Here’s who’s qualified to run for the Alabama State House thus far

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Alabama candidates began qualifying for major 2018 races last month. Now, with just three days remaining to officially qualify for the June Democratic and Republican primaries several more candidates both parties are filing documents to make cut.

Thus far, 170 total candidates have qualified to run for the State House. Of those candidates, 114 are Republican and 56 are Democrats. Republicans are running in 79 of the 105 State House Districts and Democrats in 43. Districts 53 and 55 have no candidates running from either party.

Below is the list of candidates the Alabama Republican and Democratic Parties have qualified thus far:

House District 1

  • Phillip Pettus (Republican)

House District 2

  • Lynn Greer (Republican)
  • Lora Kay Morrow (Democrat)

House District 3

  • Andrew Sorrell  (Republican)
  • Humphrey Lee (Republican)

House District 4

  • Tom Fredricks  (Republican)
  • Parker Duncan Moore (Republican)

House District 5

  • Danny F. Crawford (Republican)

House District 6

  • Andy Whitt (Republican)

House District 7

  • Ken Johnson (Republican)

House District 8

  • Terri Collins (Republican)
  • Rebecca Browne (Democrat)

House District 9

  • James R. Bowling (Republican)
  • Justin Morrow (Republican)
  • Scott Stadthagen  (Republican)

House District 10

  • Mike Ball (Republican)

House District 11

  • Randall Shedd (Republican)

House District 12

  • Alex J. Chaney (Republican)
  • Corey Harbison (Republican)

House District 13

  • Connie Cooner Rowe (Republican)

House District 14

  • Richard “Bull” Corry (Republican)
  • Tim Wadsworth (Republican)

House District 15

  • Allen Farley (Republican)
  • Suzanna Coleman (Democrat)

House District 16

  • Kyle South (Republican)

House District 17

  • Tracy Estes (Republican)
  • David Hall (Republican)
  • Phil Segraves (Republican) 25

House District 18

  • Jamie Kiel (Republican)
  • Tony Riley (Republican)

House District 19

  • Samuel T. Greene (Democrat)
  • Laura Hall (Democrat)

House District 20

  • Howard Sanderford (Republican)
  • Linda Meigs (Democrat)

House District 21

  • Rex Reynolds (Republican)
  • Terry Jones (Democrat)

House District 22

  • Wayne Johnson (Republican)
  • Ritchie Whorton (Republican)

House District 23

  • Parker Edmiston (Republican)
  • Tommy Hanes (Republican)

House District 24

  • Nathaniel Ledbetter (Republican)

House District 25

  • Mac McCutcheon (Republican)

House District 26

  • Kerry Rich (Republican)

House District 27

  • Wes Kitchens (Republican)
  • Ronnie E Opolka (Republican)

House District 28

  • Gil F. Isbell (Republican)
  • Kyle Pierce (Democrat)

House District 29

  • Becky Nordgren (Republican)

House District 30

  • B. Craig Lipscomb (Republican)
  • Rusty Jessup (Republican)
  • Robert McKay (Republican)
  • Ryan Preston (Republican)
  • Jared Vaughn (Democrat)

House District 31

  • Dustin DeVaughn (Republican)
  • Mike Holmes (Republican)

House District 32

  • Barbara Boyd (Democrat)
  • Angela L. Fears (Democrat)

House District 33

  • Ron Johnson (Republican)
  • Ben Robbins(Republican)

House District 34

  • David Standridge (Republican)

House District 35

  • Steve Hurst (Republican) 50

House District 36

  • Randy Wood (Republican)

House District 37

  • Bob Fincher (Republican)

House District 38

  • Todd Rauch (Republican)
  • Debbie Hamby Wood (Republican)
  • Brian McGee (Democrat)

House District 39

  • Ginny Shaver (Republican)

House District 40

  • Koven “K.L.” Brown (Republican)

House District 41

  • Corley Ellis (Republican)

House District 42

  • Jimmie Hardee (Republican)
  • James M. “Jimmy” Martin (Republican)

House District 43

  • Arnold G. Mooney II (Republican)

House District 44

  • Danny Garrett (Republican)

House District 45

  • Ted Crockett (Republican)
  • Dickie Drake (Republican)
  • Jenn Gray (Democrat)

House District 46

  • David Faulkner (Republican)
  • Felicia Stewart (Democrat)

House District 47

  • David Wheeler  (Republican)

House District 48

  • Jim Carns (Republican)
  • William Wentowski (Republican)

