Statewide Races Roundup: Marshall wins attorney general, Ainsworth gets Lt. Gov.

Statewide Races Results

Here are the results of major statewide races in Alabama.

Lt. Governor

  • Will Ainsworth *WinnerR 84.4%
    920,232
  • Ruth Page-Nelson  L 15.6%
    170,604
* Incumbent
1,090,836
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In the Lieutenant Governor’s race, Republican Will Ainsworth won with more than 83% of the vote. Libertarian challenger Ruth Page-Nelson got 16%.

Attorney General

  • Steve Marshall WinnerR 68.0%
    918,160
  • Wendell Major  D 32.0%
    431,319
1,349,479
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In the attorney general’s race, Republican Steve Marshall won with more than 66% of the vote. Democrat Wendell major got 33% of the vote.

Secretary of State

  • Wes Allen WinnerR 66.0%
    889,287
  • Pamela Laffitte  D 31.0%
    418,014
  • Jason "Matt" Shelby  L 3.0%
    39,895
1,347,196
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In the secretary of state’s race, Republican Wes Allen won with nearly 65% of the vote. Democrat Pamel J. Laffitte won 32% of the vote and Libertarian Jason “Matt” Shelby won nearly 3% of the vote.

State Treasurer

  • Young Boozer WinnerR 84.5%
    910,055
  • Scott Hammond  L 15.5%
    167,047
1,077,102
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In the state treasurer’s race, Republican Young Boozer won more than 83% of the vote. Libertarian Scott Hamond won nearly 16%.

State Auditor

  • Andrew Sorrell WinnerR 85.2%
    912,809
  • Leigh Lachine  L 14.8%
    159,177
1,071,986
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In the state auditor’s race, Republican Andrew Sorrell got nearly 84% of the vote, while Libertarian Leigh Lachine won 15%.

Commissioner of Agriculture

  • Rick Pate WinnerR 85.0%
    909,286
  • Jason Clark  L 15.0%
    160,814
1,070,100
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In the Commissioner of Agriculture and Industries race, Republican Rick Pate won more than 83% of the vote, while Libertarian Jason Clark got less than 16%.

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