Super Tuesday Alabama Republican Primary Results

Voters across the state went to the polls today to cast their ballots in the Super Tuesday Alabama Republican Primary.  Provisional votes withstanding, below is a breakdown of apparent Republican nominees – as well as candidates who are confirmed to be heading to the March 31st Republican Run-Off Election:
President of the United StatesDonald J. Trump
United States Senate (Run-Off)Jeff SessionsTommy Tuberville
United States House of RepresentativesFirst Congressional District (Run-Off)Jerry CarlBill Hightower
United States House of RepresentativesFifth Congressional DistrictMo Brooks
Alabama Supreme Court – Place 1Greg Shaw
Alabama Court of Civil Appeals – Place 2Matt Fridy
Alabama Court of Criminal Appeals – Place 1Mary Windom
Public Service Commission PresidentTwinkle Andress Cavanaugh
Provisional ballots will be counted and the election certified on March 10, 2020.
Alabama Republican Party Chairman Terry Lathan stated:
“Today was an extra special day to be a Republican. We had so many outstanding candidates running for office. We would like to offer our congratulations to those who have won their races outright and also to those who are headed to the March 31st Republican Run-Off Election. I encourage all of our voters to cast their ballots in our run-off as we finalize our slate for the 2020 General Election. The Alabama Republican Party thanks each of the candidates and their families for entering the arena of public service.
“With President Trump leading our ticket, we feel confident we will win back the U.S. Senate seat on November 3rd. The majority of Alabamians will no longer be ignored by Doug Jones. With a GOP primary vote of approximately 62% to the Democrats 8%, we are exited and look forward to November.”
*NOTE: Results in contested Republican races not listed above are still pending and will be updated once those returns become available.

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