House District 49

  • April Weaver (Republican)

House District 50

  • Jim Hill (Republican)

House District 51

  • Allen Treadaway (Republican) 70

House District 52

  • John W. Rogers Jr.(Democrat)

House District 53

House District 54

  • Jerome Dees (Democrat)

House District 55

House District 56

  • Louise Alexander (Democrat)

House District 57

  • Merika Coleman (Democrat)

House District 58

  • Rolanda Hollis (Democrat)
  • Rodney Huntley (Democrat)

House District 59

  • Mary Moore (Democrat)

House District 60

  • Juandalynn Givan (Democrat)

House District 61

  • Billy McFarland (Republican)
  • Rodney Sullivan  (Republican)
  • Tommy Hyche (Democrat)

House District 62

  • Rich Wingo (Republican)
  • Will Benton (Democrat)

House District 63

  • Bill Poole  (Republican)

House District 64

  • Stephen Sexton (Republican)
  • Harry Shiver (Republican)

House District 65

  • Brett Easterbrook (Republican)
  • Elaine Beech (Democrat)

House District 66

  • Alan Baker (Republican)

House District 67

  • Prince Chestnut (Democrat)

House District 68

  • Thomas Jackson (Democrat)

House District 69

  • Kelvin Lawrence (Democrat)
  • Kelvin Williams (Democrat)

House District 70

  • Chris England (Democrat)

House District 71

  • A.J. McCampbell (Democrat)

House District 72

  • Ralph A. Howard (Democrat)

House District 73

  • Stephen Bryant (Republican)
  • Matt Fridy  (Republican)

House District 74

  • Dimitri Polizos (Republican)
  • Rayford Mack (Democrat)

House District 75

  • Reed Ingram (Republican)

House District 76

  • Thad McClammy (Democrat)

House District 77

  • Linell Finley (Democrat)
  • TaShina Morris (Democrat)

House District 78

  • Alvin Holmes (Democrat)

House District 79

  • Joe Lovvorn (Republican)
  • Mary Wynne Kling (Democrat)

House District 80

  • Chris E. Blackshear (Republican)

House District 81

  • Derrick Blythe (Republican)
  • Joyful “Joy” Johns (Republican)
  • Terry D. Martin (Republican)
  • Ed Oliver (Republican)

House District 82

  • Johnny Ford (Democrat)
  • Pebblin Warren (Democrat)

House District 83

  • Jeremy Gray (Democrat)
  • John Andrew Harris (Democrat)
  • Pat “Patsy” Jones (Democrat)
  • Ronnie Reed (Democrat)

House District 84

  • Berry Forte (Democrat)

House District 85

  • Dexter Grimsley (Democrat)

House District 86

  • Paul W. Lee (Republican)

House District 87

  • Adam E. Parker (Republican)
  • Jeff Sorrells (Republican)

House District 88

  • Jeremy Arthur (Republican)
  • Will Dismukes (Republican)

House District 89

  • Wes Allen (Republican)
  • Marcus B. Paramore (Republican)

House District 90

  • Chris Sells (Republican)

House District 91

  • Rhett Marques (Republican)
  • Lister H. Reeves Jr. (Republican)
  • Clarke White  (Republican)

House District 92

  • Mike Jones, Jr. (Republican) 100

House District 93

  • Steve Clouse (Republican)

House District 94

  • Joe Faust (Republican)

House District 95

  • Steve McMillan (Republican)

House District 96

  • Matt Simpson (Republican)
  • Maurice Horsey (Democrat)

House District 97

  • Stephen McNair (Republican)
  • Adline Clarke (Democrat)

House District 98

  • Napoleon Bracy, Jr. (Democrat)

House District 99

  • Charles W. Talbert (Republican)
  • Gregory Harris (Democrat)
  • Henry Haseeb (Democrat)
  • Sam Jones (Democrat)
  • Gregory Parker (Democrat)
  • Herman Thomas (Democrat)

House District 100

  • Victor Gaston (Republican)

House District 101

  • Chris Pringle (Republican)

House District 102

  • Willie Gray (Republican)
  • Belinda H. Shoub   (Republican)
  • Shane Stringer   (Republican)

House District 103

  • Barbara Drummond (Democrat)

House District 104

  • Margie Wilcox (Republican)
  • Arlene Cunningham Easley (Democrat)

House District 105

  • Chip Brown( Republican)
  • Cody Dockens (Republican) 114
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