Below you can find the Alabama election results for the 2012 presidential election and the state's House races.
In 2008, Alabama voted reliably Republican, with over 60 percent of voters casting their ballots for GOP presidential candidate John McCain. In 2012, polls leading up to Election Day showed no sign that that may change.
According to 270towin.com, Alabama and its nine electoral votes have been a Republican stronghold since the mid-1960s, voting reliably Republican except in 1976, when Jimmy Carter was elected to his first and only term.
Alabama, along with a few other states, has made it clear that foreign poll watchers would be ejected from voting places if they tried to enter on Election Day. According to WSFA.com, Alabama Secretary of State Beth Chapman asked anyone approached by foreign human rights groups at the polls to report them immediately.