The Montgomery County Republican headquarters was packed Tuesday night.
It started filling up around 6.
Lieutenant Governor Kay Ivey stopped by to talk with voters.
She said voter turnout in the state was fantastic, and something Alabamians should be proud of.
"Well I tell you what, if you look at the intensity and the energy of the American voters who absolutely want better jobs and want more take home pay and a better future for their children and a strong national defense. You just better not get between that voter and the voting booth. That was the most dangerous thing you could doy Tuesda," said Ivey.
Alabama's chief election official, Secretary of State Beth Chapman, estimates voter turnout to be about 74 percent.