Most Alabamians are likely aware that a primary election vote is coming soon. The presidential campaign dominates the nightly television news. Ads for candidates for the GOP nomination for Senate are unavoidable on television or social media.
A majority of voters are undecided on the Republican race for Supreme Court justice between incumbent Justice Greg Shaw and challenger Sen. Cam Ward, a new Alabama Daily News poll shows.
New polling shows that Alabamians overwhelmingly want a statewide lottery and a significant percentage are undecided on how to vote on the March 3 constitutional amendment to reorganize the state board of education.
When Jeff Sessions helped start the first College Republicans club at Huntingdon College in Montgomery, successful GOP candidates were rare in Alabama. Then came Watergate, which made the party’s image worse. But Sessions stuck with it.
Tommy Tuberville, a former Auburn University football coach, spoke to a regular meeting of the JSU Republicans at Jacksonville State University's Brewer Hall Wednesday night, the last of eight or nine campaign stops that day, according to his staff.
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.
Calhoun County Commission Chairman Tim Hodges said Thursday that his decision to run for revenue commissioner — cutting short his county commission term — was just as abrupt as it appeared.
Karen Roper, the county’s revenue commissioner since 2003, didn’t file the paperwork to qualify for a re-election run on Friday, the filing deadline. “This is going to be my last term,” Roper said Monday. “It’s time.”
Voters in Alabama’s 3rd Congressional District will have a choice of familiar faces in the 2020 election for U.S. House of Representatives.
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.
The Calhoun County Commission voted 4-0 today to put legalization of Sunday alcohol sales on the 2020 primary ballot. The measure would affect areas inside Calhoun County but outside city limits.