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State Government
  Governor  Kay Ivey 1 18 +19.07%
  Lieutenant Governor  Will Ainsworth 1 18 +22.56%
  Attorney General  Steve Marshall 1 18 +17.65%
  Secretary of State  John H. Merrill
elect  Wes Allen
2 18 +22.10%
  State Treasurer  Young Boozer, III 2 21 A +100.00%
  Commissioner of Agriculture and Industries  Rick Pate 1 18 +94.37%
  State Auditor  Jim W. Zeigler
elect  Andrew Sorrell
2 18 +20.93%
  AL State Senate  Republican Party Control 0 22 +54.29%
  AL State House  Republican Party Control 1 22 +46.67%
  Public Service Commission  Republican Party Control 0 20 +100.00%
  State Board of Education  Republican Party Control 0 20 +50.00%
State Judiciary
 State Courts    
  President  Donald Trump 1 20 +25.46%
  Senate Class II  Tommy Tuberville 1 20 +20.36%
  Senate Class III  Richard Shelby
elect  Katie Boyd Britt
6 16 +28.09%
House of Representatives
  AL - District 01  Jerry Carl 1 20 +28.83%
  AL - District 02  Barry Moore 1 20 +30.54%
  AL - District 03  Mike D. Rogers 10 20 +35.00%
  AL - District 04  Robert Aderholt 13 20 +64.56%
  AL - District 05  Morris J. "Mo" Brooks
elect  Dale Strong
6 20 +91.62%
  AL - District 06  Gary Palmer 4 20 +94.26%
  AL - District 07  Terri Sewell 6 20 +94.33%
County List
Party Leadership
  AL Libertarian Party  Laura Lane 1 21 +100.00%
  State Democratic Party Chair  Randy Kelley 1 22 +23.76%
 State Republican Party Chair    
 Constitutional Amendments    

% Of Total VotesOfficeAlabama WinnerYrAlabama Votes% of Sub% Vs. Full Race
1.67% U.S. Executive   Donald Trump 20 9 100.00% +56.88%
1.67% U.S. Vice President   Mike Pence 20 9 100.00% +56.88%
1.67% First Lady/Gentleman   Melania Trump 20 9 100.00% +56.88%

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Established December 14, 1819
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Last ModifiedRP November 15, 2020 04:33pm
State Amphibian State Bird State Butterfly State Saltwater Fish State Freshwater Fish
Red Hills Salamander Yellowhammer Eastern Tiger Swallowtail Fighting Tarpon Largemouth Bass
State Flag State Flower State Fossil State Gem State Game Bird
St. Andrew's Cross Camellia Japonica Basilosaurus Cetoides Star Blue Quartz Wild Turkey
State Mineral State Motto State Dance State Nickname State Quarter
"Audemus jura nostra defendere"
Hematite We Dare Defend Our Rights Folk Dance ”Heart of Dixie” Alabama State Quarter

The State of Alabama
"We Dare Defend Our Rights"

With its seat in Montgomery, Alabama became the 22nd State of the Union on December 14, 1819. Before becoming a state, Alabama became part of the Mississippi Territory in 1798. A couple decades later the Alabama Territory was created in 1817.

When Civil War broke, Montgomery became the first capital of the breakaway Confederate States of America. The end of the Civil War brought widespread hunger, poverty, and displacement to white & black Alabamians. Alabama came under military rule and General W. Swayne served virtually as military governor of Alabama in 1867. In 1868 Alabama voters, including black men voting for the first time, ratified a new Constitution that placed more emphasis on education and women's rights. Military rule ended in Alabama and Republicans gained control of the governor's office and the legislature.

Reconstruction brought improvements in education, especially for African Americans. Emphasis was also placed on internal improvements to roads and railroads, though there were allegations of fraud and misuse of state funds on these projects. Many white Alabamians fought Reconstruction through the political process and also through the emergence of organized resistance groups. The Ku Klux Klan was the most well known. Others were the Pale Faces and the Knights of the White Camellia. Republican Reconstruction ended in
Alabama in 1874 when Democrats re-gained control of the legislature & governor's office and, in the next year, rewrote the state constitution.

