Montgomery, Ala. (EETV) – With the Alabama Primaries lurking around the corner, here is your breakdown of the candidates for each position. The Republican and Democrat Primaries are set for May 24 with runoff elections scheduled for June 21 if needed. The deadline to register for the Primaries is May 9.

This is a list of the major state and federal positions; it does not include some state-level offices, such as State Congress, Board of Education, Public Service Commission, etc. Auburn is located in Alabama's 3rd Congressional District, so that will be the only congressional race Eagle Eye follows. The incumbent in each race is marked with an (I). Click below each office to learn more about its purpose, as well as short bios of the various candidates.

Senate

Republican

Democrat

Lillie Boddie

Katie Boyd Britt

Mo Brooks

Karla M. Dupriest

Mike Durant

Jake Schafer

Will Boyd

Brandaun Dean

Lanny Jackson

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Governor

Republican

Democrat

Kay Ivey (I)

Lynda Blanchard

Robert "Lew" Burdette

Stacy Lee George

Tim James

Donald Trent Jones

Dean Odle

Dave Thomas

Dean Young

Yolanda Rochelle Flowers

Patricia Salter Jamieson

Arthur Kennedy

Chad "Chig" Martin

Malika Sander-Fortier

Doug "New Blue" Smith

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Lieutenant Governor

Republican

Democrat

Will Ainsworth (I)


Secretary of State

Republican

Democrat

Wes Allen

Christian Horn

Ed Packard

Jim Zeigler

Pamela J. Laffitte

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Attorney General

Republican

Democrat

Steve Marshall (I)

Harry Bartlett Still III

Wendell Major


1st Congressional District

Republican

Democrat

Jerry Carl (I)


2nd Congressional District

Republican

Democrat

Barry Moore (I)

Phyllis Harvey-Hall

Vimal Patel


3rd Congressional District

Republican

Democrat

Mike Rogers (I)

Michael T. Joiner


4th Congressional District

Republican

Democrat

Robert Aderholt (I)

Rick Neighbors

5th Congressional District

Republican

Democrat

Andy Blalock

John Roberts

Paul Sanford

Dale Strong

Casey Wardynski

Harrison Wright

Charlie Thompson

Kathy Warner-Stanton


6th Congressional District

Republican

Democrat

Gary Palmer (I)


7th Congressional District

Republican

Democrat

Beatrice Nichols

Terri Sewell (I)