Calhoun County Elections

The Calhoun County Journal has put together a full list of all Calhoun County Candidates, both republican and democrat, as well as the ballot measures that will be voted for on November 8th, 2022.

The Calhoun County Journal does not endorse any candidate. We strive to report on who is running for each seat and give all candidates the same opportunity to share their individual platforms. 


Primaries were May 24, 2022
Primary were June 21st, 2022

Election November 8, 2022

Election Quick Guide

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U.S. Senate Alabama

Katie Britt

Katie Britt (Republican Party) is running for election to the U.S. Senate to represent Alabama. 

Mo Brooks

Mo Brooks (Republican Party) is a member of the U.S. House, representing Alabama’s 5th Congressional District.  On March 22, 2021, Brooks announced he would run for U.S. Senate in 2022 rather than seek re-election to his U.S. House seat.

Dr. Will Boyd

Dr. Will Boyd (Democratic Party) is running for election to the U.S. Senate to represent Alabama.

Governor of Alabama

Kay Ivey

Kay Ivey (Republican Party) is the Governor of Alabama. She assumed office on April 10, 2017. Her current term ends on January 16, 2023. She is running for re-election for Governor of Alabama. 

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Yolanda Rochelle Flowers (Democratic Party) Flowers is running for election for Governor of Alabama. 

U.S. House Alabama District 3

Mike Rogers

Mike Rogers (Republican) Rogers is a member of the U.S. House, representing Alabama’s 3rd Congressional District. He assumed office on January 3, 2003. His current term ends on January 3, 2023. Rogers is running for US House Alabama District 13.

Douglas Bell
Douglas Bell (Independent) Bell is running for US House Alabama District 13.
Lin Veasey

Lin Veasey (Democratic Party) Veasey is running for US House Alabama District 13.

Lieutenant Governor of Alabama

Will Ainsworth

Will Ainsworth (Republican Party) is the Lieutenant Governor of Alabama. He assumed office on January 14, 2019. His current term ends on January 16, 2023. Ainsworth is running for re-election for Lieutenant Governor of Alabama. 

Alabama Supreme Court (Bolin's seat)

Greg Cook
Greg Cook (Republican Party) Cook is running for Alabama Supreme Court.

Attorney General of Alabama

Steve Marshall

Steve Marshall (Republican Party) is the Attorney General of Alabama. He assumed office on February 10, 2017. His current term ends on January 16, 2023. Marshall is running for re-election for Attorney General of Alabama. 

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Wendell Major (Democratic Party) Major is running for re-election for Attorney General of Alabama.

Alabama Secretary of State

Allen Photo

Wes Allen (Republican Party) is a member of the Alabama House of Representatives, representing District 89. He assumed office on November 7, 2018. His current term ends on November 9, 2022. Allen is running for election for Alabama Secretary of State. 

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Pamela J. Laffitte (Democratic Party) Laffitte is running for election for Alabama Secretary of State.

Commissioner of Agriculture and Industries

Rick Pate

Rick Pate (Republican Party) is the Alabama Treasurer. He assumed office on October 1, 2021. His current term ends on January 6, 2023. Boozer is running for election for Alabama Commissioner of Agriculture and Industries.

Alabama Treasurer

Young Boozer

Young Boozer (Republican Party) is the Alabama Treasurer. He assumed office on October 1, 2021. His current term ends on January 6, 2023. Boozer is running for re-election for Alabama Treasurer. 

Alabama Auditor

Andrew Sorrell

Andrew Sorrell (Republican Party) is a member of the Alabama House of Representatives, representing District 3. He assumed office on November 7, 2018. His current term ends on November 9, 2022. Sorrell is running for election for Alabama Auditor. 

Alabama Public Service Commission Place 1

Jeremy Oden
Jeremy H. Oden (Republican Party) is running for election to the Alabama Public Service Commissionto represent Place 1.

Alabama Public Service Commission Place 2

Chip Beeker

Chip Beeker (Republican Party) is running for election to the Alabama Public Service Commission to represent Place 2.

Alabama State Board of Education District 6

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Marie Manning (Republican Party) is running for election to Alabama State Board of Education District 6

Alabama State Senate District 12

Keith Kelley

Keith Kelley (Republican Party) is running for election to the Alabama State Senate to represent District 12. 

Danny McCullars

Danny McCullars (Democratic Party) is running for election to the Alabama State Senate to represent District 12.

Alabama House of Representatives District 29

Mark A. Gidley

Mark A. Gidley (Republican Party) is running for election to the Alabama House of Representatives District 29.

Alabama House of Representatives District 32

Evan B. Jackson

Evan B. Jackson (Republican Party) is running for election to the Alabama House of Representatives District 32.

Dr. Barbara Bigsby Boyd

Dr. Barbara Bigsby Boyd (Democratic Party) is running for election to the Alabama House of Representatives District 32.

Alabama House of Representatives District 35

Steve Hurst

Steve Hurst (Republican Party) is running for election to the Alabama House of Representatives District 35.

