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Alabama - County Vote Results
November 12, 2012 - 01:52PM ET(i) = incumbent= winner= runoff
U.S. House - District 2 - General
CountyPrecinctsT. Ford
(Dem)
M. Roby (i)
(GOP)
Total414/414102,836
36%
180,339
64%
Autauga28/286,199
26%
17,243
74%
Barbour19/195,716
51%
5,387
49%
Bullock18/183,814
75%
1,243
25%
Butler28/284,321
46%
4,977
54%
Coffee34/344,965
26%
14,411
74%
Conecuh28/283,434
54%
2,949
46%
Covington30/303,194
21%
11,788
79%
Crenshaw20/202,069
33%
4,172
67%
Dale23/235,339
29%
12,844
71%
Elmore33/338,885
25%
25,990
75%
Geneva27/272,105
19%
8,985
81%
Henry17/172,949
35%
5,534
65%
Houston36/3612,232
30%
28,888
70%
Montgomery39/3931,749
53%
28,010
47%
Pike34/345,865
43%
7,918
57%

U.S. House - District 3 - General
CountyPrecinctsJ. Harris
(Dem)
M. Rogers (i)
(GOP)
Total349/34997,868
36%
174,931
64%
Calhoun54/5414,814
33%
30,544
67%
Chambers23/236,634
47%
7,582
53%
Cherokee20/202,023
23%
6,893
77%
Clay16/161,721
27%
4,771
73%
Cleburne17/17938
15%
5,137
85%
Lee38/3820,136
38%
32,828
62%
Macon19/198,368
83%
1,703
17%
Montgomery7/75,439
35%
10,088
65%
Randolph28/282,963
30%
6,874
70%
Russell22/229,874
54%
8,391
46%
St. Clair39/395,892
17%
28,196
83%
Talladega35/3513,202
40%
19,540
60%
Tallapoosa31/315,864
32%
12,384
68%

U.S. House - District 4 - General
CountyPrecinctsD. Boman
(Dem)
R. Aderholt (i)
(GOP)
Total490/49069,427
26%
197,736
74%
Blount6/6294
15%
1,657
85%
Cherokee6/6127
23%
423
77%
Colbert38/389,313
41%
13,300
59%
Cullman51/514,931
15%
27,880
85%
DeKalb56/566,577
28%
16,713
72%
Etowah58/5812,843
31%
28,974
69%
Fayette30/302,227
29%
5,497
71%
Franklin26/263,303
31%
7,328
69%
Jackson2/212
17%
58
83%
Lamar27/272,976
43%
4,024
57%
Lawrence31/314,974
36%
8,747
64%
Marion23/232,558
21%
9,391
79%
Marshall46/465,774
18%
26,007
82%
Tuscaloosa23/235,253
22%
18,272
78%
Walker47/476,902
25%
21,221
75%
Winston20/201,363
14%
8,244
86%

U.S. House - District 5 - General
CountyPrecinctsC. Holley
(Dem)
M. Brooks (i)
(GOP)
Total256/256101,504
35%
188,833
65%
Jackson37/376,150
31%
13,423
69%
Lauderdale40/4012,867
36%
23,128
64%
Limestone26/269,920
29%
24,817
71%
Madison94/9459,357
39%
92,556
61%
Morgan59/5913,210
27%
34,909
73%

U.S. House - District 6 - General
CountyPrecinctsP. Bailey
(Dem)
S. Bachus (i)
(GOP)
Total231/23186,698
29%
215,966
71%
Bibb10/102,478
30%
5,783
70%
Blount24/244,144
19%
17,136
81%
Chilton20/204,245
25%
12,604
75%
Coosa14/142,254
45%
2,763
55%
Jefferson87/8749,824
31%
110,921
69%
Shelby76/7623,753
26%
66,759
74%

U.S. House - District 7 - General
CountyPrecinctsT. Sewell (i)
(Dem)
D. Chamberlain
(GOP)
Total404/404 230,077
76%
73,292
24%
Choctaw34/344,180
58%
3,049
42%
Clarke23/235,056
57%
3,797
43%
Dallas31/3115,543
76%
4,968
24%
Greene16/164,545
88%
647
12%
Hale17/175,849
71%
2,390
29%
Jefferson107/107110,362
85%
19,735
15%
Lowndes14/145,681
79%
1,503
21%
Marengo24/246,770
61%
4,354
39%
Montgomery13/1323,599
96%
1,021
4%
Perry18/184,692
79%
1,239
21%
Pickens21/214,826
52%
4,380
48%
Sumter15/155,526
80%
1,346
20%
Tuscaloosa33/3328,498
55%
23,457
45%
Wilcox38/384,950
78%
1,406
22%

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