Alabama U.S. Senate Primary Election Results

Republican Primary

Runoff

Katie Britt and Mo Brooks have advanced to a runoff.

Race called by The Associated Press.

Updated June 15, 2022
91% reported
Candidate Votes Pct.
Katie Britt
288,762 +44.7% 44.7%
Mo Brooks
188,126 +29.2% 29.2
Mike Durant
150,520 +23.3% 23.3
Total reported
645,314

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Results by county

County Britt Brooks Durant Total votes Est. rpt.
Jefferson 41% 34% 23% 58,835 92%
Madison 36 40 21 50,633 >95%
Mobile 49 28 19 39,858 >95%
Baldwin 46 29 21 34,942 >95%
Shelby 36 36 25 34,788 86%
Morgan 37 38 23 19,360 89%
Tuscaloosa 49 27 22 19,013 >95%
Limestone 38 38 22 18,773 >95%
Cullman 39 30 29 17,206 >95%
Montgomery 50 26 22 16,426 >95%
Houston 57 20 20 16,057 92%
Lee 55 22 18 15,822 >95%
Etowah 46 24 27 15,617 92%
Lauderdale 41 33 24 15,177 >95%
Calhoun 44 24 29 14,785 92%
St. Clair 37 33 28 14,493 83%
Marshall 47 25 25 14,144 >95%
Elmore 39 31 27 13,934 92%
Walker 40 29 27 12,715 >95%
DeKalb 53 21 23 12,000 >95%
Autauga 41 27 29 9,743 >95%
Coffee 63 20 15 9,438 >95%
Blount 34 36 27 9,428 >95%
Talladega 41 28 28 9,030 92%
Covington 49 21 27 8,872 >95%
Colbert 45 27 25 8,844 >95%
Jackson 47 28 22 8,395 >95%
Chilton 41 31 26 7,913 >95%
Tallapoosa 50 19 29 7,361 93%
Lawrence 42 34 22 6,270 >95%
Dale 56 22 20 6,260 >95%
Winston 40 29 27 5,723 >95%
Geneva 56 20 22 5,706 >95%
Marion 48 22 26 5,529 87%
Fayette 46 25 26 4,873 >95%
Franklin 55 22 21 4,790 92%
Cherokee 52 19 25 4,723 92%
Washington 58 19 19 4,346 >95%
Escambia 51 25 21 4,256 >95%
Chambers 51 24 20 4,115 >95%
Pike 58 17 23 4,023 >95%
Clarke 64 19 16 4,004 90%
Henry 62 19 17 3,759 >95%
Pickens 52 22 24 3,643 >95%
Bibb 39 31 27 3,449 >95%
Cleburne 48 24 24 3,410 >95%
Clay 47 24 25 3,325 >95%
Randolph 48 25 24 3,216 >95%
Butler 47 23 29 2,792 92%
Russell 49 23 23 2,706 >95%
Crenshaw 47 23 27 2,652 >95%
Choctaw 57 24 9 2,564 >95%
Lamar 44 28 24 2,409 89%
Monroe 50 27 21 2,266 >95%
Coosa 42 30 25 2,164 >95%
Barbour 56 20 22 2,119 >95%
Conecuh 52 24 22 1,059 78%
Hale 48 29 21 939 >95%
Marengo 50 23 24 934 >95%
Wilcox 54 21 24 615 >95%
Macon 47 25 25 605 >95%
Lowndes 41 29 28 540 >95%
Perry 43 26 30 531 92%
Dallas 42 23 33 528 >95%
Bullock 45 26 27 300 92%
Greene 49 24 24 291 >95%
Sumter 66 18 14 278 92%

Analysis From Our Reporters

  • Azi Paybarah
    Azi Paybarah May 25, 2022

    Dr. Rich McCormick and Jake Evans, whom Donald Trump endorsed, are heading to a runoff for an open and newly drawn congressional seat in Georgia. McCormick narrowly lost a House race in Georgia in 2020 and Evans is the son of Randy Evans, Trump’s former ambassador to Luxembourg.

  • Trip Gabriel
    Trip Gabriel, Reporting from Huntsville, Ala. May 24, 2022

    Late polls in the Alabama Senate race showed Katie Britt with a lead of 2 to 8 points over Mo Brooks, with around 10 percent undecided. Her margin tonight is looking like it will be easily in double digits. She picked up many of the undecideds, which bodes well for a likely runoff.

