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PRIMARY/PRIMARY RUN-OFF/GENERAL ELECTION

STATISTICS-STATE OF ALABAMA

Voter
Registration Primary June 3, 1986
(active voters)
Democratic 940,088 (Baxley, Graddick, James, McMillan, O'Neal; Gov. race)
Republican 29,194 (Carter, Hunt; Gov. Race)
2,362,361 969,282 (41% turnout)

Democratic 879,977 (Allen, Folsom, Mitchem, Teague; Lt. Gov. race)
Republican 27,851 (Barton, Lyon, McGriff; Lt. Gov. Race)
907,828 (38% turnout)

Primary Runoff, June 24, 1986

Democratic 931,346 (Baxley, Graddick; Gov.)
(39% turnout)
Republican No statewide runoff races

General Election, November 1986

Democrat 537,163 (Baxley; Gov. race)
Republican 696,203 (Hunt; Gov. race)
2,362,361 1,233,366 (52% turnout)

Presidential Preference Primary March 8, 1988
(last year for PPP)
Democratic 407,413 (Babbitt, Dukakis, Gore, Hart, Jackson, LaRouch,Simon
uncommitted)
Republican 213,565 (Bush, Dole, DuPont, Haig, Kemp, Robertson)
2,380,405 620,978 (26% turnout)

Primary June 7, 1988

Democratic 438,315 (Hornsby, Houston; Chief Justice Supreme Ct. race)
Republican 55,291 (Maxwell, Robinson; Assoc. Justice Supreme Ct. race)
493,606 (20% turnout)

Primary Runoff June 28, 1988

Democratic no runoff
Republican 30,672 (Johnston, Watson; Assoc. Justice Supreme Court race)
(1% turnout)

General Election November 8, 1988
Presidential Race
Democratic 549,506 (Dukakis/Bentson)
Republican 815,576 (Bush/Quayle)
Libertarian 8,460 (Paul/Marrow)
Independent 4,428 (Fulani/Dattner, Warren/Mikells, Winn/Porster)
2,451,491 1,377,970 (56% turnout)

Prepared by the Elections Division, Office of the Secretary of State, State of Alabama
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Last Revised December 18, 2012

137.860 616. Hagelin/Tompkins.117 (Hunt. Swift.051 (26% turnout) General Election November 1990 Democrat 582. race) 2. House #6) 99.965 (41% turnout) Democratic 703. Gov.567 (Folsom.080 (Clinton/Gore) Libertarian 5. 1990 Democratic 577.675 (Folsom. Gov. Siegelman. race) Republican 100. Hubbert. race) (31% turnout) Prepared by the Elections Division. Lt. Primary June 5. race) 732. Hayden. uncommitted.215.121 (Buchanan.626 (51% turnout) Primary June 2.899 (Brown. Gov.) 2. U.687.970 (Bachus.S. State of Alabama Page 2 of 7 Last Revised December 18. uncommitted. Watley. 1992 Presidential Race Democrat 690.737 (Marrou/Lord) Republican 804. Sanders. LaRouche.263. Gov. 1994 Democratic 708. Bush.677 866. Lt. Gov.625 (5% turnout) General Election November 3. Siegelman. U. Chambers. Gov. Race) 2. Flippo. Gov. Perot/ Stockdale.054 920. Pollard.520 (Hunt.1) 624. McKee. race) Republican 46.380.381. Wallace.197 (Hubbert. race) Republican 212. 1990 Democratic 741.020 (29% turnout) Primary Runoff June 30.854 (Balch. House #2) Republican 33. race) 2. Woods. Lt.713 (Bacon. Siegelman.992 1. Stewart. Conners. Gov. Office of the Secretary of State. 1992 Democrat 65. Gov. Wallace. 2012 . Gov. Branch.337 (76% turnout) Primary June 7.237 (Fulani/Munoz.471 (Bedsole. 1992 Presidential Race Democrat 450.655 (Baggiano.S. Blount. Hubbert. James.494 (deGraffenried. James.827 (36% turnout) Democratic 631. Warren/Debates) 2.388 (31% turnout) Primary Runoff June 26. race) Republican 633.617 1. Pollard. PSC Pl.710 (Bishop.283 (Bush/Quayle) Independent 187.106 (Hubbert.) Republican 165. race) Republican 125. Kirkland.210. Daw. Clinton.

