Birmingham 2013 City Election Results

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Unofficial election results from the City of Birmingham with 99% of the vote tallied. Winners are in italics. If no candidate won a majority, the top two vote-getters will head to a runoff scheduled for October 8th.


Birmingham Mayor

Kamu Afrika — 8%

Pat Bell — 4%

William Bell (incumbent) — 74%

Stephannie Sigler Huey — 4%

Adlai Trone — 10%


Birmingham City Council District 1

Pat Davis — 22%

Keith Rice — 14%

Lashunda Scales (incumbent) — 64%

Birmingham City Council District 2

Rolanda Hollis — 30%

Kim Rafferty (incumbent) — 31%

Richard Rutledge — 12%

Neil Shah — 1%

Bart Slawson — 20%

Everett Wess — 5%

Birmingham City Council District 3

Incumbent Valerie Abbott ran unopposed

Birmingham City Council District 4

Edward Maddox — 27%

Maxine Parker (incumbent) — 73%

Birmingham City Council District 5

Johnathan Austin (incumbent) — 73%

Robert Walker — 27%

Birmingham City Council District 6

Keith Aaron — 6%

John Harris — 3%

Willis Hendrix — 1%

LaTanya Millhouse — 9%

Michael Morrison — 6%

James Stewart — 15%

Sheila Tyson — 60%

Birmingham City Council District 7

Gary Bruce Lavender– 37%

Jay Roberson (incumbent) — 63%

Birmingham City Council District 8

Steven Hoyt (incumbent) — 61%

Gerri Robinson — 39%

Birmingham City Council District 9

Leroy Bandy — 24%

Angene Coleman — 10%

Eric Hall — 7%

Marcus Lundy — 29%

David Russell — 12%

Ellen Spencer — 17%


Birmingham Board of Education District 1

Tyrone Blecher (incumbent) — 25%

Sherman Collins — 31%

Douglas Ragland — 27%

Jerry Tate — 17%

Birmingham Board of Education District 2

Virginia Volker (incumbent) — 38%

Lyord Watson — 62%

Birmingham Board of Education District 3

Incumbent Brian Giattina ran unopposed.

Birmingham Board of Education District 4

Daagye Hendricks — 40%

Rodney Huntley — 19%

Gwen Sykes — 41%

Birmingham Board of Education District 5

Martha McDowell — 30%

Randall Woodfin — 70%

Birmingham Board of Education District 6

Lavon Beard — 17%

Gwendolyn Bell — 26%

Cheri Gardner — 35%

Ervin Hill — 13%

Joy Smith — 9%

Birmingham Board of Education District 7

Wardine Alexander — 51%

Lawrence Jackson — 40%

Darius Moore — 9%

Birmingham Board of Education District 8

Patricia Bozeman-Henderson — 35%

April Williams (incumbent) — 58%

Antwon Womack — 7%

Birmingham Board of Education District 9

Sandra Brown — 70%

Emanuel Ford (incumbent) — 30%

~August 28, 2013