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ALABAMA

Your complete directory of Alabama candidates for Governor, United State Senator and Congress in the current election cycle ... state political parties ... the official state election office ... and state news sources.

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Alabama for Reagan - 1980

CANDIDATE DIRECTORY LEGEND:
Bold = Active Candidate
Italics = Potential Candidate
* = Incumbent
(Incumbent Party Listed First)
= Election Winner

Filing Deadline: February 9, 2018
Primary: June 5, 2018
Run-off: July 17, 2018

This page was last updated on May 25, 2017


STATE CONSTITUTIONAL OFFICERS:

GOVERNOR:
Kay Ivey (R)* - (Campaign Site)
Tommy Battle (R) - Huntsville Mayor, Ex-Huntsville City Councilman & Businessman

Bradley Byrne (R) - Congressman, Ex-State Community College System Chancellor & Ex-State Sen.
Young Boozer (R) - State Treasurer & Retired Banker

David Carrington (R) - Jefferson County Commissioner, Ex-Vestavia Hills City Councilman & Businessman
Twinkle Cavanaugh (R) - State Public Service Commission President & Animal Hospital Owner
Joshua Jones (R) - Businessman

Del Marsh (R) - State Senate President Pro Tem & Businessman

John McMillan (R) - State Agriculture Commissioner, Ex-State Rep. & Ex- Baldwin County Commissioner

John Merrill (R) - Secretary of State, Ex-State Rep. & Ex-Banker
Arthur Orr (R) - State Sen., Businessman, Attorney & Peace Corps Veteran
Martha Roby (R) - Congresswoman & Ex-Montgomery City Councilwoman
Sandy Stimpson (R) - Mobile Mayor, Retired Lumber Executive & Civil Engineer
Jim Zeigler (R) - State Auditor, Ex-PSC Commissioner & Attorney
Sue Bell Cobb (D) - Ex-Supreme Court Chief Justice & Ex-District Court Judge

Christopher Countryman (D) - Pastor, Ex-Juvenile Corrections Officer & Community Activist

Parker Griffith (D) - Ex-Congressman, Ex-State Sen., Physician & '14 Nominee
Mark Johnston (D) - Retired Christian Camp Director
Walt Maddox (D) - Tuscaloosa Mayor, Ex-Tuscaloosa City Councilman & Ex-Labor Organizer
Ron Sparks (D) - Ex-State Agriculture Commissioner, Ex-DeKalb County Commissioner & '10 Candidate

George Wallace for Governor

Next State Constitutional Officer Elections in 2018.

LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR:
VACANT

ATTORNEY GENERAL:
Steve Marshall (R)*

SECRETARY OF STATE:
John Merrill (R)* - (Campaign Site)

Don Siegelman for Governor  - 1998

STATE AUDITOR:
Jim Zeigler (R)* - (Campaign Site)

STATE TREASURER:
[ Young Boozer (R)* - Term-Limited in 2018. ]

STATE COMMISSIONER OF AGRICULTURE & INDUSTRIES:
[ John McMillan (R)* - Candidate for Governor in 2018. ]


STATE LEGISLATURE:

State House

State Senate


U.S. SENATOR:

SPECIAL ELECTION - 2017:
Filing Deadline: May 17, 2017
Primary: August 15, 2017 - Runoff: September 26, 2017 - General: December 12, 2017
Luther Strange (R)*
- (Campaign Site)
James Beretta (R) - Physician
Joseph Breault (R) - Chaplain, USAF Reserve Officer & '16 St. Rep. Candidate in Utah
Randy Brinson (R) - Ex-Alabama Christian Coalition President & Physician
Mo Brooks (R) - Congressman, Ex-Madison County Commissioner, Ex-State Rep., Ex-District Attorney
Dom Gentile (R) - Businessman

Mary Maxwell (R) - College Professor & Mathematician
Roy Moore (R) - Ex-Supreme Court Chief Justice, Religious Right Activist & '06/'10 Gov. Candidate
Bryan Peeples (R) - Businessman
Trip Pittman (R) - State Sen. & Businessman
Will Boyd (D) - Pastor, Ex-Greenville (IL) City Councilman, '10 Candidate & '16 US Rep. Nominee
Vann Caldwell (D) - Talladega County Constable, Security Company Owner & Democratic Activist
Jason Fisher (D) - Direct Marketing Consultant
Michael Hansen (D) - Envinronmental Activist

Doug Jones (D) - Ex-US Attorney
Robert Kennedy Jr. (D)
Brian McGee (D) - Retired Teacher & Vietnam War Veteran
Charles Nana (D) - Businessman & Biomedical Engineer

Jeremiah Denton for US Senate - 1980

Richard Shelby (R)* - (Campaign Site) - Next Election in 2022.


U.S. CONGRESS:

District 1:
Bradley Byrne (R)*
- (Campaign Site)

District 2:
Martha Roby (R)*
- (Campaign Site)
Barry Moore (R) - State Rep.

Jack Edwards for Congress

District 3:
Mike Rogers (R)* - (Campaign Site)

District 4:
Robert Aderholt (R)*- (Campaign Site)
Phil Norris (R) - Nuclear Technologist, Ex-Financial Consultant, Navy Veteran & '16 Candidate

District 5:
Mo Brooks (R)* - (Campaign Site)
Stacy George (R) - Ex-Morgan County Commissioner, State Correctional Officer & '14 Gov. Candidate
Butler Cain (D) - College Professor
Michael Sweeney (D) - Retired Commercial Photographer, Ex-Realtor & Navy Veteran

Howell Heflin - 1978

District 6:
Gary Palmer (R)* - (Campaign Site)
Danner Kline (D) - Craft Beer Distribution Manager

District 7:
Terri Sewell (D)* - (Campaign Site)
Richard Rice (D) - Attorney & Progressive Activist


STATE POLITICAL PARTIES:

Richard Shelby for Congress

Constitution Party of Alabama
Alabama Democratic Party
Alabama Green Party
Libertarian Party of Alabama
Reform Party of Alabama
Alabama Republican Party


STATE ELECTION OFFICE:

Secretary of State's Office

AlabamaVotes.gov


Guy Hunt for Governor - 1990

STATE NEWS SOURCES:

AL.com - (Politics)
Alabama Political Reporter
Alexander City Outlook
Andalusia Star News
Anniston Star
Birmingham News
Clanton Advertiser
Cullman Times
Decatur Daily
Demopolis Times
Dothan Eagle
Enterprise Ledger
Florence Times Daily
Fort Payne Times Journal
Gadsden Times
Huntsville Times
Jasper Daily Mountain Eagle
Lanett Valley Times
Mobile Register
Montgomery Advertiser
Opelika-Auburn News
Scottsboro Daily Sentinel
Selma Times-Journal
Talladega Daily Home
Troy Messenger
Tuscaloosa News
Yellowhammer News (Conservative)

Alabama Public Television (APT)
WBRC TV-6 (Fox - Birmingham)
WVTM TV-13 (NBC - Birmingham)
WAAY TV-31 (ABC - Huntsville)
WAFF TV-48 (Huntsville)
WHNT TV-19 (CBS - Huntsville)
WPMI TV-15 (NBC - Mobile)
WAKA TV-8 (ABC - Montgomery)
WSFA TV-12 (NBC - Montgomery)

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