Alabama’s Single Congressional Seat and State’s Fate Will Be Decided by Voters!
Midterm elections that will shape Congress have concluded. After six-term Rep. Mo Brooks left to run for U.S. Senate, the north Alabama district is open. Katie Britt beat Brooks in the GOP primary.
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Republicans are poised to win the House and challenge Senate Democrats. 3 in 4 voters called the economy “Poor” in exit polls.
Democrats were counting on robust turnout from their core constituency, notably young voters, to stop GOP advances and keep Congress.
Alabama’s Sole Congressional Seat Is up To Voters.
The state’s six additional congressional districts will be decided. Each incumbent is challenged.
- Republican Rep. Jerry Carl faces Libertarian Alexander Remrey in the 1st District.
- Republican Rep. Barry Moore defeated Democrat Phyllis Harvey-Hall and Libertarian Jonathan Realz to retain his 2nd Congressional District seat.
- Republican Rep. Mike Rogers faces Democrat Lin Veasey, Libertarian Thomas Sickofdc Casson, and independent Douglas A. Bell in the 3rd Congressional District.
- Republican Rep. Robert Aderholt defeated Democrat Rick Neighbors and Libertarian Johnny C. Cochran in the 4th Congressional District.
- Dale Strong, a Republican, was elected as Representative for Alabama’s 5th Congressional District.
- Rep. Gary Palmer challenges Libertarian Andria Chieffo in the 6th Congressional District.
- Rep. Terri Sewell faces Republican Beatrice Nichols and Libertarian Gavin Goodman in the 7th Congressional District. Alabama’s single congressional Democrat is Sewell.
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