The Alabama gubernatorial election of 1998 was held on 3 November 1998 to select the governor of the state of Alabama. The election saw incumbent Fob James (R) taking on Lieutenant Governor Don Siegelman (D). The result saw Don Siegelman win a decisive victory over Fob James.
The Republican primary took place on June 2 and saw no candidate secure over 50% of the vote, leading to a runoff on June 30. Incumbent Governor Fob James won the runoff to become the Republican nominee.