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

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Alabama candidates began qualifying for major 2018 races last month. Now, with just four 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, 54 total candidates have qualified to run for the State Senate. Of those candidates, 41 are Republican and 13 are Democrats. Republicans are running in 28 of the 35 State Senate Districts and Democrats in 11. District 24 has no candidate running from either party.

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

District 1

  • Tim Melson (Republican)

District 2

  • Tom Butler (Republican)
  • Steve Smith (Republican)
  • Michael L. Smith (Democrat)
  • Amy Wasyluka (Democrat)

District 3

  • Arthur Orr(Republican)

District 4

  • Paul Bussman (Republican)

District 5

  • Greg J. Reed (Republican)

District 6

  • Larry Stutts (Republican)
  • Johnny Mack Morrow (Democrat)

District 7

  • Sam Givhan (Republican)
  • Mary Scott Hunter (Republican)

District 8

  • Max D. Fuller (Republican)
  • Steve Livingston (Republican)

District 9

  • Clay Scofield (Republican)

District 10

  • Mack N. Butler  (Republican)
  • Andrew Jones (Republican) 

District 11

  • Jake Lane (Republican)
  • Jim McClendon (Republican)

District 12

  • Del Marsh  (Republican)
  • Wayne Willis (Republican)

District 13

  • Randy Price (Republican)
  • Mike Sparks (Republican)
  • Tim Sprayberry (Republican)
  • Darrell Turner (Democrat)

District 14

  • Cam Ward (Republican)

District 15

  • Slade Blackwell (Republican)

District 16

  • J.T. “Jabo” Waggoner (Republican)
  • Lindsey Deckard (Democrat)

District 17

  • Shay Shelnutt (Republican)

District 18

  • Rodger M. Smitherman (Democrat)

District 19

  • Priscilla Dunn (Democrat)

District 20

  • Linda Coleman-Madison (Democrat)

District 21

  • Gerald Allen (Republican)

District 22

  • Greg Albritton (Republican)

District 23

  • Hank Sanders (Democrat)

District 24

District 25

  • Will Barfoot(Republican)
  • Ronda Walker (Republican)

District 26

  • D. J. Johnson (Republican)

District 27

  • Tom Whatley (Republican)
  • Nancy Carlton Bendinger (Democrat)

District 28

  • Billy Beasley (Democrat)

District 29

  • Donnie Chesteen (Republican)

District 30

  • Clyde Chambliss, Jr.  (Republican)

District 31

  • Jimmy W. Holley (Republican)

District 32

  • Jeff Boyd (Republican)
  • Chris Elliott (Republican)
  • David Northcutt (Republican)
  • Bill Roberts (Republican)

District 33

  • Vivian Figures (Democrat)

District 34

  • Mark Shirey (Republican)
  • Jack Williams (Republican)

District 35

  • David Sessions (Republican)
  • Tom Holmes (Democrat)
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