Senate race) 2.533.Pate.162 (Bedford. U.926 (James.Siegelman.766 1.724 (Bedford.165 (Clinton/Gore) Republican 769. race) Republican 359.030 (Harris/Garza.544 530. Office of the Secretary of State.046 (Blake.360 (20% turnout) General Election November 3.316.075 (32% turnout) General Election November 8. Lt.658 (Blount. Senate race) Republican 215.226 (62% turnout) Primary June 2.598 1. Senate race) 367.McAllister.240.193 (32% turnout) Primary Runoff June 30. Sessions. race) 2.Gov. 1998 Democrat 760. Browder.283.290 (Browne/Jorgensen) Natural Law 1.S. race) 42% 2. 1994 Democratic 519.James. McRight.179 (Lamb. Race) 729. race) Republican 604.Williams. 1998 Democratic No statewide races Republican 203. Perot/Choate. Lipscomb.S.095 (53% turnout) Primary June 4. Gov.014 (Blount. U.967 460.753 (McDonald. Clark.Gov.Gov.697 (Hagelin/Tompkins) 2.Gov. State of Alabama Page 3 of 7 Last Revised December 18. Senate race) Republican 137.619 717. 2012 .770 (23% turnout) Primary Runoff June 28. race) 256. James.S.Hunt.746 (James.901 (57% turnout) Prepared by the Elections Division.346. Sessions. 1994 Democrat 594. race) 2. 1998 Democratic 358.915 (16% turnout) General Election November 5. race) 2.814 (deGraffenreid. Phillips/Titus) Libertarian 5. Primary Runoff June 21.702 (James.155 (Siegelman. Gov. Gov.Gov.S.484 1. Siegelman. 1996 Democratic 230. McDonald.199. race) 58% Republican 554. 1996 Democratic 315. U. Browder. Woods.268. 1996 Presidential Race Democratic 662.Gov.044 (Dole/Kemp) Independent 95.169 (Folsom.261 (Bedsole. race) Republican 209. Gov. Davis. U.470.314.Sowell. Bromberg.

Gov.245 (18% turnout) Prepared by the Elections Division.776 (7% turnout) 2. General Election October 12.241.611 (Gore/Lieberman) Republican 941.S.504 Primary June 6.285. 1) 2.504 General Election March 21. 2000 Democratic 278. Windom. LaRouche. race) Republican 357. See.Gov. Moore. Senate race) Republican 140.Brown.196 (McPhillips.312 (Bishop.Pittman. race) 2.392.937 (Long.046 (Baschab.573 (20% turnout) Primary Runoff June 27. 2000 Democratic 52. Riddle.809 (35% turnout) Primary Runoff June 25. Townsend. 2000 Special Constitutional Amendment Election Amendment #1 169. Office of the Secretary of State. Harper III. 2002 Democratic 435.349 (Bell. Phillips/Frazier) Libertarian 5.963 1.757 411.398.757 792.350 2.State Treasurer's race) 2. #5) Republican 58.398.149. State of Alabama Page 4 of 7 Last Revised December 18. Nader/Duke. Riley.573 (66% turnout) Primary June 4.896 (Buchanan/Foster. 1999 Special Constitutional Amendment Election Amendment #1 1. Wallace.049 (Ivey.Chief Justice race) 2.527 (Gore.528.777 111.777 489.091 (Lottery) (52% turnout) Amendment #2 1.U.President) Republican 211.392. 2012 . Siegelman. Hagelin/Goldhaber.285.573 Amendment #3 1. Civil Appeals Pl.James.173 (Bush/Cheney) Independent 25. Parker.665.State School Bd. 2002 Democratic 271.286 (5% turnout) General Election November 7.497 (T.893 (Browne/Olivier) 2. 2000 Presidential Race Democratic 692.176. Thorn.

