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%.
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Winners are displayed in red.
Approximately 99% of votes tallied
District 1: RUNOFF OCT. 4TH
Jim Spear (Incumbent) - 41%
Richard Bollinger - 33%
Robert C. Lowry - 3%
Alan Parker - 23%