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Updated Oct. 14, 2010
Shelby has a $17 million war chest, has no real Democratic opposition to speak of and is running in one of the most GOP-friendly political environments in recent memory.
He will cruise to a fifth term.
U.S. Senate Delegation: 2 Republicans
U.S. House Delegation:
Sen. Jeff Sessions-R
First Elected: 1996 (3rd term)
Last Elected: 2008 (63.36%)
Governor: Robert Bentley, R
First Elected: 2010 (1st term)
State House Control: Democratic
State Senate Control: Democratic
|2010||general||Richard Shelby (R)||968,181||65.2%|
|William Barnes (D)||515,619||34.7%|
|2004||general||Richard Shelby (R)||1,242,200||67.6%|
|Wayne Sowell (D)||595,018||32.4%|
|1998||general||Richard C. Shelby (R)||817,973||63.2%|
|Clayton Suddith (D)||474,568||36.7%|
|1992||general||Richard C. Shelby (D)||1,022,698||64.8%|
|Richard Sellers (R)||522,015||33.1%|
|Jerome Shockley (LIBERT)||31,811||2%|
|1986||general||Richard C. Shelby (D)||609,360||50%|
|Jeremiah Denton (R)||602,537||50%|
|2008||Barack Obama: 38.74%||John McCain: 60.32%|
|2004||John Kerry: 37%||George W. Bush: 62%|
|2000||Al Gore: 42%||George W. Bush: 56%|