  • Nick Corasaniti
    Nick Corasaniti May 24, 2022

    Raffensperger has remained just above 51 percent with 81 percent of votes counted, still safe from a runoff. The majority of remaining votes are from Cobb, Gwinnett, DeKalb and Forsyth, all counties where Raffensperger has a more than 20-point lead.

  • Katie Glueck
    Katie Glueck, Reporting from Peachtree Corners, Ga. May 24, 2022

    McBath, whose son was shot and killed in 2012, describes the “singular fear,” the “all-consuming fear” that parents feel about their children’s safety, as she alludes to the pain parents in Texas are feeling tonight.

  • Katie Glueck
    Katie Glueck, Reporting from Peachtree Corners, Ga. May 24, 2022

    McBath has arrived at her victory party and receives a standing ovation.

  • Katie Glueck
    Katie Glueck, Reporting from Peachtree Corners, Ga. May 24, 2022

    Some attendees at McBath’s watch party are wearing Moms Demand Action shirts, a nod to the gun violence prevention group. At least one has lost a child to gun violence, as Ms. McBath did.

  • Maya King
    Maya King, Reporting from Atlanta. May 24, 2022

    Brian Kemp’s daughter Amy Porter is introducing her father in a tearful address to supporters. She thanked everyone for their support and talked about the family’s role in his campaign — they’ve traveled across the state alongside him.

  • Maya King
    Maya King, Reporting from Atlanta. May 24, 2022

    The television screens at Brian Kemp’s election watch party are on now. It is showing a highlight reel of Mr. Kemp’s campaign over the last year.

  • Jennifer Medina
    Jennifer Medina May 24, 2022

    Tonight could be a big rebuke for Trump as a would-be kingmaker. Kemp has already scored an easy win against the former president’s chosen candidate, and a Raffensperger victory would be a vindication for those who want to move on from 2020.

  • Jonathan Weisman
    Jonathan Weisman, Reporting from Atlanta. May 24, 2022

    Before Herschel Walker was to claim his victory, his best friend said he had a special guest on the phone, former President Donald J. Trump. But when they patched him through, they got a busy signal. Now the event is on hold for Mr. Trump.

  • Nick Corasaniti
    Nick Corasaniti May 24, 2022

    Though Raffensperger appears to be maintaining a comfortable lead over Hice, the magic number is staying above the 50 percent threshold to avoid a runoff. He’s at 50.4 percent with 33 percent of precincts reporting.

  • Trip Gabriel
    Trip Gabriel, Reporting from Huntsville, Ala. May 24, 2022

    At Mo Brooks’s watch party, a supporter took the stage to announce that results would be a while in coming in, but “we expect really good news tonight.”

  • Maya King
    Maya King, Reporting from Atlanta. May 24, 2022

    There are no TV screens at Brian Kemp’s election night watch party. So even though the race has been called for him, it’s unclear whether the hundreds of folks in attendance know that’s the case.

  • Nick Corasaniti
    Nick Corasaniti May 24, 2022

    Though not quite keeping pace with Kemp, Raffensperger is doing well in counties where Kemp is maintaining a significant lead. So is Chris Carr, the Republican candidate for attorney general running against John Gordon, the Trump-endorsed candidate.

  • Jonathan Weisman
    Jonathan Weisman, Reporting from Atlanta. May 24, 2022

    A huge roar in the stately ballroom of the Georgian Terrace Hotel when Herschel Walker’s victory is announced, but the football hero will not address the gathering until after President Biden addresses the nation on the horrific shooting in Texas.

  • Katie Glueck
    Katie Glueck, Reporting from Peachtree Corners, Ga. May 24, 2022

    Warnock is regarded as a strong candidate. But Democrats worry about the challenges facing even their most politically skilled, best-resourced contenders in this challenging national environment for their party.

  • Reid Epstein
    Reid Epstein, Reporting from Peachtree Corners, Ga. May 24, 2022

    Last week, in an interview with The Times, David Perdue guaranteed he wouldn’t lose by 30 points. So far, he’s spot on – Mr. Perdue is trailing Gov. Brian Kemp by 50 points.

