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Roy Moore and Luther Strange in Republican Primary Runoff

By Brandon Moseley Alabama Political Reporter Tuesday, August 15, 2017, former Alabama Chief Justice Roy Moore (R) received the most votes in the Republican Primary.  He was followed by Senator Luther Strange (R) who had the poorest performance by any sitting Republican Senator in a Republican Primary since 1962. Chief Justice Moore said, “This has Read More

Alabama politics: Setting new lows

By Josh Moon Alabama Political Reporter Maybe we’re expecting too much from our politicians. On a day when the president of the country called a group of white supremacists “fine people,” a guy who has been twice booted from his chief justice job beat the Republican field and forced a runoff against a guy who Read More

There’s very little difference 

INSIDE THE STATEHOUSE By Steve Flowers You know the results of Tuesday’s primaries for our U.S. Senate seat.  I had to go to press before the vote.  However, the assumption was that there would be a runoff in the Republican primary.  It is safe to say that the winner of that runoff on September 26 Read More

GOP Chairwoman Terry Lathan congratulates Moore and Strange

By Brandon Moseley Alabama Political Reporter Tuesday, August 15, 2017, Alabama Republican Party Chairman Terry Lathan made a statement congratulating Judge Roy Moore and Senator Luther Strange for their top two finishes in the Alabama Special Republican Primary. Following the results of today’s historic election Chairman Lathan said, “Congratulations to Judge Roy Moore and Senator Luther Read More

Doug Jones wins Democratic Party Primary

By Brandon Moseley Alabama Political Reporter Tuesday, August 15, 2017, when the Democratic Party primary field was announced most political observers recognized former US Attorney Doug Jones and a host of other candidates who were largely unknown quantities.  The polls fluctuated in the middle of the race; but when voters went to the polls on Read More

Moore, Strange to runoff; Jones wins Dem primary

By Josh Moon Alabama Political Reporter Roy Moore and Luther Strange will head to a Sept. 26, GOP primary runoff in the Special Election for US Senate. Former US Attorney Doug Jones will await the winner in the Dec. 12, General Election. With just all 67 of Alabama’s counties reporting, Moore was the top vote-getter Read More

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By Bill Britt Alabama Political Reporter If you’ve lost a loved one to drug abuse, as I have, anger and sadness might color your resolve to fight a war against a substance, rather than address the causes that drive someone into the arms of darkness. We have been told by the President of the United Read More

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    I’m dreaming of a Purple Christmas

    By Joey Kennedy Alabama Political Reporter I don’t know what I was expecting; I guess I’m the eternal optimist. But Alabama Republicans again decided not to change. Not to step forward and do something exciting and new. Disgraced former Chief Justice Roy Moore and US Sen. Luther Strange are in the Republican runoff for the Read More

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    There’s very little difference 

    INSIDE THE STATEHOUSE By Steve Flowers You know the results of Tuesday’s primaries for our U.S. Senate seat.  I had to go to press before the vote.  However, the assumption was that there would be a runoff in the Republican primary.  It is safe to say that the winner of that runoff on September 26 Read More

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    Confederate monuments debate is easy

    By Josh Moon Alabama Political Reporter The debate over Confederate monuments doesn’t seem so hard. On one side there are people saying, “Hey, that guy who you’ve memorialized in your town square, he enslaved my ancestors and led a traitorous revolt against America in a desperate attempt to continue to enslave my ancestors – maybe Read More

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