BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (WIAT) — The latest developments in Alabama’s 2022 primary runoff elections. All times are local (CT).

10:33 p.m.

The Associated Press has declared a winner in the Democratic gubernatorial race. Yolanda Rochelle Flowers will take on incumbent Gov. Kay Ivey in November’s general election. Flowers becomes the first African-American to ever win a major party’s nomination for governor in the state of Alabama.

10:06 p.m.

The Associated Press has called the Republican State Auditor’s race in favor of Andrew Sorrell. The state representative of the 3rd district of Alabama took home more than 57% of the total votes.

9:51 p.m.

Chip Beeker was named the winner in the race for place 2 of the Public Service Commission.

9:09 p.m.

Wes Allen has been declared the winner in the Secretary of State race, netting 64% of the votes cast during Tuesday’s runoff election. He will face off against Democrat Pamela J. Laffitte in the Nov. 8 general election.

8:33 p.m.

The Associated Press has declared Katie Britt as the winner in the Republican US Senate runoff. She took the nomination with more than 65% of the votes that have been tabulated.

Mo Brooks conceded in the race, saying he was looking forward to spending more time with his family.

7:35 p.m.

Early results from the runoff elections show Yolanda Rochelle Flowers with nearly 86% of the votes in the Democratic gubernatorial race.

Katie Britt has a commanding 39-point lead over Mo Brooks with 1% of the total votes being reported. Wes Allen leads the Secretary of State race and Andrew Sorrell has an advantage over Stan Cooke in the State Auditor race.

7 p.m.

The majority of polls in Alabama have closed as voters turn in their selections in a handful of runoff races from May’s primary election.

Precinct 1110 in Birmingham has announced it will remain open to voters in that district until 8:30 p.m. as ballots were not readily available when the polls opened at 7 a.m.

Candidates in these races will only need the majority of votes to move on to the general election or win outright if no candidates in another party qualified.