Ivey cruises to win in Republican primary with 55% of vote

Ivey Primary Winner

By WVUA Digital Reporter Jas Orr

Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey will once again be representing the Republican ticket November’s General Election.

In unofficial results Tuesday night, Ivey sailed ahead of her fellow candidates with 55% of the vote, while Lindy Blanchard garnered 19% and Tim James got 15%.

In the Democratic primary race, Yolanda Rochelle Flowers and Malika Sanders Fortier are heading into a runoff. Flowers and Fortier each have around 33% of the vote.

 

Democratic Primary – Alabama Governor

The Democratic candidates running for Alabama governor

  • Yolanda Rochelle Flowers WinnerD 36.1%
    56,859
  • Malika Sanders Fortier WinnerD 34.7%
    54,635
  • Patricia Salter Jamieson  D 12.5%
    19,665
  • Arthur Kennedy  D 9.9%
    15,654
  • Chad "Chig" Martin  D 5.9%
    9,360
  • Doug "New Blue" Smith  D 0.8%
    1,190
157,363
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Republican Primary – Governor

The Republican candidates running for Alabama governor

  • Kay Ivey *WinnerR 55.3%
    356,319
  • Lindy Blanchard  R 19.5%
    125,913
  • Tim James  R 16.5%
    105,972
  • Lew Burdette  R 6.7%
    42,899
  • Donald Trent Jones  R 0.6%
    3,906
  • Dave Thomas  R 0.5%
    2,979
  • Stacy Lee George  R 0.4%
    2,589
  • Dean Young  R 0.4%
    2,394
  • Dean Odle  R 0.2%
    1,170
* Incumbent
644,141
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