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Alabama Democratic Party qualified candidates for 2020 elections

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On Friday, Nov. 8, the Alabama Democratic Party closed qualifying for the 2020 elections.

The following is the list provided by the party:

President of the United States:

Michael Bennet

Joseph R. Biden

Michael R. Bloomberg

Cory Booker

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Steve Bullock

Pete Buttigieg

Julian Castro

John K. Delaney

Tulsi Gabbard

Kamala Harris

Amy Klobuchar

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Bernie Sanders

Joe Sestak

Tom Steyer

Elizabeth Warren

Marianne Williamson

Andrew Yang

United States Senate:

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Doug Jones

United States House of Representatives:

First Congressional District:

James Averhart

Kiani A. Gardner

Rick Collins

Second Congressional District:

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Phyllis Harvey-Hall

Nathan Mathis

Third Congressional District:

Adia “Dr. Dia” Winfrey

Fourth Congressional District:

Rick Neighbors

Seventh Congressional District:

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Terri Sewell

Public Service Commission President:

Laura “lower bills, cleaner air and water” Casey

Robert L. Mardis, III

State Board of Education:

Place 1:

Tom Holmes

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Place 3:

Jarralynne Agee

Place 5:

Fred Bell

Tonya Smith Chestnut

Ron Davis

Phillip Ensler

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Pamela J. Laffitte

Patrice “Penni” McClammy

Woodie E. Pugh, Jr.

Joanne Shum

Dr. Robert White II

Billie Jean Young

Circuit Court Judge:

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Circuit 10, Place 2:

Shanta Owens

Circuit 10, Place 3:

Kechia Davis

Sandy E. Lee

Everett W. Wess

Circuit 10, Place 10:

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Monica Agee

Patrick James Ballard

Circuit 10, Place 16;

Linda Hall

Everett Wess

Circuit 15, Place 2:

Madeline Hinson Lewis

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Brooke E. Reid

Circuit 15, Place 4:

J.R. Gaines

Circuit 15, Place 7:

Lloria Munnerlyn James

Vicky U. Toles

Circuit 15, Place 9:

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Johnny Hardwick

Circuit 26, Place 2:

David Johnson

District Judge, Butler County:

Brandon Eugene Collins

District Judge, Greene County:

Lillie Jones-Osborne

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District Judge, Jefferson County Place 1

Martha R. Cook

Gerri Robinson

District Judge, Jefferson County Place 2

Maria Fortune

District Judge, Jefferson County Place 7

Ruby Yvette Davis

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Terrika Shaw

Angeline J. Sperling

District Judge, Macon County

Deborah Hill Biggers

District Judge, Mobile County Place 3

Alan “Big Al” Colvin

District Judge, Montgomery County Place 1

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Monet McCorvey Gaines

District Judge, Montgomery County Place 1

Angela Starr

District Judge, Morgan County Place 3

Paul R. Holland

District Judge, Sumter County

Steve Boyd

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Tammy Jackson Montgomery

District Judge, Walker County

Seth L. Diamond

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