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ACLU sues John Merrill for blocking followers on Twitter
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State Senate District 2 candidate refuses to debate his opponent
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Secretary of State John Merrill is facing a lawsuit over his blocking of individuals on Twitter. The American Civil Liberties Union sued Merrill Tuesday, Sept. 19,...
Secretary of State John Merrill expected turnout in Tuesday’s Democratic and Republican Party primary runoffs to be “extraordinarily low.” Merrill said he thought, on average, 15...
Luther Strange is off the hook. The executive director of the Alabama Ethics Commission told APR on Wednesday that the commission determined a few sessions ago...
There will be no voter roll purge in Alabama. Secretary of State John Merrill said Thursday that his office has spent the last two-plus years attempting...
By Chip Brownlee Alabama Political Reporter The Senate Constitution, Ethics and Elections Committee approved a bill Thursday that would make absentee voting for many Alabamians more...
By Bill Britt Alabama Political Reporter In his ongoing effort to ensure adherence to the Fair Campaign Practice Act (FCPA), Secretary of State John Merrill continues...
By Bill Britt Alabama Political Reporter It would not be a stretch to say that under the direction of Secretary of State John Merrill, the once...
By Bill Britt Alabama Political Reporter On May 2, APR reported that the recently appointed Senator Luther Strange may have committed two major campaign finance violations;...
By Bill Britt Alabama Political Reporter Within 72 hours of taking the oath of office, Governor Kay Ivey met with the press fielding questions and expressing...
By Bill Britt Alabama Political Reporter What the public learned from the Ethic Commission hearing surrounding accusations against Gov. Robert Bentley, is that he may have...