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Newspapers across the state are producing lengthy pieces providing voters with in-depth explanations of candidates and amendments. That’s nice. But who has time for that? Here...
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...
The Alabama AFL-CIO held its endorsement convention on August 2-3, 2018 at the Embassy Suites, in Montgomery, Alabama. “Beginning at 1:00 p.m. on August 2nd we...
You have the results of Tuesday’s runoff elections. I had to go to press with my column before the results were known. There are some fantastic...
Well folks, if you vote in the Republican primary you may want to go back to the polls next week and finish selecting the GOP nominees...
Weekly campaign filings for the week ending June 29 show donations in the state’s two most hotly contested races is erratic as the Republican runoff quickly...
When you run for public office, you think of family first – your spouse, your children, and your parents. Both of my parents were teachers. I...
Cash infusions into campaigns and political action committees participating in the runoff elections on July 17 were required to file the first weekly reports on June...
The best races of the year have been for Attorney General and Lt. Governor, as well as Agriculture Commissioner and for the 2nd Congressional district. The...
Since the June 5 primary, candidates have only been required to file major contribution reports of $25,000 and over, so understanding the financial health of any...