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Gadsden, Etowah County, Alabama 35904

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Incumbents

U.S. Senate

Senator Richard Shelby
Senior Seat Republican
Senator Doug Jones
Junior Seat Democratic

U.S. House

District 4
Representative Robert Aderholt
District 4 (Won) Republican
Lee Auman
District 4 Challenger (Lost) Democratic

Incumbents

Challengers

Governor

Governor Kay Ivey
(Won) Republican
Walt Maddox
Challenger (Lost) Democratic

Lieutenant Governor

Will Ainsworth
Challenger (Won) Republican
Will Boyd, Jr.
Challenger (Lost) Democratic

Incumbents

Challengers

State House

District 28
Representative Craig Ford
District 28 Democratic
Gil Isbell
District 28 Challenger (Won) Republican
Kyle Pierce
District 28 Challenger (Lost) Democratic
District 29
Representative Becky Nordgren
District 29 (Won) Republican
Jared Millican
District 29 Challenger (Lost) Democratic
District 30
Representative Mack Butler
District 30 Republican
B. Lipscomb
District 30 Challenger (Won) Republican
Jared Vaughn
District 30 Challenger (Lost) Democratic

State Senate

District 10
Senator Phil Williams
District 10 Republican
Craig Ford
District 10 Challenger (Lost) Independent
Andrew Jones
District 10 Challenger (Won) Republican

Incumbents

State Board of Education

District 1
Board Member Jackie Zeigler
District 1 Republican
District 2
Board Member Betty Peters
District 2 Republican
Adam Jortner
District 2 Challenger (Lost) Democratic
Tracie West
District 2 Challenger (Won) Republican
District 3
District 4
Board Member Yvette Richardson
District 4 (Won) Democratic
Donald Wallace
District 4 Challenger (Lost) Republican
District 5
District 6
Board Member Cynthia McCarty
District 6 (Won) Republican
District 7
Board Member Jeff Newman
District 7 Republican
District 8
Board Member Mary Scott Hunter
District 8 Republican
Jessica Barker
District 8 Challenger (Lost) Democratic
Wayne Reynolds
District 8 Challenger (Won) Republican

Attorney General

Joseph Siegelman
Challenger (Lost) Democratic

Secretary of State

Heather Milam
Challenger (Lost) Democratic

Auditor

Auditor Jim Zeigler
(Won) Republican
Miranda Joseph
Challenger (Lost) Democratic

Commissioner of Revenue

Treasurer

John McMillan
Challenger (Won) Republican

Incumbents

Challengers

Associate Justice of the Supreme Court

Place 1
Sarah Stewart
Place 1 Challenger (Won) Republican
Place 4
Jay Mitchell
Place 4 Challenger (Won) Republican
Donna Smalley
Place 4 Challenger (Lost) Democratic

Chief Justice of the Supreme Court

Chief Justice Lyn Stuart
(Lost) Republican
Tom Parker
Challenger (Won) Republican
Bob Vance, Jr.
Challenger (Lost) Democratic

Incumbents

Mayor

At-Large (Gadsden)
Sherman Guyton
At-Large

Incumbents

Council Member

District 1 (Gadsden)
Cynthia Toles
District 1
District 2 (Gadsden)
Deverick Williams
District 2
District 3 (Gadsden)
Thomas Worthy
District 3
District 4 (Gadsden)
Bob Echols
District 4
District 5 (Gadsden)
District 6 (Gadsden)
Johnny Cannon
District 6
District 7 (Gadsden)
Ben Reed
District 7

Commissioner

District 1 (Etowah County)
District 2 (Etowah County)
District 3 (Etowah County)
District 4 (Etowah County)
District 5 (Etowah County)
District 6 (Etowah County)

State Facts

  • Type: State
  • Nickname: The Heart of Dixie
  • Motto: Audemus Jura Nostra Defendere
  • Area: 51,609 sq mi
  • Population: 4,822,023 (2012 est.)
  • Capital: Montgomery
  • Largest City: Birmingham
  • Statehood: Dec. 14, 1819 (22d state)
  • Highest Point: Cheaha Mountain, 2,407 f
  • Lowest Point: sea level
  • Bird: Yellowhammer
  • Flower: Camellia
  • Senators: 35
  • Representatives: 105
  • Electoral Votes: 9
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