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Brooks defends assertion that there was voting fraud in the 2020 presidential election

“When I hear these talking heads on TV or in the media just out of hand reject the idea that there was signification voter fraud or election theft activity in 2020 without any evidence to support what they say, I know it is wrong,” Brooks told Dinesh D'Souza.

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'The position is under attack': Andrew Sorrell makes runoff for State Auditor

Andrew Sorrell says "Give the Auditor something to do," urging that the office of the Examiner of Public Accounts be folded back under the State Auditor's position as the writers of the 1901 Constitution had planned.. Sorrell and Stan Cooke are running in the Republican runoff for the post on June 21.

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U.S. Sen. Tom Cotton endorses Katie Britt for Senate

As Alabama’s next U.S. Senator, I’ll proudly work with Senator Cotton to fight for these important priorities an d defend our Christian conservative values,” Katie Britt said following Sen. Cotton's endorsement.

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Tuberville defends Title IX sports

“Any such weakening of current Title IX protections would amount to a reversal of 50 years of progress for women and girls in sports and an offense to every woman who has ever benefited from the enactment of the law," said Tuberville.

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Mobile Police still looking for three children

The Mobile Police Department is asking for the public's assistance in locating three children: Layla Grace Fiero, 5, Brenn May Forrister, 7 months, and Gunnar Ray Forrister, 7 months.

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Alabama Secretary of State says Mike Lindell has no credibility

Alabama Secretary of State John Merrill (R) told the 1819 News that Mike Lindell has no credibility after Lindell questioned the integrity of the May 24 primary results in Alabama and claimed that Blanchard and Ivey should be in a runoff.

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Former Trump White House official commends Wardynski’s success in the Pentagon

Joshua Whitehouse, who served as the White House Liaison to the Department of Defense and Department of Homeland Security during the Trump administration, released a statement on Monday affirming Casey Wardynski’s role in implementing President Donald J. Trump’s Make America Great Again (MAGA) agenda.

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Aderholt and Brooks urge Biden Administration to do more about fuel prices

Congressmen Robert Aderholt and Mo Brooks both urged President Joseph R. Biden (D) to reverse limits on oil exploration and pipeline construction,

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Tuberville honors Alabamians who died for our freedom for Memorial Day

Senator Tommy Tuberville spoke on those Alabamians who have died in service to their country.

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AG Marshall announces conviction of former Birmingham building inspector on felony ethics charges

AG Steve Marshall announced that Birmingham building inspector Donald Edward Stoves was found guilty by a Birmingham jury of accepting cash bribes to approve a building inspection for an adult entertainment club.

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Aderholt warns that the U.S. Military is dependent on China for critical minerals

Sec. of Defense Lloyd Austin Congressman Robert Aderholt that the Department of Defense is very concerned about the U.S. having sufficient critical minerals to maintain the military-industrial base to support a war effort given that the U.S. is reliant on China and Russia for these resources.

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Biden Administration announces $32 million to fund wood innovations and community wood grants

“Removing hazardous trees that would otherwise threaten wildfire-prone communities and having rural, forest-based economies turn those materials into renewable building and energy products, stand as examples of how a clean energy economy is within reach,” said Sec. Vilsack.

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Police searching for two missing infants in Mobile

Police searching for two missing infants in Mobile. Brenn May Forrister and Gunnar Ray Forrister were last seen on Wednesday in the Cottage Hill Road area of Mobile. The seven month old White boy and girl are believed to be with their mother CiCi Forrister and are possibly traveling in a silver 200 Oldsmobile Silhouette with no tag.

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Concerned Doctors urge reversal of COVID-19 vaccination recommendation for children

Concerned Doctors of Alabama are questioning CDC guidance that children as young as 5 received the COVID-19 vaccination and a booster shot as soon as five months later. They have requested a meeting with state health officer Dr. Scott Harris and are urging the Alabama Department of Public Health to cease recent guidance recommending the booster shot in minors.

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USDA to announce plan to 'transform the food system'

U.S. Department of Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack will deliver a speech at Georgetown University on Wednesday outlining his plan to transform the American food system.

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Marshall files federal court brief supporting Florida law that bans sanctuary cities

Attorney General Steve Marshall argued that the federal court exceeded its authority when it blocked a Florida law requiring city governments to assist federal authorities in enforcing immigration law.

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Angela McClure endorses Frances Taylor in HD20 runoff

"I put my 100% support behind Frances Taylor for State House 20.  North Alabama has been a boys club long enough," said Angela McClure. "We need more conservative women being represented in the Alabama State legislature. Frances is honest and is of the highest integrity. She will do great things for District 20.  Frances Taylor has my full and complete endorsement."

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ADPH recommends children receive COVID-19 boosters, Concerned Doctors disagree

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) have granted emergency use authorization for children ages 5 to 11 to receive a booster dose of Pfizer/BioNTech’s COVID-19 vaccine.

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Jessica Taylor endorses Mo Brooks in Senate race

"Mo Brooks is a true conservative and has proven he’s not afraid to drain the Swamp and has my full endorsement and support,” Taylor said.

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Starliner returns to Earth completing its mission

“We have had an excellent flight test of a complex system that we expected to learn from along the way and we have,” said Boeing Vice President Mark Nappi. “Thank you to the NASA and Boeing teammates who have put so much of themselves into Starliner.”

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Flowers and Sanders-Fortier will face off in Democratic primary runoff

Yolanda Rochelle Flowers and State Sen. Malika Sanders-Fortier will face each other in the Democratic primary runoff election for Governor on June 21.

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Zeigler and Allen are in the Republican runoff for Secretary of State

Jim Zeigler and Wes Allen will face off in the Republican primary runoff on June 21.

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Ivey wins Republican nomination for Governor

Alabama Governor Kay Ivey (R) was the overwhelming winner in Tuesday’s Republican primary.

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Libertarians gain ballot access

The Alabama Libertarian Party will be on the Nov. 8 general election, Secretary of State John Merrill told the 1819 News. The Libertarian Party has 69 candidates including Jimmy Blake for Governor and John Sophocleus for U.S. Senate.

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Statewide Amendment on today's ballot: Here is what it means

The amendment would authorize $85 million in new borrowing with $80 million dedicated to the Alabama Parks System and $5 million to be spent on historical parks by the Alabama Historical Commission. The amendment bars any of the money being spent on the Confederate Memorial Park in Marbury.

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Be a prepared voter

The Republican and Democratic primaries are on Tuesday. You must have a valid photo ID with you and vote at the polling place you are assigned in order to participate in the election. If there is a runoff election next month you can only vote in the runoff of the party primary that you participate in today. There is also a state constitutional amendment on the ballot.

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John Hammock campaigns for PSC Place 1

Public Service Commission candidate John Hammock is the Mayor of Tallassee. He argued that the Biden administration is intentionally driving up fossil fuel prices in order to force Americans to transition to cleaner forms of energy. Hammock said that he will work harder than the incumbent commissioner.

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