AUBURN, Ala (EETV) - The Alabama Election and the amendment voting has ended, here is a more in depth analysis of the election and an explanation of each amendment.
There are two newcomers to the Alabama House of Representatives lineup, Jerry Carl in the First Congressional District and Barry Moore in the Second Congressional District. They take the spots of Bradley Byrne and Martha Roby.
Robert Aderholt, he won a 13th term in Congress in the Fourth District which includes Gadsden, Albertville, Cullman, Jasper and parts of Tuscaloosa.
Mo Brooks, he won his sixth term in Congress in the Fifth District which includes Huntsville, Decatur, and Florence.
Jerry Carl, he defeated the incumbent James Averhart for the First District which includes Mobile, Daphne, Fairhope and Gulf Shores.
Barry Moore, he defeated Phyllis Harvey-Hall in the Second District which includes Montgomery, Dothan and Troy.
Gary Palmer, he ran unopposed in the Sixth District which includes parts of Birmingham, Vestavia Hills, Clanton and Oneonta.
Mike Rogers, he defeated Aida Winfrey for a 10th term in Congress. He represents the Third District which includes Anniston, Talladega, and the Auburn-Opelika Area.
Terri Sewell, the lone democrat who ran unopposed won her sixth term in Congress. She represents the Seventh District which includes parts of Birmingham, Tuscaloosa, Demopolis and Thomasville.
The winner of the Senate race is Tommy Tuberville who defeated the incumbent, Doug Jones. Tuberville was a coach for the Auburn Tigers from 1999 to 2008.
The First Amendment which states limiting Alabama voting to U.S. Citizens passed. The Second Amendment which states that there will be changes to the state's judicial article has failed. The Third Amendment which appoints judges for longer term passed. The Fourth Amendment which removes racist, outdated, duplicative language from the Alabama Constitution has passed. The Fifth and Sixth Amendment states that in Florence and Lauderdale counties would allow the use of deadly force to protect church attendees and employees has passed.