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Holtzclaw, Bentley, Republicans win

Madison City Council President Bill Holtzclaw has unseated incumbent Tom Butler for the State Senate No. 2 seat.

“After 14 months of hard work, right now the victory is sweet,” Holtzclaw said after his victory. “The citizens chose me because doing the same thing over and over again was not yielding the results this community wanted and it’s time to have new leadership.”

As far as District 2 is concerned, Holtzclaw said he will improve what Butler has done.

“We are going to continue to build upon the foundation that was laid by Sen. Butler,” he said. “We are going to work to get funded back up for our roads and our schools, continue to build upon the economic basis here and move in a proactive mode, rather than a reactive mode to the future.”

In the gubernatorial race, Dr Robert Bentley defeated Democratic nominee Ron Sparks.

Here are the results:

Governor (95% reporting)

Ron Sparks (D) 609,100            43%

*Robert Bentley (R) 825,505     57%

State Senate District No. 2 (76% reporting)

Tom Butler (D) 22,072                41%

*Bill Holtzclaw (R) 31,844         59%

State Senate District No. 7 (0 of 1 reporting)

Jeff Enfinger (D) 19,784          44%

Paul Sanford (R) 25,219           56%

State Senate District No. 8 (1 of 3 reporting)

Lowell Barron (D) 9,640           47%

Shadrack McGill (R) 10,711     53%

State Senate District No. 9 (2 of 3 reporting)

Tim Mitchell (D) 13,929             31%

*Clay Scofield (R) 30,822           69%

State Representative District 21 (0 of 21 reporting)

Randy Hinshaw (D) 6,195          48%

Jim Patterson (R) 6,651               52%

State Representative District 22 (0 of 15 reporting)

Butch Taylor (D) 5,083                    35%

Wayne Johnson (R) 9,297              65%

Madison County Sheriff (99% reporting)

Tim Clardy Sr. (D) 34,989          33%

*Blake Dorning (R) 70,649        67%

Madison County Coroner (99% reporting)

Bobby Berryhill (D) 50,190            48%

Craig Whisenant (R) 54,706         52%

Lieutenant Governor (93% reporting)

Jim Folsom Jr. (D) 690,06         50%

Kay Ivey (R) 723,560                    50%

Attorney General (22 of 67 reporting)

James Anderson (D) 545,155           42%

*Luther Strange (R) 736,375            58%

U.S. Senator (30 of 67 reporting)

William Barnes (D) 379,263      36%

*Richard Shelby 670,437            64%

U.S. Representative District No. 5 (0% reporting)

Steve Raby (D) 80,718          40%

*Mo Brooks (R) 120,735      60%

*— Predicted to win


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