  • Nate Cohn
    Nate Cohn May 24, 2022

    The more interesting result there? Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger up by a mere 50 to 42 percent. The polls showed a much tighter race in the secretary of state contest, and that kind of result in Richmond County already starts to raise the possibility of a runoff.

  • Katie Glueck
    Katie Glueck, Reporting from Peachtree Corners, Ga. May 24, 2022

    Stacey Abrams’s race will test the degree to which a strong political brand can mitigate challenging national headwinds for Democratic candidates.

  • Reid Epstein
    Reid Epstein, Reporting from Peachtree Corners, Ga. May 24, 2022

    Brad Raffensperger, Georgia’s secretary of state, is expected in about an hour at his campaign party at a restaurant in Peachtree Corners, an upscale planned community in Gwinnett County.

Democratic Primary

Winner

Will Boyd wins the Democratic primary.

Race called by The Associated Press.

Updated May 26, 2022
88% reported
Candidate Votes Pct.
Will Boyd
107,373 +63.7% 63.7%
Brandaun Dean
32,792 +19.5% 19.5
Lanny Jackson
28,333 +16.8% 16.8
Total reported
168,498

Results by county

County Boyd Dean Jackson Total votes Est. rpt.
Jefferson 65% 20% 15% 44,413 92%
Montgomery 66 23 11 15,088 >95%
Mobile 53 25 22 12,234 >95%
Madison 66 19 15 11,444 >95%
Dallas 66 17 17 6,837 >95%
Tuscaloosa 59 22 19 4,957 >95%
Lee 62 19 19 3,778 >95%
Shelby 57 25 19 3,448 >95%
Marengo 67 14 19 2,996 >95%
Macon 73 15 12 2,831 >95%
Wilcox 73 15 12 2,558 >95%
Talladega 71 15 13 2,327 >95%
Calhoun 67 18 15 2,279 92%
Russell 45 23 32 2,168 >95%
Lowndes 73 14 13 2,099 >95%
Houston 48 26 26 2,076 >95%
Greene 66 16 17 2,060 >95%
Baldwin 58 21 21 2,008 >95%
Clarke 72 12 16 2,004 90%
Etowah 67 16 17 2,002 92%
Limestone 65 17 18 1,934 >95%
Sumter 64 12 24 1,867 >95%
Bullock 64 13 23 1,809 92%
Perry 58 12 30 1,804 >95%
Hale 66 15 19 1,789 92%
Colbert 78 9 14 1,770 >95%
Lauderdale 74 10 16 1,627 >95%
Barbour 72 11 17 1,593 88%
Morgan 63 15 22 1,577 33%
Monroe 59 28 13 1,572 >95%
Elmore 59 23 18 1,463 >95%
Conecuh 71 16 13 1,441 52%
Autauga 57 22 21 1,238 >95%
Pickens 58 20 22 1,110 >95%
Butler 79 13 8 1,072 92%
Pike 70 17 13 1,054 >95%
Choctaw 60 19 21 1,041 >95%
Tallapoosa 69 15 16 1,010 >95%
Chambers 63 14 23 918 92%
Lawrence 71 12 16 915 >95%
St. Clair 61 21 18 894 >95%
Henry 59 15 26 823 70%
Coffee 65 18 17 785 >95%
Dale 63 17 20 784 44%
Escambia 62 24 14 702 37%
Marshall 62 19 19 543 >95%
Walker 52 22 26 489 26%
Coosa 57 21 22 463 >95%
Bibb 57 19 23 393 >95%
DeKalb 54 20 26 383 >95%
Chilton 59 21 20 375 >95%
Jackson 62 18 20 353 >95%
Cullman 58 22 20 348 >95%
Washington 71 16 13 348 >95%
Covington 60 21 19 317 >95%
Randolph 68 17 15 312 >95%
Franklin 60 7 33 299 92%
Crenshaw 74 15 11 277 >95%
Geneva 66 16 18 227 39%
Blount 62 23 15 215 92%
Cherokee 58 18 24 201 92%
Fayette 54 18 28 165 >95%
Marion 58 21 20 142 >95%
Lamar 51 23 26 137 >95%
Clay 55 23 23 133 >95%
Winston 52 26 22 92 >95%
Cleburne 56 22 22 87 >95%