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Since this is a gubernatorial election year, let’s reminisce about an epic Governor’s Race. The 1978 Governor’s race is one of the classics in Alabama political lore. That...
Alabama Power is and has always been a force in Alabama politics. Some entities may have influence in the Legislature, but the power company has the ear...
Earlier this year, I was on a panel for a debate of gubernatorial candidates at Alabama Boys State’s annual meeting at the University of Alabama in...
Now that the dust has settled on the primaries, allow me to share with you some thoughts on the Alabama political stage. There is an old...
Democratic gubernatorial candidate Tuscaloosa Mayor Walt Maddox on Tuesday proposed four debates between him and Republican Governor Kay Ivey. “In a few months, Alabamians will again...
Turnout in Tuesday’s primary runoff was just 12.7 percent across the state. That percentage, however, varied wildly across the state. Many Democrats did not vote as...
Tuscaloosa Mayor Walt Maddox will headline a forum for Democratic candidates at the Gardendale Civic Center on July 30 at 6 p.m. Maddox will be joined...
It’s like 2010 all over again. Rep. Martha Roby won the Republican runoff for Alabama’s 2nd Congressional district on Tuesday, knocking off Bobby Bright, a former...
Tuesday, Alabama Republican Party Chairman Terry Lathan congratulated the candidates who won and said that now Alabama Republican will come together as one great team to...
Former Baldwin County Commissioner Chris Elliott (R) defeated Dr. David Northcutt in the Republican primary on Tuesday for state Senate District 32. This was one of...