jonathan Realz. Moore held over 69 percent of the votes.

For State Senator, District No. 29, Senator Donnie Chesteen will continue to serve the district after defeating Nathan Mathis and Floyd “Pete” McBroom.

State Representative, District No. 92 will see Matthew Hammett fill the seat. Hammett took the win with 86.8 percent of the votes, against Steve Hubbard.

Other winners:

Lieutenant Governor,  Will Ainsworth.

Attorney General, Steve Marshall.

Associate Justice Of The Supreme Court, Place 5, Greg Cook.

Secretary Of State,  Wes Allen. 

State Treasurer, Young Boozer .

State Auditor,  Andrew Sorrell. 

Commissioner Of Agriculture And Industries, Rick Pate. 

Public Service Commission, Place No. 1,  Jeremy Oden. 

Public Service Commission, Place No. 2,  Chris “Chip” Beeker.

Proposed statewide constitution 

 A Proposed adoption of the Constitution of Alabama of 2022 won with more than 76 percent of the votes.

This is a recompilation of the Constitution of Alabama of 1901, prepared in accordance with Amendment 951, arranging the constitution in proper articles, parts, and sections, removing racist language, deleting duplicated and repealed provisions, consolidating provisions regarding economic development, arranging all local amendments by county of application, and making no other changes. (Proposed by Act 2022-111).

Proposed statewide  amendments to appear on the ballot

AMENDMENT 1

Better known as Aniah’s Law, this amendment would give judges more discretion to deny bail to people who have been charged with violent crimes; 80.5percent Yes.

AMENDMENT 2


This amendment centers on broadband funding, a part of the state’s effort to expand Internet access;  
78.6 percent Yes.

AMENDMENT 3


This amendment would require the governor to provide notice to the Attorney General and the victim’s family before commuting a death sentence; 
81.9 percent Yes

AMENDMENT 4


This amendment centers on election procedures and would prevent lawmakers from making election procedure changes within six months of an election; 
79.9 percent Yes.

AMENDMENT 5


This amendment deletes the outdated phrase “Orphans’ Business” in regard to a probate judge’s duties;
68.8 percent Yes.


AMENDMENT 6


This amendment would allow local governments to use special property taxes directly on construction projects instead of going into debt;  
60.8 percent Yes.


AMENDMENT 7


This amendment would give local governments more power to issue economic development incentives; 
75.5 percent Yes.


AMENDMENTS 8 & 9


These amendments deal with private sewer systems in Shelby County and Lake View; more than
71 percent Yes.


AMENDMENT 10
This is a companion to the new Constitution ratification;
74.7 percent yes

The following had no opponent on the ballot:

Kelli Wise – Supreme Court Associate Justice Place 6

Covington County:

Josh Carnley – State Senator District 31 

Benjamin M. Bowden – Circuit Court Judge 22nd Judicial Circuit Place 2

Walt Merrell – District Attorney 22nd Judicial Circuit

Julie S. Moody – District Court Judge Covington County 

Blake Turman – Covington County Sheriff

Norman E. Hobson – Covington County Coroner

James L. Barton – Covington County BOE Place 3

Jeff Bailey – Covington County BOE Place 4

Geneva County:

Jeff Sorrells- State Representative District 87

Tracie West- State Board of Education, District 2

Kimberly A. Clark- Circuit Judge District 33

Kirke Adams- District Attorney, District 33

Stephen Smith-District Judge Geneva County

Weston Spivey- Geneva County Commission District 1

Bart Wilks- Geneva County Commission District 3

Tony Helms- Geneva County Sheriff

Donnie Eric Adkison- Geneva County Coroner

Brooke Janasky Smith- Geneva County Board of Education District 1

Derek Warren- Geneva County Board of Education District 4

 

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