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Voting rights groups are calling on Alabamians to pray and protest for the Supreme Court to protect "fair maps."
Dothan's Letitia Jackson, a plaintiff in the case, said the case boils down to simply ensuring her vote counts as much as your vote
A new legal brief filed in the ongoing legal battle over the state's new Congressional maps argues the failure to create a second Black-majority...
The Alabama Democratic Party announced Tuesday that it would maintain qualifying for potential congressional candidates until Friday, Feb. 11, at 5 p.m.
The party contends the federal court erred by testing the districts with racial benchmarks and call the order "unduly disruptive to the election process."