The June 21 GOP runoff election for secretary of state presents a contrast in styles and experience, if not policy.
The Alabama Republican Party Executive Committee certified the primary results from last week’s Alabama House District 29 race on Wednesday with Mark Gidley being declared the winner.
Alabamians who missed last week’s primary contests but want to vote in the June 21 runoffs have until Friday to hand-deliver a voter registration form to their local board of registrars.
Wade Perry, who led Democrat Doug Jones’ successful 2017 Senate campaign, has been involved in elections in Alabama in some capacity since 1992.
Buell Biggers, A.J. Benefield and Jon Daniel are all vying for the seat that will be vacant after the retirement of current Cleburne County Sheriff Dennis Green, who is stepping down after two terms.
The law that guides each election, which is overseen by the Alabama Secretary of State John Merrill, is found in the Alabama Code 1975, which can be viewed online.
State Senate District 12 candidates have weighed in with their thoughts about the U.S. Supreme Court’s leaked draft that indicates that the 1973 landmark Roe v. Wade case that legalized abortion nationwide may be overturned.
One of Gayla Blanton’s biggest concerns is the spread of illegal drug use, which she said has increased the burden of the Department of Human Resources.
When Bill McAdams, 48, of White Plains heard that Koven Brown, who represents Alabama House District 40 in Montgomery, was retiring, he decided to run for his office.
About two weeks remain in lawmakers’ annual spring legislative session and several high-profile bills, including the state’s 2023 budgets and several potential policy changes regarding education, await votes.
Improved collaboration between federal and state government would be Bill Lester’s goal if he wins the District 40 seat in the Alabama House of Representatives.
Running for the Republican nomination in the race for Alabama House District 40, Jakob Williamson said he has a strategic point to make — he has time to devote to the job.
Chad Robertson, 44, is a lifelong Cleburne County resident, but he has seen how commerce and travel patterns link Cleburne and Calhoun counties as similar regions.
The 63-year-old mother of three and grandmother of five said she’s ready to roll up her sleeves and get to work on the district’s infrastructure, education and workforce needs.
Jacksonville resident Katie Exum has announced she will run for the state representative seat for Alabama House District 40.