Portal:Alabama and the U.S. Congress/Senators, representatives and candidates

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Congressional districts

Alabama has seven congressional districts (click map for detail).



Jeff Sessions (R)

50px Richard Shelby (R)


In the 110th Congress, Alabama had 2 Democrats and 5 Republicans in the U.S. House and 2 Republican senators. In the 2008 elections, Alabama elected 3 Democrats and 4 Republicans to the U.S. House, and continues to have 2 Republican senators. (See results)

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Senate Incumbent Jeff Sessions (R) is running for re-election.
50px Vivian Figures (D)
1st district Incumbent Jo Bonner (R) is running for re-election.
Democratic nominee Thomas Fuller has withdrawn.
2nd district Incumbent: Terry Everett (R) has announced he will not run.
50px Bobby Bright (D)
50px Jay Love (R)
3rd district Incumbent: Mike Rogers (R) is running for re-election.
50px Joshua Segall (D)
4th district Incumbent: Robert Aderholt (R) is running for re-election.
50px Nicholas Sparks (D)
5th district Incumbent: Bud Cramer (D) has announced he will not run.
50px Parker Griffith (D)
50px Wayne Parker (R)
6th district Incumbent: Spencer Bachus (R) is running for re-election.


7th district Incumbent: Artur Davis (D) is running for re-election.




Jo Bonner (R-1st district)

50px Terry Everett (R-2nd district)
50px Mike D. Rogers (R-3rd district)
50px Robert Aderholt (R-4th district)
50px Bud Cramer (D-5th district)
50px Spencer Bachus (R-6th district)
50px Artur Davis (D-7th district)

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