Tom Fredricks, Parker Moore in House District 4 runoff

December 14, 2017

By Brandon Moseley
Alabama Political Reporter

Tom Fredricks and Parker Moore will face off in a runoff in the GOP primary for Alabama House District 4.

The two emerged from a special GOP primary on Tuesday versus Tom Willis. As of Thursday morning, Fredericks had 46 percent while Parker Moore had 30 percent.

The special Republican runoff will be on Feb. 27.

Fredricks is a resident and businessman in Priceville, Alabama.  Tom serves on the board of several benevolence programs and is involved with the Republican Party at both the county and state levels.

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Bring photo ID to the polls today; House District 4, Senate District 26 also have elections

December 12, 2017

By Brandon Moseley
Alabama Political Reporter

Today is the day that Alabama selects its new U.S. senator to replace Jeff Sessions.  Sessions vacated the seat months ago to be President Donald J. Trump’s Attorney General.  In addition to the Senate race between Doug Jones and Roy Moore, there will also be major party primary elections in State House District 4 and state Senate District 26.

The hypermedia attention and the vitriol on social media is possibly drawing many voters to the polls that normally only vote in Presidential elections, if then.  In order to be sure that your vote is counted you need to remember to bring your photo ID with you when you go to the polls. The State of Alabama has a law that requires that you show a valid photo ID in order to get to participate in the election process.

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Special election guidance for voters in State House District 4 and Senate District 26

December 4, 2017

By Brandon Moseley
Alabama Political Reporter

Friday, Alabama Secretary of State John Merrill announced that voters located in parts of Morgan and Limestone County, and in Montgomery, will have an additional race to vote for when they head to the polls on Dec. 12 to vote in the special general election for U.S. Senate.

Those voters that reside in state House District 4 and Senate District 26 will take the first step in determining who will represent them in Montgomery in the state House of Representatives and the state Senate, respectively.

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