Primary Run-off Election Results from June 21, 2022 (Unofficial)

Unofficial DeKalb County and statewide results sourced from DeKalb County election officials and the Alabama Secretary of State. Provisional ballots will be reviewed by county election officials on Tuesday, June 28, 2022 as the results are officially certified.

DeKalb County Unofficial Primary Runoff Election Results from June 21, 2022

Turnout: 5,491 out of 45,176 (12.15%) registered voters

Ballots cast in Republican Primary: 5,398 (98.31%) | Ballots cast in Democratic Primary: 93 (1.69%) | Statewide total ballots cast: 417,983 (11.46%)

The first number below is the total number of votes cast in DeKalb County (including absentees) and the percentage. The second number represents unofficial statewide results sourced from the Alabama Secretary of State and Alabama’s Probate Judges reporting to alabamavotes.gov. Provisional ballots will be reviewed by county election officials on Tuesday, June 28, 2022 as the results are officially certified.

Governor (Democrat)

  • Yolanda Rochelle Flowers: 56 (60.22%) – 54.42% statewide
  • Malika Sanders Fortier: 37 (39.78%) – 45.58% statewide

Yolanda Flowers will run against Republican incumbent Kay Ivey and Libertarian James “Jimmy” Blake in the November General Election.

United States Senator (Republican)

  • Katie Britt: 3,977 (73.94%) – 64.37% statewide
  • Mo Brooks: 1,402 (26.06%) – 35.63% statewide

Incumbent Richard Shelby did not seek re-election. Katie Britt will take on Democrat Will Boyd and Libertarian John Sophocleus in the November General Election.

Secretary of State (Republican)

  • Wes Allen: 3,408 (66.92%) – 64.78% statewide
  • Jim Zeigler: 1,685 (33.08%) – 35.22% statewide

Wes Allen will compete against Democrat Pamela J. Laffitte and Libertarian Jason “Matt” Shelby in the November General Election.

State Auditor (Republican)

  • Stan Cooke: 1,962 (40.19%) – 41.87% statewide
  • Andrew Sorrell: 2,920 (59.81%) – 58.13% statewide

Andrew Sorrell faces Libertarian candidate Leigh Lachine in the November General Election.

Public Service Commission, Place 1:

  • Jeremy H. Oden: 2,420 (52.37%) – 52.47% statewide
  • Brent Woodall: 2,201 (47.63%) – 47.53% statewide

Jeremy Oden is on the ballot against Libertarian candidate Ron Bishop in the November General Election.

Public Service Commission, Place 2:

  • Chip Beeker: 2,734 (58.13%) – 62.73% statewide
  • Robert L. McCollum: 1,969 (41.87%) – 37.27% statewide

Chip Beeker will run against Libertarian candidate Laura Lane in the November General Election.

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