Alabama Special Senate Republican Primary Run Off Election 2017 Results Live Voting

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Alabama Special Senate Republican Primary Run Off Election 2017 Results Live Voting

Alabama Special Senate Primary Election Date: primary August 15 and runoff September 26

 

A special Primary Election for the United States Senate in Alabama is scheduled to be held on December 12, 2017 to choose Senator Jeff Sessions' successor and to complete the Senate term through January 2021. Sessions was confirmed by the Senate to serve as United States Attorney General on February 8, 2017, and subsequently resigned from the Senate.

Governor Robert J. Bentley chose Luther Strange, the Attorney General of Alabama, to succeed Sessions, filling the seat until the special Primary Election takes place. Although he had the power to schedule an Primary Election in 2017, Bentley initially decided to align it with the 2018 general Primary Election, before Kay Ivey, his successor, later moved the date up to December 12, 2017, scheduling the primary for August 15 and runoff for September 26.
Robert B. Aderholt, a member of the United States House of Representatives, had asked to be appointed to the seat. Representative Mo Brooks had also expressed interest in the seat, while Strange had stated before being selected that he would run for the seat in the special Primary Election whether or not he was appointed. Other potential choices Bentley interviewed for the appointment include Del Marsh, the President Pro Tem of the Alabama Senate, Roy Moore, the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Alabama, and Jim Byard, the director of the Alabama Department of Economic and Community Affairs

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Alabama Special Senate Primary Election 2017 Voting Live

  1. A Republican Party primary runoff for the U.S. Senate seat from Alabama is being held on September 26, 2017. Former chief justice Roy Moore and incumbent Sen. Luther Strange will face off in September after securing the top two slots in the August 15, 2017 primary. The runoff was triggered after no candidate in the primary election received more than 50 percent of the vote. The winner of the runoff will face Doug Jones in the general election on December 12, 2017.
  2. Primary Would be held on 15th August and a runoff on September 26, December 12 is the Primary Election date given by new Governor of Alabama Kay Ivey who took charge on April 10 2017 after resignation of 2 time governor Robert Bentley.

Republican Alabama Special Senate Primary Run Off Election 2017 Results Live 

Roy Moore wins Alabama GOP primary runoff for U.S. Senate, defeating Luther Strange

Candidate

Vote Pct.
Moore Roy Moore  262204 54.60%
 Luther Strange 218066 45.40%

Democratic Alabama Special Senate Primary Election 2017 Results Live

Alabama US Senate Democratic Primary
Candidate Percent Votes
Doug Jones   63.40% 90710
Robert Kennedy, Jr    19.00% 27153
Michael Hansen    7.10% 10158
Will Boyd    5.40% 7674
Jason Fisher    2.40% 3382
Brian McGee    1.00% 1376
Charles Nana    0.90% 1336
Vann Caldwell    0.80% 1176
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Republican Alabama Special Senate Primary Election 2017 Results Live

Since no Candidate received more than 50% votes a Run off election is being held on 26th september.

Alabama US Senate Republican Primary
Candidate Percent Votes
Roy S Moore    39.40% 156447
Luther Strange    32.10% 127395
Mo Brooks    19.70% 78277
Trip Pittman    7.00% 27738
Randy Brinson    0.60% 2556
Bryan Peeples    0.40% 1510
Mary Maxwell    0.40% 1504
James Beretta    0.30% 1030
Dom Gentile    0.10% 298
Joseph F Breault    0.10% 247

 



Alabama Special Senate Primary Election 2017 Voting Live

Voting will take place on August 15th for primary Primary Election, with runoff on 26th September.

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Alabama Special Senate Primary Election 2017 Candidates

Republican Party
Declared

  1. Ed Henry, State Representative
  2. Luther Strange, incumbent U.S. Senator

Potential

  1. Robert Aderholt, U.S. Representative
  2. Mo Brooks, U.S. Representative
  3. Jim Byard, Director of the Department of Economic and Community Affairs
  4. Bill Hightower, State Senator
  5. Perry O. Hooper, Jr., former State Representative
  6. Tim James, businessman and candidate for Governor in 2002 and
  7. Julie Magee, Commissioner of Revenue
  8. Del Marsh, President Pro Tempore of the State Senate
  9. Jonathan McConnell, businessman and candidate for the U.S. Senate in
  10. Roy Moore, Chief Justice of the Alabama Supreme Court
  11. Glenn Murdock, Associate Justice of the Alabama Supreme Court
  12. Arthur Orr, State Senator
  13. Gary Palmer, U.S. Representative
  14. Trip Pittman, State Senator
  15. Bill Poole, State Representative
  16. Jimmy Rane, businessman
  17. Greg Reed, State Senator
  18. Martha Roby, U.S. Representative
  19. Connie Rowe, State Representative
  20. Cam Ward, State Senator
  21. Phil Williams, State Senator
  22. Democratic primary

Declared

  1. Ron Crumpton, activist, nominee for the State Senate in 2014 and nominee for the U.S. Senate in

 


Alabama Special Senate Primary Election 2017 Opinion Poll

 

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