Post-Reconstruction Alabama remained racially segregated until the 1960s Civil Rights Movement, which begun in the state upon the election of Governor George Wallace who vowed, "Segregation now, segregation tomorrow, segregation forever."

Preamble of the state of Alabama (1901)
We the people of the State of Alabama, invoking the favor and guidance of Almighty God, do ordain and establish the following Constitution. Registration is Nonpartisan.
PVIR+30.36 ( D-14.74 R+15.18 I+1.03 N+0.21 LBT-1.18 G-0.26 CST-0.04 ASP-0.03 PSL-0.05 AllP-0.06 BDY-0.04 )

AL CDs 2013-2023 Jan 3, 2013-Jan 3, 2023

Largest Population Cities  
# City County Population As Of
1 Birmingham Jefferson 209,403 2019-07-01
2 Huntsville Madison 200,574 2019-07-01
3 Montgomery Montgomery 198,525 2019-07-01
4 Mobile Mobile 188,720 2019-07-01
5 Tuscaloosa Tuscaloosa 101,129 2019-07-01
6 Hoover Jefferson 85,768 2019-07-01
7 Dothan Houston 68,941 2019-07-01
8 Auburn Lee 66,259 2019-07-01
9 Decatur Morgan 54,445 2019-07-01
10 Madison Madison 52,544 2019-07-01
Largest Population Counties  
# County State Population As Of
1 Jefferson AL 674,721 2020-04-01
2 Mobile AL 414,809 2020-04-01
3 Madison AL 388,153 2020-04-01
4 Baldwin AL 231,767 2020-04-01
5 Montgomery AL 228,954 2020-04-01
6 Tuscaloosa AL 227,036 2020-04-01
7 Shelby AL 223,024 2020-04-01
8 Lee AL 174,241 2020-04-01
9 Morgan AL 123,421 2020-04-01
10 Calhoun AL 116,441 2020-04-01

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Newspaper Birmingham Business Journal 
Newspaper The Age (Melbourne, Australia) 

Start Date End Date Type Title Contributor
Jan 01, 1900 07:00am Jan 01, 1900 07:00pm General Election AL Poll Open and Close Times Set  RP 
Jul 13, 2010 07:00am Jul 13, 2010 07:00pm Primary Election AL Primary Run-Off  RP 
Mar 13, 2012 09:00pm Mar 13, 2012 09:00pm Primary Election AL Primary  411 Name Removed 
Mar 01, 2016 07:00am Mar 01, 2016 07:00pm Primary Election AL Primary Election  RP 
Apr 12, 2016 07:00am Apr 12, 2016 07:00pm Primary Election Runoff AL Primary Election Runoff  RP 
Jun 17, 2017 07:00am Jun 17, 2017 07:00pm Primary Election Runoff AL Primary Election Runoff  RP 
Jun 05, 2018 07:00am Jun 05, 2018 07:00pm Primary Election AL Primary Election  RP 
Mar 03, 2020 07:00am Mar 03, 2020 07:00pm Primary Election AL Primary Election  RP 
Jul 14, 2020 07:00am Jul 14, 2020 07:00pm Primary Election Runoff AL Primary Election Runoff  RP 
May 24, 2022 07:00am May 24, 2022 07:00pm Primary Election AL Primary Election  RBH 

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Date Category Headline Article Contributor
Sep 18, 2021 12:00pm General Covid-stricken Alabama had more deaths than births last year, a first in its recorded history.  Article IndyGeorgia 
Jun 12, 2019 12:00pm General Wasted funds, destroyed property: How Alabama sheriffs undermine their successors after losing reelection  Article IndyGeorgia 
Aug 27, 2015 05:00pm General ALABAMA: State Prepares To Close 45 Of 49 DMV Offices, Shutting Out Poor Despite Strict Voter ID Law  Article RP 
Mar 25, 2015 11:40pm Legal Ruling Supreme Court rules against Alabama redistricting plan  Article RP 
Oct 27, 2012 09:00am News Ala. Constitution: Vote Looms on Amending History  Article The Sunset Provision 
Jun 25, 2012 05:30pm Commentary In Alabama Prisons, The Less Sheriffs Spend On Food For Inmates, The More They Earn  Article RP 

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