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How Butler County voted

How Butler County Voted

All results are unofficial until certified

27 of 28 precincts counted

Total Ballots Cast: 5,530

Democrat: 3,717

Republican: 1,811

Nonpartisan: 2

For Governor (Democrat)

Artur G. Davis: 1,060

Ron Sparks: 2,230

For Butler County Sheriff (Democrat)

Danny Bond: 1,034

Kenny Harden: 1,912

James Moorer: 733

For Attorney General (Democrat)

James H. Anderson: 1,634

Michael Nicrosi: 620

Giles Perkins: 513

For State Treasurer (Democrat)

Charley Grimsley: 1,603

Jeremy Sherer: 1,006

For U.S. Senator (Democrat)

William G. Barnes: 1,583

Simone De Moore: 1,013

For Governor (Republican)

Robert Bentley: 250

Bradley Byrne: 296

Tim James: 1,032

Bill Johnson: 3

Roy Moore: 199

James Potts: 2

Charles Taylor: 4

For Lt. Governor (Republican)

Hank Erwin: 297

Kay Ivey: 1,181

Gene Ponder: 145

For U.S. Senator (Republican)

N.C. Moser: 187

Richard C. Shelby: 1,539

For U.S. Representative, 2nd Congressional District (Republican)

Rick Barber: 290

Stephanie Bell: 210

John B. McKinney IIII: 53

Martha Roby: 1,077

For Attorney General (Republican)

Troy King: 766

Luther Strange: 955

For State Senator, District 30 (Republican)

Ken Barnett: 196

Ray Boles: 336

Bryan Taylor: 939

For State Treasurer (Republican)

Young Boozer; 1,077

George Wallace Jr.: 634

For Commissioner of Ag. & Industries (Republican)

Dorman Grace: 577

John McMillan: 656

Dale Peterson: 283

For Public Service Commission, Place 1 (Republican)

Chris Beeker: 235

Twinkle Andress Cavanaugh: 997

Stephen Evans: 277

For Associate Justice of the Supreme Court, Place 3 (Republican)

James Houts: 166

Eric Johnston: 347

Tom Parker: 883

For Associate Justice of the Supreme Court, Place 2 (Republican)

Michael F. Bolin: 908

Tracy Cary: 514

Proposed Statewide Amendment 1

Yes: 1,833

No: 2,306

School Tax Renewal

Yes: 3,722

No: 1,174