|Roy S Moore (Republican)||38.9%||164,572|
|Luther Strange (Republican)||32.8%||139,009|
|Mo Brooks (Republican)||19.7%||83,305|
|Trip Pittman (Republican)||6.9%||29,145|
|Randy Brinson (Republican)||0.6%||2,624|
|Bryan Peeples (Republican)||0.4%||1,579|
|Mary Maxwell (Republican)||0.4%||1,544|
|James Beretta (Republican)||0.3%||1,079|
|Dom Gentile (Republican)||0.1%||303|
|Joseph F Breault (Republican)||0.1%||252|
And Moore has just jumped to a 6% lead!
A decent vote dump from Madison County in the north puts Brooks at 22.5%, but he's still in third.
Strange w/ early lead in some of the counties north of Birmingham. Sort of the area where all three candidate's bases converge, so good for him if it holds.
Not surprising, but out first precinct returns out of Jefferson County (Birmingham) have Strange up there.
From the few returns we have, Moore is clearing 50% in counties near the Wiregrass Region - a big part of his base.
After weeks of ads, mostly on behalf of incumbent Senator Luther Strange, the votes start rolling in tonight after 8pm EDT. Strange faces strong competition from former Alabama Supreme Court Chief Justice Roy Moore, who has led him in the polling average by about 5-6 points, and from Huntsville Congressman Mo Brooks, who has trailed Strange in the average by a little over the same margin. If polling is correct, Strange and Moore will advance to the September 26th runoff. We anticipate the first results will roll in within thirty minutes of polls closing. We’ll have comparison charts and a county-by-county display above as those numbers roll in.