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Alabama Secretary of State - Election Division

2002 Alabama Congressional and Statewide Primary Results
Primary: 6/4/02,

List of State Parties,
Governor, 58% in '98, 1st term,
Don Siegelman (D) 76.0%, Agriculture & Industries Commissioner Charles Bishop (D) 18.5%, carpenter Mark "Rodeo Clown" Townsend (D) 2.3%, state parole board member Gladys Riddle (D) 2.2%, Blake W. Harper, III (D) 1.0%, U.S. Rep. Robert R. "Bob" Riley (R) 73.4%, Lt. Gov. Steve Windom (R) 17.9%, businessman Tim James (R) 8.7%, prof. / '00 Congresssional nominee John Sophocleus (L), Joe Fondren (SIP)?, preacher Terry Willis (I), Fairfield Mayor Larry Langford (I)?, developer Stan Pate (I), A.J. "Victor" Albritton (WI),
Lt. Governor, Steve Windom (R) running for Governor,
St. Treasurer Lucy Baxley (D), St. Sen. William C. "Bill" Armistead (R) 81.1%, ex-police officer Cheryl Ann Bahakel (R) 18.9, truck driver Lyn Curtis Adams (L),
Attorney General,
District Attorney Boyd Whigham (D), Bill Pryor (R), attorney Spence A. Singleton (R) withdrew attorney Wilson Myers (L),
Secretary of State,
president of the Alabama Education Association / '98 nominee Nancy L. Worley (D) 49.0%, ex-gubernatorial aide Chris Pitts (D) 33.4%, realtor Steve Segrest (D) 17.6%, St. Rep. Dave Thomas (R) 45.8%, businessman / christian conservative activist Dean Young (R) 27.6%, asst. Att. Gen. Troy King (R) 26.6%, '92 Congressional nominee / st. party chair Mark Bodenhausen (L),
Treasurer, Lucy Baxley (D) running for Lt. Gov.,
Asst. Att. Gen. Carol Jean Smith (D) 43%, gubernatorial aide Stephen Black (D) 33%, businessman Greg Foster (D) 24%, ex-education comm'r. Kay Ivey (R) 45%, ex-First Lady Lisa Wallace (R) 28%, ex-GOP exec. dir. Twinkle Andress (R) 27%, Gabriel "Gabe" Garland (L),
Auditor, Susan D. Parker (D) running for U.S. Senate,
assistant state auditor Caroyln Gibson (D) 43.1%, realtor Debbie Tucker Corbett (D) 20.6%, CPA Karen Haiden Jackson (D) 14.8%, accountant / AL YD's Treasurer Jerry M. Nelson, Jr. (D) 14.3%, retired postal worker Earl Mack "Choo-Choo" Gavin (D) 7.1%, ex-Public Service Comm'r. Jim W. Zeigler (R) 42.8%, businesswoman Beth Chapman (R) 28.6%, ex-St. Auditor Pat Duncan (R) 17.8%, accountant Meredith Mayers (R) 10.8%, Franklin Reeves (L), Bill Brown (L),
Agriculture& Industries Commissioner, Charles Bishop (D) running for Governor,
deputy comm'r Ron Sparks (D) 51.2%, Nathan Mathis (D) 33.9%, co. revenue collector Jacky R. Warhurst (D) 14.9%, veterinarian J. Lee Alley (R) 61.4%, restaurant owner Richard Milton Nixon (R) 38.6%, Maude Hulcher (L), George Clarke (L),
Senator, 51.9% in '96, 1st term,
St. Auditor Susan D. Parker (D) 48.1%, attorney Julian L. McPhillips, Jr. (D) 42.5%, '98 gubernatorial candidate Wayne Sowell (D) 9.4%, Jeff Sessions (R), Jeff Allen (L), businessman Johnny Swanson III (I),
1st Congressional District, 94.3% in '00, H. L. "Sonny" Callahan (R) retiring after 9th term
businesswoman / ex-school board member Judy McCain-Belk (D) 35.9%, ex-U.S. Attorney J. Don Foster (D) 24.8%, chiropractor James O. Gordon (D) 20.6%, '94 candidate / businessman Don Chamberlain (D) 9.6%, attorney / ex-teacher Buzz Jordan (D) 9.1%, Congressional aide Jo Robins Bonner (R) 40.2%, ex-Senatorial aide Tom Young (R) 20.3%, Baldwin Co. D.A David Whetstone (R) 14.6%, St. Sen. Albert Lipscomb (R) 9.9%, St. Rep. Chris Pringle (R) 8.1%, teacher Benjamin "Rusty" Glover (R) 6.4%, businessman Joe J. Gottler (R) 0.6%, businessman / '00 nominee Dick M. Coffee (L),
2nd Congressional District, 68.3% in '00, 5th term
businessman / '00 nominee Charles A. Woods (D), Terry Everett (R), Floyd Shackelford (L),
3rd Congressional District, 87.5% in '00, 3rd term, Robert R. "Bob" Riley (R) running for Governor,
ex-state party chair / 1998 nominee Joe Turnham (D) 52.4%, St. Rep. Gerald Willis (D) 38.7%, Willie "Billy" Burnett (D) 8.9%, St. Rep. Mike Rogers (R) 72.5%, internet exec. Jason Dial (R) 14.6%, Anniston City Councilman Jeff Fink (R) 13.9%, George Crispin (L),
4th Congressional District, 60.9% in '00, 3rd term
No Democrat Robert B. Aderholt (R), Tony H. McIendon (L),
5th Congressional District, 89.4% in '00, 6th term,
Robert E. "Bud" Cramer (D), field engineer Steven Engel (R) 55.8%, Michael Williams (R) 44.2%, '96 & '00 nominee Alan Fulton Barksdale (L),
6th Congressional District, 88.3% in '00, 5th term
No Democrat Spencer T. Bachus, III (R) 87.9%, mechanical engineer / '00 Libertarian candidate Terry Reagin (R) 12.1%, J. Holden McAlister (L),
7th Congressional District, 74.8% in '00, 5th term
Earl F. Hilliard (D) 45%, ex-assistant U.S. Attorney / '00 candidate Artur Earl Davis (D) 44%, attorney Sam Wiggins (D) 11%, No Republican Laruen Orth McCay (L),