413.140 (17% turnout) Primary Runoff June 29.4% turnout) Primary Runoff July 18. General Election November 5.082 429. Governor) Write-In 12. President) 2.176.019 (gubernatorial candidates) 2. President) Republican 1. US Congress District 5.70% 2. LaRouch.356. no statewide office on ballot) Republican 198.284. 2002 Democrat 669.933 (Kerry. Gov. Gov. district judgeships) 1.394 (Bush.581 (55% turnout) Primary June 1. Parker.343 (SBOE District 3.537 (gubernatorial candidates) Republican 460.272 (Sophocleus.5% 2.502.105 (Siegelman.566 (Baschab. Gov. 2004 Democratic 693. 2012 .502.3% Republican 37. district attorney) 1.692 2.247 2. 1) 2. 2006 Democratic 519.225 (Riley.332.95% Republican 672. 2003 2. President) Independent 3. President) Independent 1. Supreme Court Pl.597.082 68.574 (Kerry.827 (Baxley.367.401 (50.5% turnout) Primary June 6. 2006 Democratic 466.994 (Peroutka. Special Constitutional Amendment Election September 9. 2004 Democratic 31.053 (58% turnout) (write-in votes included) *Totals do not include write-in votes. race) 48. district judges.327 (Riley. State of Alabama Page 5 of 7 Last Revised December 18.701 (Nader. 2004 Democratic 218.328 (Circuit judges. Office of the Secretary of State.(undetermined. Kucinich. race) 1.629 1.671 (3% turnout) General Election November 2. President) Independent 6.423 1. race) 49.6% turnout) Prepared by the Elections Division. Governor) Republican 718.883.17% Libertarian 23.807 Amendment #1 1. 2006 Democratic .279 926.435.469.495 (Badnarik.415 (72. President) Republican 210.807 1.556 (38. President) Write-In 898 (Write-in.101 General Election November 7.250.

9% turnout) General Election November 2. Paul.358 (Sparks) Republican 123.2% turnout) Primary Runoff July 13. Senate) Republican 216.362 (Johnson) 95.163 (Moore) 1.614 582. Presidential Preference Primary Election February 5.088.096. Gavin) 2.195 2.604.297 (15.1 % turnout) Primary Runoff July 15.792 (James) 8.622 (Taylor) 2.479 (Obama) Republican 1.889 (Figures. Edwards. McCain.8% turnout) Primary June 1. 2010 860.503 (Byrne: Governor) 2.6% turnout) Primary June 3.626 (Biden. 2008 .549 (Potts) 2.521. Swanson.451 (Byrne) 123. Giuliani. Huckabee.5% turnout) Prepared by the Elections Division.835 (42. 2012 .972 (Davis) 198. 2010 Democrat 70.557. Office of the Secretary of State.958 (Bentley) 137. Uncommitted) 2.089 (Baldwin. Obama. 2008 Democratic 536.814 (Perkins: Attorney General) Republican 261.670 (. Nader) 2.041 811. 2008 Democratic 175. Hunter.021 1. U.209 (Cort.04 % turnout) General Election November 4.841. PSC President) 2.546.227 (32. Richardson. Dodd.Governor Democratic 119. Townsen. Romney.Presidential Democratic 813.114 (73.408 (Sessions. Clinton.670 (Cavanaugh.S.081 392.182 (57. Uncommitted) Republican 552. 2010 . Keyes.597.472 (Bentley: Governor) 625. State of Alabama Page 6 of 7 Last Revised December 18.315 (Anderson: Attorney General 46.233 (Bentley: Governor) 204.266. 2008 Democratic (no statewide office on ballot) Republican 103.546 (McCain) Independents 16. Thompson.803 103.486. Barr.586. Chancey.710 (Sparks: Governor) 2. Tancredo.865 (22.282 1.

Presidential Democratic 795.658 (Governor) Republican 434.049 Democratic 180.731 (Presidential) 2. 2014 2.895 Democratic 12.525 (Governor) 615.644.546 24. 10) Republican 204.124 (Circuit Judge 10th Judicial Circuit Pl. Statewide/Presidential Primary Election March 13.2% turnout) Primary June 3.912 104.833. Brown.696 (Obama) Republican 1.638.741 (0.074.42% Primary Runoff April 24.617 (Secretary of State) 216.183 (21.344 644. Nader) Write-In 4. PSC President) 2.075% turnout) Prepared by the Elections Division.255.852.338 (73.846. State of Alabama Page 7 of 7 Last Revised December 18. 2014 2. 2012 Democratic (no statewide office on ballot) Republican 104.938 2.172 (Cavanaugh. Office of the Secretary of State.039 % turnout) General Election November 6.6% turnout) Primary Runoff July 15.815 (Circuit Judge Race) Republican 621. 2012 .706 (Baldwin.925 (Romney) Independents 18.011 2. 2012 Democratic 22. 2012 . Barr.172 (.