Covington County Primary Election Results, May 24

Published 5:00 pm Tuesday, May 24, 2022

(Final update for Tuesday, May 24, 10:04 p.m. More election coverage will be in Thursday’s eEdition and Saturday’s print edition.)

Below are the results from Tuesday’s Primary Election in Covington County.

The vote totals below represent 26 polling places reporting out of Covington County’s 27 voting precincts, which include absentee ballots. Provisional ballots will not be counted until Tuesday, May 31 at noon.

Please note that the totals below are uncertified vote counts.

REPUBLICAN BALLOT

Governor
Lindy Blanchard – 1,690 votes (18.35%)
Lew Burdette – 133 votes (1.44%)
Stacy Lee George – 46 votes (0.50%)
Kay Ivey – 5,359 votes (58.19%)
Tim James – 1,585 votes (17.21%)
Donald Trent Jones – 108 votes (1.17%)
Dean Odle – 214 votes (2.32%)
Dave Thomas – 40 votes (0.43%)
Dean Young – 35 votes (0.38%)

U.S. Senator
Lillie Boddie – 72 votes (0.81%)
Katie Britt – 4,366 votes (49.21%)
Mo Brooks – 1,886 votes (21.26%)
Karla M. Dupriest – 64 votes (0.72%)
Mike Durant – 2,390 votes (26.94%)
Jake Schafer – 94 votes (1.06%)

Attorney General
Steve Marshall – 6,777 votes (89.75%)
Harry Bartlett Still III – 774 votes (10.25%)

State Senate, Dist. 31
Josh Carnley – 3,777 votes (41.25%)
Stormin Norman Horton – 562 votes (6.14%)
Mike Jones Jr. – 4,818 votes (52.62%)

State Representative, Dist. 92
Matthew Hammett – 4,774 votes (53.33%)
Greg White – 4,178 votes (46.67%)

Supreme Court Associate Justice, Place 5
Greg Cook – 4,042 votes (52.09%)
Debra Jones – 3,718 votes (47.91%)

Secretary of State
Wes Allen – 4,018 votes (52.04%)
Christian Horn – 664 votes (8.60%)
Ed Packard – 335 votes (4.34%)
Jim Zeigler – 2,704 votes (35.02%)

State Auditor
Stan Cooke – 2,270 votes (32.26%)
Rusty Glover – 1,899 votes (26.99%)
Andrew Sorrell – 2,867 votes (40.75%)

Public Service Commission, Place 1
John Hammock – 2,202 votes (33.51%)
Stephen McLamb – 503 votes (7.65%)
Jeremy H. Oden – 1,620 votes (24.65%)
Brent Woodall – 2,246 (34.18%)

Public Service Commission, Place 2
Chip Beeker – 2,675 votes (41.33%)
Robin Litaker – 1,330 votes (20.55%)
Robert L. McCollum – 2,468 votes (38.13%)

Covington County Sheriff
Dennis Meeks – 3,702 votes (40.06%)
Blake Turman – 5,539 votes (59.94%)

Covington County Coroner
Norman E. Hobson – 4,746 votes (53.15%)
Kelley Averill Lynn – 1,875 votes (21.00%)
Wilson ‘Eddie’ Rowell – 2,309 votes (25.86%)

DEMOCRAT BALLOT

Governor
Yolanda Rochelle Flowers – 110 votes (35.48%)
Malika Sanders Fortier – 49 votes (15.81%)
Patricia Salter Jamieson – 60 votes (19.35%)
Arthur Kennedy – 27 votes (8.71%)
Chad “Chig” Martin – 28 votes (9.03%)
Doug “New Blue” Smith – 36 votes (11.61%)

U.S. Senator
Will Boyd – 190 votes (59.94%)
Brandaun Dean – 66 votes (20.82%)
Lanny Jackson – 61 votes (19.24%)

U.S. Representative, 2nd Dist.
Phyllis Harvey-Hall – 229 votes (71.34%)
Vimal Patel – 92 votes (28.66%)

ALL BALLOTS

Statewide Amendment 1 — Related to an Alabama State Constitution amendment allowing the sale of general obligations bonds up to $85 million for the purposes of the improvement, renovation, equipping, acquisition, provision, construction, and maintenance of Alabama State Parks.

Yes – 6,534 votes (76.00%)
No – 2,063 votes (24.00%)