Senate candidate and U.S. Rep. Bradley Byrne, R-Mobile, was the main speaker Monday night at a regular meeting of the county Republican party at Saks Community Center. He’s one of several people seeking the Republican nomination for the U.S. Senate seat currently held by Sen. Doug Jones, D-Birmingham.
Voters who aren’t already registered have until mid-February to do so if they want to participate in Alabama's March 3 election. Many more opportunities to vote will follow in 2020.
Alabama Republican leaders removed a candidate for the 3rd Congressional District seat from the 2020 ballot Sunday, leaving incumbent U.S. Rep. Mike Rogers, R-Saks, unopposed for the GOP nomination.
Candidates have until 5 p.m. Friday to qualify with their parties to run in 2020 elections. As of Thursday afternoon, only one candidate had qualified in the 3rd District race: incumbent Republican Rep. Mike Rogers of Saks.
Polls closed at 7 p.m., and while statewide turnout numbers weren’t immediately available, vote counts at some Calhoun County polling places passed their 2014 totals by early afternoon.
Mallory Hagan’s congressional campaign removed a Jacksonville State University logo from the campaign’s website Monday, where it had been used to promote two events on the school’s campus.
Send us your questions for Republican Gov. Kay Ivey and Democratic candidate Walt Maddox. We’re challenging the candidates for governor in the Nov. 6 election to a "virtual forum," since there's no plan for a live debate.
U.S. Rep. Mike Rogers spent an hour Thursday walking the halls of the newly built Alexandria Middle School. Led by two students, the congressman shook hands with teachers and asked students about their favorite classes.
J.D. Hess, who’s been on the commission on and off since the early 1990s, picked up 1,418 votes in a Republican primary runoff election, beating challenger Terry Howell by a 200-vote margin.
A determined few voted Tuesday in a grab-bag of Republican runoff elections. On the ballot were the GOP nominations for lieutenant governor, attorney general, agriculture commissioner and various judgeships, along with two Calhoun County Commission seats.
The number of polling places in Alabama is shrinking, but Secretary of State John Merrill says the declining numbers don’t necessarily mean it’s getting harder to cast a ballot.