Certified county Nov. 3 election results released

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The following are the official results of the Nov. 3 General Election in Walker County (not counting constables, which were published earlier, and one-candidate races), certified on Nov. 12 with all 47 precincts counted after a turnout of 64.77 percent, or 31,405 ballots out of 48,488:

• FOR PRESIDENT AND VICE-PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES: JOSEPH R. BIDEN and KAMALA D. HARRIS (Democrat), 4,834, or 15.31 percent; DONALD J. TRUMP and MICHAEL R. PENCE (Republican), 26,002, or 83.42 percent; JO JORGENSEN and JEREMY "Spike" COHEN (Independent), 277, or .89 percent. Unofficial state results: Biden, 837, 376, or 36.45 percent; Trump, 1,427,820, 62.15 percent; Jorgensen, 24,886, or 1.08 percent; write-in, 7,213, or .31 percent. 

• FOR UNITED STATES SENATOR: DOUG JONES (Democrat), 5,978, or 19.25 percent; TOMMY TUBERVILLE (Republican), 25,016, or 80.54 percent. Unofficial state results: Jones, 907,484, or 39.62 percent; Tuberville, 1,379,222, or 60.21 percent; write-ins, 3,836, .17 percent. 

• FOR UNITED STATES REPRESENTATIVE, 4TH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT: RICK NEIGHBORS (Democrat), 4,755, or 15.38 percent; ROBERT ADERHOLT (Republican), 26,147, or 84.57 percent. Unofficial district results:  Neighbors, 54,704, or 17.43 percent; Aderholt, 258,955, or 82.5 percent; write-ins, 236, or .08 percent. 

• FOR PRESIDENT, PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION: LAURA CASEY (Democrat), 5,434, or 17.83 percent; TWINKLE ANDRESS CAVANAUGH (Republican), 25,005, or 82.03 percent. Unofficial state results:  Casey, 846,209, or 37.79 percent; Cavanaugh, 1,390,549, or 62.09 percent; write-ins, 2,689, or .12 percent. 

• FOR DISTRICT COURT JUDGE, WALKER COUNTY, PLACE NO. 1: SETH L. DIAMOND (Democrat), 4,872, or 15.89 percent; HENRY ALLRED (Republican), 25,755, or 83.99 percent.  

• FOR MEMBER, WALKER COUNTY COMMISSION, DISTRICT NO. 3: JAMES "Jim" BORDEN (Republican), 5,870, or 88.6 percent; BILL J. CLEGHORN (Independent), 740, 11.17 percent.

• Statewide Amendment 1 (only a citizen of U.S. has right to vote): Yes, 22,919, or 84 percent; No, 4,367, or 16 percent. Unofficial state results:  Yes, 1,518,469, or 77.01 percent; No, 453,330, or 22.99 percent.

• Statewide Amendment 2 (various changes in judicial system): Yes, 11,873, 47.7 percent; No, 13,017, 52.3 percent. Unofficial state results:  Yes,  870,422, or 48.88 percent; No, 910,264, or 51.12 percent. 

• Statewide Amendment 3 (changes to how long an appointed judge would serve): Yes, 16,149, or 64.77 percent; No, 8,783, or 35.23 percent. Unofficial state results:  Yes, 1,179,725, or 64.8 percent; No, 640,780, or 35.2 percent. 

• Statewide Amendment 4 (Legislature allowed to recompile state constitution): Yes, 13,602, or 55.57 percent; No, 10,877, or 44.43 percent. Unofficial state results: Yes, 1,207,634, or 66.74 percent; No, 601,788, or 33.26 percent. 

• Statewide Amendment 5 (Franklin County only, not liable to use deadly force in self-defense or defense of others in church): Yes, 17,501, or 78.52 percent; No, 4,788, 21.48 percent. Unofficial state results:  Yes, 1,200,422, or 71.64 percent; No, 475,235, or 28.36 percent. 

• Statewide Amendment 6 (Lauderdale County only, not liable to use deadly force in self-defense or defense of others in church): Yes, 17,668, or 79.03 percent; No, 4,688, or 20.97 percent. Unofficial state results:  Yes, 1,202,883, or 71.63 percent; No, 476,355, or 28.37 percent. 

• Walker County Local Amendment 1  ("Relating to Walker County, proposing an amendment to the Constitution of Alabama of 1901, to allow the Judge of Probate of Walker County to exercise equity jurisdiction concurrent with that of the circuit court in cases originally filed in the Probate Court of Walker County if the Judge of Probate is a member of the Alabama State Bar. Proposed by Act 2020-96)": Yes, 17,635, or 68.83 percent; No, 7,987, or 31.17 percent. 

• Walker County Local Amendment 2 ("Relating to Walker County, proposing an amendment to the Constitution of Alabama of 1901, to provide that elected and appointed officials in Walker County may participate in the Employees’ Retirement System in lieu of participating in a supernumerary program or system. Proposed by Act 2020-99)": Yes, 18,051, or 67.83 percent; No, 8,563, or 32.17 percent.