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Alabama Primary Election Runoff 2022 results

Alabama's Primary Election Runoffs includes races between Mo Brooks and Katie Britt, and Dale Strong and Casey Wardynski.

MONTGOMERY, Ala. —

Alabama 2022 Primary Election Runoff Results

The general election will be held on Nov. 8, 2022

Why was there a runoff election?

The Alabama Secretary of State's website explained it like this:

(D) If no candidate receives a majority of all the votes cast in the election for any one office or offices for the election to which there were more than two candidates, then the municipal governing body shall order a second or runoff election to be held on the fourth Tuesday following the regular election, at which election the two candidates having received the most and the second most votes, respectively, shall be candidates, and the individual receiving the highest number of votes for that office in the runoff election shall be declared elected.

(E) In the event one of the candidates for a particular office in the runoff election withdraws or dies, then there need not be a second or runoff election to fill the office. If there should be a tie vote cast at any runoff election, then in that event the tie shall be decided by the municipal governing body no later than 12:00 noon on the first Tuesday following the second or runoff election. A vote for a particular candidate by a majority of those members eligible to vote of the governing body shall be necessary to decide the election in his or her favor. If the municipal governing body fails to break the tie, the elected candidate shall be decided by lot by the judge of probate of the county where the city or town hall is located no later than 5:00 p.m. on the first Tuesday following the second or runoff election in the presence of the candidates and other electors who choose to be present.

(F) Any judge of probate who openly participated in the promotion of candidates in the election which resulted in a tie may not decide the outcome of the election and shall be disqualified to do so. The presiding circuit court judge in the county where the city or town hall is located shall replace the disqualified judge of probate and shall conduct the duties required herein.

(G) Within 10 days of canvassing the results, the municipal clerk shall file a copy of each certificate of election with all of the following:

(1) The office of the judge of probate of the county in which the city or town hall is situated. The judge of probate shall file the certificate in the same manner that he or she files the declaration of the result of elections to county offices.

(2) The Secretary of State.

(3) The Alabama League of Municipalities.

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Madison County, Alabama – Voting machines to be used in the 2022 Primary Election will be tested on Wednesday, May 18, 2022 beginning at 9:00AM. The test will be conducted at the W. T. Grant Building at 115 South Washington Street, Huntsville, Alabama. The general public is invited to attend. Those attending should enter at the rear basement entrance located at the northeast corner of the building. This test is pursuant to the Alabama Electronic Voting Committee Administrative Code Chapter 307-X-1-.04. 

Get ready for Election 2022 by checking out your sample ballot for the May 24 Primary Election.

Check your ID! Alabama has specific rules for what ID you are allowed to use to vote. Scroll down for more information.

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Election 2022 May Primary Election Sample Ballots

Click on your county below to see your sample ballot for the election on May 24, 2022.

                                                                                                                 Autauga
Democrat
Republican

Baldwin
Democrat
Republican

Barbour
Democrat
Republican

Bibb
Democrat
Republican

Blount
Democrat
Republican

Bullock
Democrat
Republican

Butler
Democrat
Republican

Calhoun
Democrat
Republican

Chambers
Democrat
Republican

Cherokee
Democrat
Republican

Chilton
Democrat
Republican

Choctaw
Democrat
Republican

Clarke
Democrat
Republican

Clay
Democrat
Republican

Cleburne
Democrat
Republican

Coffee
Democrat
Republican

Colbert
Democrat
Republican

Conecuh
Democrat
Republican

Coosa
Democrat
Republican

Covington
Democrat
Republican

Crenshaw
Democrat
Republican

Cullman
Democrat
Republican

Dale
Democrat
Republican

Dallas
Democrat
Republican

DeKalb
Democrat
Republican

Elmore
Democrat
Republican

Escambia
Democrat
Republican

Etowah
Democrat
Republican

Fayette
Democrat
Republican

Franklin
Democrat
Republican

Geneva
Democrat
Republican

Greene
Democrat
Republican

Hale
Democrat
Republican

Henry
Democrat
Republican

Houston
Democrat
Republican

Jackson
Democrat
Republican

Jefferson
Democrat
Republican

Lamar
Democrat
Republican

Lauderdale
Democrat
Republican

Lawrence
Democrat
Republican

Lee
Democrat
Republican

Limestone
Democrat
Republican

Lowndes
Democrat
Republican

Macon
Democrat
Republican

Madison
Democrat
Republican

Marengo
Democrat
Republican

Marion
Democrat
Republican

Marshall
Democrat
Republican

Mobile
Democrat
Republican

Monroe
Democrat
Republican

Montgomery
Democrat
Republican

Morgan
Democrat
Republican

Perry
Democrat
Republican

Pickens
Democrat
Republican

Pike
Democrat
Republican

Randolph
Democrat
Republican

Russell
Democrat
Republican

St. Clair
Democrat
Republican

Shelby
Democrat
Republican

Sumter
Democrat
Republican

Talladega
Democrat
Republican

Tallapoosa
Democrat
Republican

Tuscaloosa
Democrat
Republican

Walker
Democrat
Republican

Washington
Democrat
Republican

Wilcox
Democrat
Republican

Winston
Democrat
Republican 

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Valid ID at the Polls

A voter can use any of the following forms of photo ID at the polls starting June 3, 2014:

  • Valid Driver's License (not expired or has been expired less than 60 days)
  • Alabama Law Enforcement Agency Digital Driver's License
  • Valid Non-driver ID (not expired or has been expired less than 60 days)
  • Alabama Law Enforcement Agency Digital Non-driver ID
  • Valid Alabama Photo Voter ID
  • Valid State Issued ID (Alabama or any other state)
    • Valid AL Department of Corrections Release- Temporary ID (Photo Required)
    • Valid AL Movement/Booking Sheet from Prison/Jail System (Photo Required)
    • Valid Pistol Permit (Photo Required)
  • Valid Federal Issued ID
  • Valid US Passport
  • Valid Employee ID from Federal Government, State of Alabama, County Government, Municipality, Board, Authority, or other entity of this state
  • Valid student or employee ID from a college or university in the State of Alabama (including postgraduate technical or professional schools)
  • Valid Military ID
  • Valid Tribal ID

If a voter possesses any of these forms of ID, he/she is not eligible to receive a free Alabama photo voter ID card. The voter must bring one of these photo IDs to the polls on Election Day or place a copy of the ID in absentee ballot materials.

A voter who is required to present valid photo identification but who does not do so will be allowed to vote a provisional ballot as provided for by law.

In addition, a voter who does not have a valid photo ID in his or her possession at the polls shall be permitted to vote if the individual is positively identified by two election officials as a voter on the poll list who is eligible to vote and the election officials sign a sworn affidavit so stating.

For more information, download the Photo Voter ID Guide.

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