Alabama Elections Voting Results | 2021 Election Live Results

 A southeast view of the Alabama State Capitol in Montgomery. A southeast view of the Alabama State Capitol in Montgomery.By: DXR

Alabama Presidential Election Results (97.00% in)

CandidatePercentageTotal VotesElectors
Donald Trump
Donald Trump   Winner63.20%1,409,0559Watch Victory Speech
Joe Biden
Joe Biden35.50%790,711--Watch Concession Speech
Jo Jorgensen
Jo Jorgensen1.10%24,460--Watch Concession Speech

Alabama Senate Election Results (94.00% in)

CandidatePercentageTotal Votes
Tommy Tuberville
Tommy Tuberville38.60%1,319,315WinnerWatch Victory Speech
Doug Jones
Doug Jones61.30%830,071--Watch Concession Speech

The Alabama primary is one of fourteen Presidential primary contest held on what has come to be known as Super Tuesday. It traditionally takes place a few days after the South Carolina primary and marks the first time voters from multiple states cast ballots on the same day. Alabama will send 52 pledged delegates to the Democratic National Convention which will be proportionally allocated among the candidates based off the percentage of votes they received. 

Polls are open between 7 AM to 7 PM local time on Tuesday, March 3, 2020. Alabama is one of a handful of states that has more than one time zone, so polls will close one hour apart from each other in certain parts of the state. Alabama  has an open primary, so anyone registered to vote, regardless of political affiliation, is eligible to participate. Alabama does not have any early voting, but voters may cast an absentee ballot if they are able to provide a valid reason why they are unable to vote on the day of the primary.

A candidate must receive 15% or more of the vote in order to be considered a viable candidate and be awarded delegates.

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