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Live blog — Election Day

The state of Alabama is voting Tuesday, November 6. Follow along for Election Day coverage throughout the day regarding the race for governor, lieutenant governor, attorney general, supreme court, Congress, state Senate and more, including the amendment votes.
Update 11:35:
ALGOP chair Terry Lathan mocks Planned Parenthood for failing to have Amendment 2 stopped.

Update 10:51
See our story on Alabama Lieutenant Governor-elect Will Ainsworth here.

Update 10:27
Alabama Democratic Party still at odds with itself.

Update 10:22:
All four state amendments passed.

Also, see our Kay Ivey victory write-up by Sean Ross, who was at the scene, here.

Update 10:14:
Republican State Auditor Jim Zeigler defeated Democratic nominee Miranda Joseph.
Republican Alabama Supreme Court Justice Tom Parker over Democrat Judge Bob Vance.
Update 9:47
The Will to win. Republican Will Ainsworth defeats Democrat Will Boyd for lieutenant governor.

Update 9:45
Not called yet, but AG Steve Marshall is up big

Update 9:30:
Ivey takes the stage:

Update 9:24:
Feel the Byrne. Republican Bradley Byrne wins AL-1 over Democrat Robert Kennedy.

Update 9:12:
Ivey victory speech: “Alabama’s best days are just ahead of us.”
Update: 8:53
Down goes Isner. Republican Martha Roby defeats her Democratic counterpart Tabitha Isner in AL-2.

Update 8:49
‘Ello, guvnah. Kay Ivey defeats Walt Maddox.

Update 8:45
In other news, Alabama remains number one in the new College Football Playoff standings. Auburn is back in the top 25 at #24.
Update 8:43:
Mo’ Mo. AP calls it for Republican Mo Brooks in AL-5 over Peter Joffrion

Update 8:33
The New York Times and AP have called Republican Mike Rogers (AL-3) over his Democrat challenger Mallory Hagan.
The two have also called AL-6 in favor of Republican Gary Palmer over Democrat Danner Kline.

Update 8:24
AP calls it for Robert Aderholt, who beat Lee Auman 79-21 in Alabama’s 4th congressional district.

Update 8:14:
NBC News now projecting Ivey as the winner.

Update 8:12:
Nick Saban continues his winning streak…

Update 8:10:
Big crowd at the Governor Kay Ivey watch party.

Update 7:51:
The scene at the Attorney General Steve Marshall watch party:

Update 7:34:
Secretary of State John Merrill: No reports of voter suppression in Alabama.

Update 7:17
Fox News called the race already for Governor Kay Ivey (Only one percent has been counted).

Update 7:13
Alabama Democratic Party chair Nancy Worley says turnout around the state better this time around.

Update 7:00:
Polls are now closed. It’s go time.

Update 6:40:
Yellowhammer News’ Jeff Poor and Dale Jackson are joined by political scientist Dr. Waymon Burke in providing live video coverage and analysis of Election Day. Their live stream can be found here.

Before results start coming in, check out Yellowhammer News contributor Jeff Poor’s Five things to watch in Alabama on Election Day.