By the numbers: How Alabama voted in the 2016 election

By the numbers: How Alabama voted in the 2016 election

BIRMINGHAM, AL (WBRC) - On Tuesday in Alabama, the Republican party won every federal race in which they faced a Democratic opponent.

The Alabama Secretary of State's Office says more than two million Alabamians cast their ballots. They say that's a 62 percent voter turnout.

Senator Richard Shelby, representatives Martha Roby, Mike Rogers, Mo Brooks and Gary Palmer won their races by a majority. Representatives Bradley Burne, Robert Aderholt and Terri Sewell (D) ran unopposed.

As for the popular vote in the presidential race, 63 percent of Alabama voters cast their ballot for Donald Trump versus 35 percent for Hillary Clinton. Gary Johnson won two percent of the popular vote and Jill Stein failed to pick up any Alabama votes.

If you're interested in seeing how Alabama voted by county, click here to view FOX News' map.

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