Alabama House of Representatives District 36

Randy Wood

Randy Wood (Republican Party) is running for election to the Alabama House of Representatives District 36.

Alabama House of Representatives District 40

Chad Robertson

Chad Robertson (Republican Party) is running for election to the Alabama House of Representatives District 40.

Pam Howard

Pam Howard (Democratic Party) is running for election to the Alabama House of Representatives District 40.

Commission District 1

Fred-Wilson

Fred Wilson (Democratic Party) is running for election to the Commission District 1.

Commission District 2

Danny-Shears

Danny Shears (Republican Party) is running for election to the Calhoun County Commission, District 2.

Mercy-Pilkington

Mercy Pilkington (Democratic Party) is running for election to the Calhoun County Commission, District 2.

Commission District 3

Carolyn-Henderson

Carolyn Henderson (Republican Party) is running for election to the Calhoun County Commission, District 3.

Commission District 4

Terry-Howell

Terry Howell (Republican Party) is running for election to the Calhoun County Commission, District 4.

Commission District 5

Lee Patterson

Lee Patterson (Republican Party) is running for election to the Calhoun County Commission, District 5.

Commissioner of License

Barry-R.-Robertson

Barry R. Robertson (Republican Party) Robertson is running for election for Commissioner of License.

Calhoun County Sheriff

Matthew Wade

Matthew Wade (Republican Party) Wade is running for election for Calhoun County Sheriff.

Calhoun County Coroner

Patrick-Todd-Brown

Patrick Todd Brown (Republican Party) Brown is running for election for Calhoun County Coroner.

Circuit Court 7 Judges

Jennifer-Weems

Jennifer Weems (Republican Party) Weems is running for election to the Circuit Court 7 Place 3 Judge.

Shannon-C-Page

Shannon C Page (Republican Party) Page is running for election to the Circuit Court 7 Place 5 Judge.

District Judge

Beth Rogers

Beth Rogers (Republican Party) Rogers is running for election to District Judge Place 3 for Calhoun County.

District Attorney

Brian-McVeigh

Brian McVeigh (Republican Party) McVeigh is running for District Attorney Circuit 7.

Ballot Measures

Alabama Authorize $85 Million in Bonds for Public Historical Sites and State Parks Amendment (May 2022) – The Alabama Authorize $85 Million in Bonds for Public Historical Sites and State Parks Amendment is on the ballot in Alabama as a legislatively referred constitutional amendment on May 24, 2022.

A “yes” vote supports amending the state constitution to issue up to $85 million in bonds for improvement, renovation, acquisition, construction, and maintenance of state parks managed by the Department of Conservation and Natural Resources and historical sites managed by the Alabama Historical Commission.

A “no” vote opposes amending the state constitution to issue up to $85 million in bonds for improvement, renovation, acquisition, construction, and maintenance of state parks managed by the Department of Conservation and Natural Resources and historical sites managed by the Alabama Historical Commission.

Alabama Allow Denial of Bail for Offenses Enumerated by State Legislature Amendment (2022) – The Alabama Allow Denial of Bail for Offenses Enumerated by State Legislature Amendment is on the ballot in Alabama as a legislatively referred constitutional amendment on November 8, 2022.

A “yes” vote supports authorizing the state legislature to enumerate in state law offenses for which bail may be denied (including murder, kidnapping, rape, assault, and more).

A “no” vote opposes authorizing the state legislature to enumerate in state law offenses for which bail may be denied.

Alabama Authorize Certain Cities to Use Special Property Tax Revenue to Pay for Capital Improvements Directly Amendment (2022) – The Alabama Authorize Certain Cities to Use Special Property Tax Revenue to Pay for Capital Improvements Directly Amendment is on the ballot in Alabama as a legislatively referred constitutional amendment on November 8, 2022.

A “yes” vote supports requiring that any legislation changing the conduct of a general election must be implemented at least six months before the next affected general election.

A “no” vote opposes requiring legislation changing the conduct of a general election to be implemented at least six months before the next affected general election.

Alabama Prohibit Changes to Election Conduct Laws within Six Months of General Elections Amendment (2022) – The Alabama Prohibit Changes to Election Conduct Laws within Six Months of General Elections Amendment is on the ballot in Alabama as a legislatively referred constitutional amendment on November 8, 2022.

A “yes” vote supports requiring that any legislation changing the conduct of a general election must be implemented at least six months before the next affected general election.

A “no” vote opposes requiring legislation changing the conduct of a general election to be implemented at least six months before the next affected general election.

Alabama Remove Orphans’ Business from Probate Court Jurisdiction Amendment (2022) – The Alabama Remove Orphans’ Business from Probate Court Jurisdiction Amendment is on the ballot in Alabama as a legislatively referred constitutional amendment on November 8, 2022.

A “yes” vote supports removing orphans’ business from the jurisdiction of county probate courts.

A “no” vote opposes removing orphans’ business from the jurisdiction of county probate courts.

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