Alabama Senate election dates and Voting Live

Alabama Senate election dates and Voting Live 2020 
Alabama Senate election Dates 2020
Alabama Senate election​ Date: March 3, 2020​ 

Alabama Senate election Voting Live

Incumbent Democrat Doug Jones was elected in a special election in 2017, narrowly defeating Republican nominee Roy Moore. Jones is running for his first full term as a senator.


Alabama Senate election dates and Voting Live 2020 

2017 Republican special election nominee Roy Moore will seek a rematch with Jones. Former senator and attorney general Jeff Sessions is running to return to the seat he occupied until 2017 when he resigned to become attorney general.

Other Republican candidates include evangelist Stanley Adair, Congressman Bradley Byrne, state representative Arnold Mooney, community activist Ruth Page Nelson, and former Auburn University football head coach Tommy Tuberville. Secretary of State John Merrill was also a candidate but has suspended his campaign. Independent candidates include Mike Parrish, Jarmal Sanders, and Marcus Williams.


The Electoral system of Alabama

  • In Alabama, state legislators (including senators and representatives) are elected via plurality vote in single-winner contests.
  • State executive officers (including the governor, secretary of state, etc.) are elected via plurality vote in single-winner contests.
  • United States Senators and Representatives are also elected via plurality vote in single-winner contests

Alabama Senate election Party and candidate

  • Stanley Adair (Republican)
  • Bradley Byrne (Republican)
  • Doug Jones (Democratic)
  • Arnold Mooney (Republican)
  • Roy Moore (Republican)
  • Ruth Page Nelson (Republican)
  • Mike Parrish (Independent)
  • Jarmal Sanders (Independent)
  • Jeff Sessions (Republican)
  • Tommy Tuberville (Republican)
  • Marcus Williams (Independent)

Alabama Elections Results

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 Past Alabama Elections Results 

Party

Candidate

Votes

%

 

Democratic

Doug Jones

109,105

66.1

 

Democratic

Robert Kennedy Jr.

29,215

17.7

 

Democratic

Michael Hansen

11,105

6.7

 

Democratic

Will Boyd

8,010

4.9

 

Democratic

Jason Fisher

3,478

2.1

 

Democratic

Brian McGee

1,450

0.9

 

Democratic

Charles Nana

1,404

0.9

 

Democratic

Vann Caldwell

1,239

0.8

Total votes

165,006

100.0%