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Montgomery Mayor Todd Strange wins re-election

Mayor Todd Strange speaks with supports after winning re-election Tuesday. Mayor Todd Strange speaks with supports after winning re-election Tuesday.

Montgomery Mayor Todd Strange and most every other incumbent were swept into office again Tuesday evening after polls closed and ballots were cast.

The only exception was in District 1 where Jim Spear (Incumbent) and Richard Bollinger will face each other in a runoff election set for October 4th.

With more than 80% of the vote, Strange earned his first full-term as mayor of Alabama's capital city. He won a special election in 2009 to fill the mayor's seat after then mayor Bobby Bright won a seat in the U.S. Congress.

Strange's opponent on the campaign was optical store owner Hobson Cox. Cox pulled approximately 4,500 votes, or about 19%.

We'll have more information and live reports starting in our 9:00pm newscasts on WSFA 12.2 and on WSFA 12 News at 10:00pm

Winners are displayed in red.
Approximately 99% of votes tallied

Mayoral Candidates
Todd Strange (Incumbent) - 81%
19,109 votes

Hobson Cox - 19%
4,416 votes

District 1: RUNOFF OCT. 4TH
Jim Spear (Incumbent) - 41%
1,523 votes

Richard Bollinger - 33%
1,257 votes

Robert C. Lowry - 3%
129 votes

Alan Parker - 23%
850 votes

District 2:
Charles W. Smith

District 3:
Tracy Larkin (Incumbent) - 63%
1,027 votes

Hersheil Mann Jr. - 37%
604 votes

District 4:
David Burkette (Incumbent) - 59%
782 votes

James Brown Jr - 12%
161 votes

Jamel Brown - 8%
100 votes

Gertlene Rudolph Miles - 14%
179 votes

Albert Sankey - 7%
99

District 5:
Cornelius "C.C." Calhoun (Incumbent) - 54%
1,388 votes

Terance "Watchdog" Dawson - 20%
517 votes

William Boyd - 26%
656 votes

District 6:
Jon Dow (Incumbent) - 88%
1,514 votes

Kelvin Williams - 12%
209 votes

District 7
Arch Lee (Incumbent) - 70%
2,068 votes

Isaiah Sankey - 21%
624 votes

Ezekiel Scroggins - 1%
23 votes

J. Grayson White - 8%
243 votes

District 8:
Glen Pruitt, Jr. (Incumbent) - 77%
2,993 votes

Antoinette Jones - 23%
887

District 9:
Charles Jinright

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