A federal court has extended qualifying for the U.S. House of Representatives thru the middle of February, but qualifying is now over for all other offices.
For U.S. Senate, Florence Pastor Will Boyd, former Brighton Mayor Brandaun Dean, Lanny Jackson, and Victor Keith Williams have all qualified to run for the Democratic Party nomination.
On the Republican side, former Business Council of Alabama President and CEO Katie Boyd Britt, current U.S. Congressman Mo Brooks (AL-05), Lillie Boddie, Karla Dupriest, veteran and businessman Mike Durant, and Jake Schafer are all running for the open Senate seat.
There are more candidates running for Governor than any other office. Incumbent Kay Ivey (R) is running for re-election. Ivey faces a host of challengers from both parties.
On the Republican side, Lindy Blanchard, Lew Burdette, Stacy Lee George, Tim James, Donald Trent Jones, Pastor Dean Odle, Mayor Dave Thomas, and are all challenging Ivey in the Republican primary.
Yolanda Rochelle Flowers, Patricia Salter Jamieson, Arthur Kennedy, Chad "Chig" Martin, State Sen. Malika Sanders-Fortier, and Doug “New Blue” Smith are all running for governor in the Democratic Primary.
As of press time incumbent Lt. Governor Will Ainsworth (R) appears to have no opponent from either party.
Harry Bartlett Still III is challenging incumbent Attorney General Steve Marshall in the Republican Primary.
Wendell Major is running for the Democratic nomination for Attorney General.
Wes Allen, Christian Horn, Ed Packard, and Jim Zeigler are all running in the Republican primary for Secretary of State.
Pamela J. Laffitte is running for the Democratic nomination for Alabama Secretary of State.
Greg Cook and Debra Jones are running in the Republican primary for Alabama Supreme Court place 5.
Anita L. Kelly is seeking the Democratic nomination for Alabama Supreme Court Justice Place 5.
As of press time, incumbent Supreme Court Justice Kelli Wise (R) appears to have no opponent for her re-election.
Alabama Commissioner of Agriculture and Industries Commissioner Rick Pate (R) also has no opponent.
State Treasurer Young Boozer at this point also appears to have no opponent from either party.
Stan Cooke, Rusty Glover, and Andrew Sorrell all qualified to run in the Republican primary for State Auditor.
John Hammock, Stephen McLamb, and Brent Woodall are all challenging incumbent Jeremy H. Oden for Public Service Commissioner Place 1 in the Republican primary.
Incumbent Chip Beeker is being challenged in the Republican primary by Robin Litaker and Robert L. McCollum for Public Service Commissioner Place 2.
For Alabama Board of Education Place 2, Alex Balkcum is challenging incumbent Tracie West in the Republican primary.
For Alabama Board of Education Place 4 incumbent Yvette Richardson (D) appears to have no opponent from either party.
For Alabama Board of Education Place 6 Marie Manning faces Priscilla Yother in the Republican primary.
For Alabama Board of Education Place 8 Rex Davis is challenging incumbent Wayne Reynolds in the Republican primary.
Congressional qualifying continues, but the rest of the primary field is set.
The major party primaries are on May 24.
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