2002 Alabama Congressional and Statewide Run-off Results
Run-off:
6/25/02

Secretary of State,
president of the Alabama Education Association / '98 nominee Nancy L. Worley (D) 57%, ex-gubernatorial aide Chris Pitts (D) 43%, St. Rep. Dave Thomas (R) 67%, businessman / christian conservative activist Dean Young (R) 33%, '92 Congressional nominee / st. party chair Mark Bodenhausen (L),
Treasurer, Lucy Baxley (D) running for Lt. Gov.,
gubernatorial aide Stephen Black (D) 55%, Asst. Att. Gen. Carol Jean Smith (D) 45%, ex-education comm'r. Kay Ivey (R) 66.8%, ex-First Lady Lisa Wallace (R) 33.2%, Gabriel "Gabe" Garland (L),
Auditor, Susan D. Parker (D) running for U.S. Senate,
assistant state auditor Caroyln Gibson (D) 64.3%, realtor Debbie Tucker Corbett (D) 35.7%, businesswoman Beth Chapman (R) 52.2%, ex-Public Service Comm'r. Jim W. Zeigler (R) 47.8%, Franklin Reeves (L), Bill Brown (L),
Senator, 51.9% in '96, 1st term,
St. Auditor Susan D. Parker (D) 65.1%, attorney Julian L. McPhillips, Jr. (D) 34.9%, Jeff Sessions (R), Jeff Allen (L), businessman Johnny Swanson III (I),
1st Congressional District, 94.3% in '00, H. L. "Sonny" Callahan (R) retiring after 9th term
businesswoman / ex-school board member Judy McCain-Belk (D) 58.4%, ex-U.S. Attorney J. Don Foster (D) 41.6%, Congressional aide Jo Robins Bonner (R) 62.4%, ex-Senatorial aide Tom Young (R) 37.6%, businessman / '00 nominee Dick M. Coffee (L),
7th Congressional District, 74.8% in '00, 5th term
ex-assistant U.S. Attorney / '00 candidate Artur Earl Davis (D) 56.0%,Earl F. Hilliard (D) 44.0%, No Republican Laruen Orth McCay (L),

1. Key to Alabama Political Parties
(D) = Democratic Party
(I) = independent candidates
(L) = Libertarian Party
(R) = Republican Party
(SIP) = Southern Independent Party
(WI) = Write-in candidates


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