A look at the voting history of Alabama’s 3rd Congressional District

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For over a century Alabama’s 3rd Congressional District was a solid blue district in U.S. House of Representatives, but in 1997 the district flipped red and it’s not come close to changing back since then.

Located in eastern Alabama, the district includes Calhoun, Chambers, Clay, Cleburne, Lee, Macon, Randolph, Russell, St. Clair, Talladega, and Tallapoosa counties as well as portions of Cherokee and Montgomery counties.

Since 2003 Rep. Mike Rogers has held the seat. Rogers was first elected in 2002 when Bob Riley successfully ran for governor and left the 3rd district vacant. Prior to that he was a member a member of the Alabama State House of Representatives, and a member of the Calhoun County Commission before that.

In the 2018 General Election, Rogers faces political newcomer, former Miss America Mallory Hagan. Prior to her Congressional run, Hagan, an Opelika, Ala. native, worked as co-anchor of the evening newscast on WLTZ in Columbus, Ga.

FiveThirtyEight, a statistics-driven news-and-analysis site, anticipates Rogers easily winning the 3rd District yet again.

[Photo Credit: FiveThirtyEight.com]

Here’s a look at the voting history of the District:

U.S. House, Alabama District 3

General Election 2016

Mike Rogers (R) 69.9 percent 192,164 votes
Jesse Smith (D)32.9 32.9 percent 94,549 votes
Write-in 0.1 percent 391
40.5 percent 287,104 total votes


General Election 2014

Mike Rogers (R) 66.1 percent 103,558 votes
Jesse Smith (D) 33.7 percent 52,816 votes
Write-in 0.2 percent 246 votes
 156,620 total votes


General Election 2012

Mike Rogers (R) 64 percent 175,306 votes
John Andrew Harris (D) 35.8 percent 52,816 votes
Write-in 0.2 percent 483 votes
273,930 total votes


General Election 2010

Mike Rogers (R) 59.5 percent 117,736 votes
Steve Segrest (D) 40.5 percent 80,204 votes
197,940 total votes


General Election 2008

Mike Rogers (R) 54.1 percent 142,708 votes
Joshua Segall (D) 45.9 percent 121,080 votes
263,788 total votes

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