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Daniel……Alabama Primary Election Results ……

Hello Folks and Good Afternoon!

Here is a Review of the Alabama Primary Election Results:

Alabama Governor

Democratic Primary

State Agriculture Commissioner Ron Sparks  199,558 Votes =  62,4 %
U. S. Representative Arthur Davis  120,050 Votes =  37,6 %

Republican Primary

Bradley Byrne  137,349 Votes =  27,9 %
Robert Bentley  123,870 Votes =  25,2 %
Tim James  123,662 Votes =  25,1 %
Roy Moore  95.078 Votes =  19,3 %
Bill Johnson  8,350 Votes =  1,7 %
Charles Taylor  2,622 Votes =  0,5 %
James Potts  1,549 Votes =  0,3 %

News:

Various Alabama Outlets including the Montgomery Advertiser reporting that the Republican Primary for Governor in Alabama will likely headed to a RECOUNT.
Robert Bentley leads Tim James for the second Run-Off Spot by a mere 208 Votes out of 492,480 Votes Cast Statewide. The Margin is 0,1 Percentage Points.

http://www.montgomeryadvertiser.com/

http://www.montgomeryadvertiser.com/article/20100602/NEWS/100602006/Recount+will+determine+GOP+runoff+in+Alabama+governor+s+race

Alabama United States Senate

Democratic Primary

William Barnes  160,737 Votes =  60,8 %
Simone De Moore  103,784 Votes =  39,2 %

Republican Primary

Incumbent Senator Richard C. Shelby  405,042 Votes =  84,4 %
Clint Moser  75,147 Votes =  15,6 %

Alabama 1st Congressional District

Republican Primary

Incumbent U. S. Rep. Jo Bonner  56,868 Votes =  75,2 %
Peter Gounares  18,705 Votes =  24,8 %

Alabama 2nd Congressional District

Republican Primary

Martha Roby  36,266 Votes =  48,6 %
Rick Barber  21,290 Votes =  28,5 %
Stephanie Bell 13,780 Votes =  18,5 %
John McKinney  3,346 Votes =  4,5 %

Roby & Barber are in a July 13th Run-Off Election.

Alabama 5th Congressional District (U. S. Rep. Parker Griffith switched Parties BUT lost the Republican Primary)

Republican Primary

Maurice “Mo” Brooks  35,712 Votes =  50,8 %
Incumbent U. S. Rep. Parker Griffith  23,495 Votes =  33,4 %
Lester “Les” Phillip  11,066 Votes =  15,7 %

Democratic Primary

Steve Raby  27,694 Votes =  61,6 %
Taze Shepard  10,230 Votes =  22,8 %
Mitchell Howie  5,270 Votes =  11,7 %
David Maker  1,747 Votes =  3,9 %

Alabama 6th Congressional District

Republican Primary

Incumbent U. S. Rep. Spencer Bachus  80,687 Votes =  75,6 %
Stan Cooke  25,985 Votes =  24,4 %

Alabama 7th Congressional District (Open Seat)

Democratic Primary

Terri Sewell  31,489 Votes =  36,8 %
Shelia Smoot  24,376 Votes =  28,5 %
Earl Hilliard  22,937 Votes =  26,8 %
Martha Bozeman  6,662 Votes =  7,8 %

Sewell & Smoot are in a July 13th Run-Off Election.

Republican Primary

Don Chamberlain  6,161 Votes =  37,6 %
Chris Salter  4,823 Votes =  29,4 %
Michele Waller  2,800 Votes =  17,1 %
Carol Hendrickson  2,607 Votes =  15,9 %

Chamberlain & Salter are in a Junly 13th Run-Off Election.

Daniel G.

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9 Comments »

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  2. Daniel G., I gotta give Sparks credit, he hung in there and got a major push in campaign contributions and also closed the gap in the polls during the last days in the primary campaign.

    Davis’ political career is OVER most likely come January 2011.

    The GOP nominee (whoever it is in the July 13th runoff) will be bringing the U-haul truck to the Alabama Governor’s Mansion on January 17, 2011.

    I’m backing the REPUBLICAN nominee for Alabama Governor now.

    Comment by Conservative Democrat | June 2, 2010 | Reply

    • Nice to hear that you’re backing the GOP Nominee now.

      Comment by Daniel G. | June 2, 2010 | Reply

  3. State Agriculture Commissioner Ron Sparks 199,558 Votes = 62,4 %
    U. S. Representative Arthur Davis 120,050 Votes = 37,6 %
    ————

    All things considered.. close race

    Comment by Timothy Leal | June 2, 2010 | Reply

  4. He, he, he…Yea real close?

    Comment by jamesb101 | June 2, 2010 | Reply

  5. Gee Conservative “Democrat”

    All the loyalty of a dog I see

    At least no more rubbish about Davis being the next Governor

    Goofey from the start

    And of course typical silliness from Leal

    Comment by My Name Is jack | June 2, 2010 | Reply

  6. Jack, I think Davis should have stuck it out in the House until 2014 to run for the Alabama Governor’s Mansion or United States Senator instead, but he BLEW it by making a mistake of ignoring his Democratic base this year.

    He even said he’s DEAD politically forever.

    Comment by Conservative Democrat | June 4, 2010 | Reply

  7. No back-up plan….Huh?

    Comment by jamesb101 | June 4, 2010 | Reply

  8. Yeah, it’s good, very useful, thanks 🙂

    Comment by Rayleigh | June 5, 2010 | Reply


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