Alabama’s Republican candidates for the Senate in 2022 are uniform in their position against mandates during the pandemic.
Candidates and incumbents seeking legislative and statewide office “may not accept, solicit, or receive contributions during the period when the Legislature is convened in session” except “within 120 days of any primary, runoff, or general election…”
Julie Borrelli and Pam Howard are in the running for the District 40 seat in the state House of Representatives, which will be up for election in 2022.
According to June campaign filings, at least three sitting House members have GOP primary challengers who plan to raise funds against them.
U.S. Senate candidate Katie Britt raised $2.24 million in the first three weeks since she announced she’s seeking the office, her campaign said Tuesday.
The 2022 primary elections are nearly 11 months away, but several candidates in contested races got off to strong fundraising starts in June.
A 53-year-old pastor from east Alabama is running for governor partly because of what he calls the mishandling of the COVID-19 pandemic by Gov. Kay Ivey.
House Speaker Mac McCutcheon will not run again for his House District 25 seat and will therefore also be retiring as speaker after the 2022 elections.
Term-limited State Auditor Jim Zeigler is forming an "exploratory committee" to “test the water” as a possible GOP challenger to Gov. Kay Ivey next year.
State Rep. Andrew Sorrell, R-Muscle Shoals, formally announced his campaign for state auditor on Monday, saying he wants to bring more responsibilities to the role.
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis topped the 2024 presidential approval poll at the Western Conservative Summit 2021 in Denver over the weekend, edging out former President Donald Trump.
Stan Cooke, pastor of the Kimberly Church of God, announced he is running for the Republican nomination for state auditor next year.
Circuit Judge Debra Jones made her first public appearance as an Alabama Supreme Court candidate Wednesday morning on the steps of the Calhoun County Courthouse.
Former Business Council of Alabama President Katie Boyd Britt filed paperwork last week to run for U.S. Senate, setting up a three-way battle for the Republican nomination for outgoing U.S. Sen. Richard Shelby's seat.
Kay Ivey on Wednesday said she would seek a second full term as governor of Alabama in an announcement that stressed her reaction to the COVID-19 outbreak and pro-business policies.