Here’s the full list of who’s running for the Alabama U.S. Senate seat

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5 p.m. Wednesday marked the deadline for registering as a candidate for the Alabama U.S. Senate race.

11 Republicans and eight Democrats will now vie for their party’s nominations on the August 15 primary. If needed, a runoff will take place Sept. 26, with the general election scheduled for Dec. 12.

Here’s the full of list of who’s in the race:

Republicans (in alphabetical order)

  1. James BerettaA pain management physician in Birmingham.
  2. Joseph F. Breault: Has qualified to run.
  3. Dr. Randy BrinsonFormer head of the Alabama Christian Coalition and founder of the conservative advocacy group “Redeem the Vote.”
  4. Mo Brooks: Alabama 5th District U.S. Congressman who first took office in 2011.
  5. Dominic “Dom” Gentile: Birmingham-area businessman.
  6. Bryan Peeples:  President and CEO of Peeples Consulting.
  7. Trip Pittman: State Senator from Montrose.
  8. Mary Maxwell: Ran for U.S. Congress in New Hampshire’s 2nd District in 2006.
  9. Roy Moore: Former chief justice of the Alabama Supreme Court.
  10. Karen Haiden Jackson: A Prattville attorney. Has previously run for other statewide offices as a Democrat.
  11. Luther Strange: Former Alabama Attorney General appointed to the U.S. Senate in February by former-Gov. Robert Bentley following Jeff Sessions’ confirmation a U.S. Attorney General.

Current Decatur-Republican State Rep. Ed Henry previously entered the race, but in a surprise move withdrew on Wednesday.

Democrats (in alphabetical order)

  1. Will Boyd: Former Greenville, Ill. City Councilman. Write-in candidate for the U.S. Senate in Illinois in 2010. Democratic nominee for Alabama’s 5th Congressional District in 2016.
  2. Vann Caldwell: Talladega County
  3. Jason Fisher: Vice President & Senior Consultant at Ruffalo Noel Levitz, a direct marketing firm specializing in nonprofit development.
  4. Michael Hansen: Activist and Executive Director of Alabama environmental advocacy group Gasp.
  5. Doug Jones: A former U.S. Attorney for the Northern District of Alabama, now in private practice.
  6. Robert Kennedy Jr.: Mobile resident.
  7. Brian McGee: Lee County
  8. Nana Tchienkou: Jefferson County
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