Fayette County Revenue Commissioner was won by Ruby Porter with 63% of the vote and 2,808 ballots, while Marion Dodson scored 37% with 1,641 ballots. Click here. WTVY Reporters will also have extensive coverage of the most hotly contested races across the area. Choose a county from the list below to see election results from that county. Election results from AlabamaNews.net. Check back for election results! Estimated vote counts are provided by the Associated Press and informed by past turnout, advance votes cast and early returns. For County Commission District 6, Valerie Branyon won with 54% of the vote and 172 ballots, while James McAlpin picked up 46% of the vote and 148 ballots. Get real-time election results for the local races across Fayette County and Alabama. ELECTION RESULTS: Alabama municipal elections. 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Democrats are favored to keep control of the House in November, though Republicans hold a majority of state delegations. Two Republican races in Fayette County are likely headed for a runoff in the wake of the March 3 primary election. Masks are required. Alabama law requires polls to be open from 7 a.m.-7 … Please be patient throughout the evening and continue to check this page and the hyperlinks for Alabama’s county by county election results. We are covering a few dozen of them in our area. Duckworth garnered 29% of the vote and 273 ballots. Also running were James Knight with 24% of the votes and 200 ballots and Kevin Morrison with 11% of the vote and 89 ballots. Posted: Aug 24, 2020 11:30 PM Support local journalism: Our election results are free for everyone to view. Place 2 - Ronnie L. Whitehead, Benji McWaters, Place 3 - Alan Anderson, Gerald L. Williams, Place 4 - Terry A. Smith, Blake Rosenkoetter, Place 5 - Jimmy R. Weems, James Edward Smith, Richard Bolden, Mayor - Rhonda B. Freeman, Robert L. Hunter, Jessie Ingram, District 3 - Jimmy Windsor (Thacky), Linda W. Smith, District 4 - Calvin Van Granger, Grady Morris Adams, Place 1 - Marcus Davis, John Langley Tyson, Mayor - John Hughes, Greg Adams, David Hayes, District 1 - Rufus Lee (i), Charlie Harris, District 2 - Freddy McCoy (i), Tashara Martinestz, District 3 - Charles W. Fleming Jr., Kimberly Wesley Gillespie, District 4 - Ryan Tidwell (i), Jason Gerstner, Raymond Terry, District 6 - Joe Buchinsky, Hobie L. Dixon, Mike Fountain, District 7 - Mike Bryan, Daniel L. Coleman, Todd Mote. Tweet; Share. Green, Sara Hamm, District 1: Tony L. Robertson, Ben Garrison, District 4: Logan Mitchell, Kaloeb Morris, John Wayne Robinson, District 5: Barbara C. Flurry, Wes Register, Rosalind Skipper Rice, District 2: Kennith Mount, Michael Veasey, District 1: Robert Jones, Sharon McSwain-Holland, District 4: Stephanie Baker, Caleb Dawson, Mayor: Isabell “Fronnie” Boyd, Anthony T. Foster, Mike McNally, Jimmy Ramage, Rodney Wilson, District 1: Lynette Andrews, Betty Baxter, Gerald Holland, Johnny Turvin, District 2: Charlie Bell, Jessica Collier, Stacy Flournoy, Alexandria M. Griffin, Latisher Hall, District 3: Henry “Hendock” Everett, Angie Kelly, Margaret E. Ross, District 4: Byron Gaynor, Paula “Wilson” Hall, District 5: Christopher Foster, James (Sid) Jones, Marilyn “Munchie” Rodgers, Man faces child porn charges after officers raid his home, Police: Ala. woman beat son badly then sent him to school, Early County's Makayla Timpson signs with Florida State, Five Dothan Wolves sign to play college ball, Bill would force merchants to use coins for change. WTVY Election Headquarters (Source: WTVY) By WTVY Staff and WSFA Staff. All rights reserved. Man Sentenced to 20 Years for 2017 Shooting in Fayette County, Expectation-Filled Season Approaching for Bama Hoops, Libraries Enduring Budget Cuts as New Fiscal Year Begins, Alabama’s Safer at Home Order Isn’t Going Anywhere Just Yet, Capstone Agency Gives Back to Community with CreateAthon, Election Aftermath: What Does a Democratic President Mean For AlabamaE, Tuscaloosa COVID Surge Causing Concern Ahead of Major Holidays, Spirit of Alabama: Crimsonettes Not Letting COVID Keep Them from Performing, Superintendent: Tuscaloosa County Schools’ COVID Numbers Not Cause for Concern. Polls will be open from 7 AM to 7 PM Central Time. Help us improve. Alabama and Fayette County Primary Election Results . Fayette County Revenue Commissioner was won by Ruby Porter with 63% of the vote and 2,808 ballots, while Marion Dodson scored 37% with 1,641 ballots. District 5 of the Fayette County Board of Education narrowly avoided a runoff with Julie Stough at 50.19% of the vote and 395 votes. Election results provided by the Associated Press. The current members of the U.S. Senate from Alabamaare: To view a map of U.S. House districts in Alabama and find your representative, click here. WTVY Reporters will also have extensive coverage of the most hotly contested races across the area. District 1 - Melissa Clements, Larry Hillard, Sr. District 2 -Debbie Neal, Roy Smith, Ted Thompson, Lester Williams, Jr. District 3 - Trey Enfinger, Zane Fowler, Ken Hales, Ashley Tate, District 4 - Paul Blount, Brandon Watford, Place 5 - Travis J Garrett (i), Tim Hatcher, Mayor - Tom Vickers (i), Milton (Jimmy) Harris, Place 5 - Barbara Williams, James (Jamie) Conner, Jasmine Robinson, Mayor - Bob Bunting (i), Mark Blankenship, Chaddwick Crews, and Dion Robinson, Place 1 - Frank Garret (i), Leah Harlow and Rachel Hauser, Place 4 - Brenda Simechak (i) and Steve Price, Place 5 - Stanley Enfinger (i) and Frankey Peterman, Mayor - Jayme Stayton (i), Charles Wigglesworth, Council Seats - Scott Moore (i), Bobby R. Hardrick (i), Katheryne Magwood Horace (i), Alicia “Jo” Reese (i), Alan Souders (i), Joel Adams, Jimmy Monk, James Roberts, Frank Sanders, Kevin Turley. 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If that county does not have a hyperlink to election results, it is because those results have not yet been provided to us by the Probate Judge of that county. 1000 Monte Sano Blvd Huntsville, AL 35801 USA(256) 539-3131, All content © copyright WAAY. Voters from towns and cities across Alabama will head to the polls today to elect a host of municipal leaders. Copyright 2020 WSFA 12 News. The winners of these elections — or the runoff election May 31 — will be on the ballots again in the Nov. 3 general election. Relating to Fayette County, proposing an amendment to the Constitution of Alabama of 1901, to provide for the levy of an additional fire protection ad valorem tax of three mills on real property to be paid to the Fayette County Firefighters Association to be distributed equally among the paid and volunteer fire departments in the county (Proposed by Act 2020-89) Get In Touch With Us. For County Commission District 2, Shane Hughes bested Mark Duckworth with 71% of the vote and 684 ballots. If a district/place is missing from the list below, it means either the position was not up for an election or only a single candidate qualified for the race. Jerry Eason netted 30% of the vote and 230 ballots while Clayton Brown scored 21% and 162 ballots.