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.
U.S. Rep. Mike Rogers this week renewed his criticism of the United Nations, calling the organization "dangerous" in an email to constituents. His opponent in November's election, Mallory Hagan, pointed to the U.N.'s role in preserving peace.
Businessman Terry Howell will face incumbent Calhoun County Commissioner J.D. Hess in a runoff election for the District 4 seat on the commission, election officials determined Tuesday.
As of Friday, candidates across the state had reported spending over $120,848.55 on Facebook advertisements this year, according to state campaign finance records.
Alice Martin the Alabama attorney general candidate shares a name with Calhoun County Probate Judge Alice Martin, a well-known local figure who wasn’t on the ballot for anything on Tuesday. Mistaken identity may be the reason for more than one odd result from Tuesday’s polling here.