ALABAMA (WKRG) — Alabama Attorney General Steve Marshall, along with other top Republicans, clinched victory Tuesday night. At 10:30 p.m., with 89% of the precinct reports, Marshall was leading Democratic challenger Wendell Major 67% to 33%.
During the race, Marshall touted his history of defying the federal government. Marshall has led and joined lawsuits against the Biden administration, including a challenge to a proposed COVID-19 vaccine requirement.
Marshall’s challenger, Major, has decades of law enforcement experience. Major is a former Navy and Sheriff’s Deputy.
Marshall won the Republican primary, beating his challenger Harry Still with 175,251 votes to 21,166.
Prior to taking office as Attorney General, Marshall served as the Marshall County District Attorney for 16 years.
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