On Monday's broadcast of Mobile radio FM Talk 106.5's "The Jeff Poor Show," U.S. Rep. Mo Brooks called the Alabama Republican Party to formally disqualify former Business Council of Alabama head Katie Britt as a Republican candidate.
On Friday, U.S. Rep. Mike Rogers (R-Saks) joined several others in a letter urging President Joe Biden to offer insight on what the response would be if Russia were to use nuclear weapons in Ukraine.
On Sunday, U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) gave one last plea to Alabama Republican voters, encouraging them to select U.S. Rep. Mo Brooks (R-Huntsville) as the GOP nominee for November's U.S. Senate election.
On Thursday, conservative talker Glenn Beck proclaimed Brooks to be a "no-brainer" on his nationally syndicated radio show.
U.S. Reps. Gary Palmer (R-Hoover), Barry Moore (R-Enterprise), Mo Brooks (R-Huntsville) and Robert Aderholt (R-Haleyville) joined 122 of their U.S. House Republican colleagues urging U.S. Attorney General Merrick Garland to investigate attacks on pro-life centers and other religious organizations.
During an interview with Mobile radio FM Talk 106.5's "The Jeff Poor Show," U.S. Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.), a Mo Brooks supporter, called on Alabama Republican voters to discount former President Donald Trump's endorsement of Katie Britt.
State Rep. Chris Pringle (R-Mobile), chairman of the House State Government Committee and a member of the Examiner of Public Accounts joint oversight committee, dismisses the possibility of merging State Auditor and Examiner of Public Accounts duties.
Alabama Republican Party chairman John Wahl called on the Alabama Legislature to consider a law that would create a closed primary system for how the political parties determine their general election nominee.
Alabama's U.S. Sen. Tommy Tuberville (R-Auburn) joined 26 of his colleagues to support the Political BIAS Emails Act, a bill with the stated purpose of holding Big Tech platforms accountable for using politically biased algorithms that allegedly inhibit consumers' ability to see emails from some political campaigns.
During an appearance on Mobile radio FM Talk 106.5, AL-5 hopeful Casey Wardynski shrugged off the attacks about CRT and tied it to Huntsville being under a federal court's order to fulfill certain obligations because of segregation long before he arrived on the scene.
In a statement given to 1819 News on Tuesday, Sen. Tom Whatley's (R-Auburn) legal team explained the decision not to pursue a recount and to put Senate District 27 challenge in the hands of GOP officials "to ensure that all Republican votes are counted."
During an interview that aired on Rightside Radio, U.S. Rep. Mo Brooks said Donald Trump's organization urged him to request the former president's endorsement.
Not all of former President Donald Trump's allies were pleased with his decision to endorse former Business Council of Alabama president and CEO Katie Britt last week.
During an interview with Mobile radio FM Talk 106.5's "The Jeff Poor Show," Strong said the fight to keep the Air Force's plans to relocate Space Command Headquarters to Huntsville was not over.
Alabama Attorney General Steve Marshall called for federal law enforcement to act on protests outside U.S. Supreme Court justices' homes during an appearance on Alabama Public Television's "Capitol Journal" on Friday.
Last month, Huntsville topped the U.S. News 2022-2023 "Best Place to Live" rankings. However, according to Huntsville Mayor Tommy Battle, there are still areas needing improvement.
On Friday, former Business Council of Alabama President and CEO Katie Britt's U.S. Senate effort got a shot in the arm from former President Donald Trump.
Since the results of the May 23 Republican primary have been tallied, some of the candidates on the short end of outcomes have alleged Democrats participated in their respective contests and impacted the outcome.
During an interview that aired on Thursday's broadcast of Mobile radio FM Talk 106.5's "The Jeff Poor Show," U.S. Rep. Mo Brooks said he had no regrets over the January 6, 2020 speech he gave at the Washington, D.C. Ellipse.
Republican U.S. Senate hopeful Mo Brooks appeared on one of the last places you might expect Alabama GOP voters to be tuned into on Wednesday.
Given allegations of Democrat crossover voting in last month's Republican primary, some Republicans suggest the legislature consider a law that would create a closed primary system for how the political parties determine their general election nominee.
Last week, outgoing Alabama Democratic Party executive director Wade Perry spoke very highly of Republican U.S. Senate hopeful Katie Britt, fueling speculation that Democrats crossed over to vote in the Republican Party's primary back on May 24.
Following last month's shooting in Uvalde, Texas, congressional Democrats have made a concerted effort to push for gun control, but U.S. Rep. Jerry Carl (R-Mobile) warns the effort goes much deeper than just a reaction to the shooting.
Monday, U.S. Rep. Mike Rogers' (R-Saks) congressional office announced he had reintroduced the American Sovereignty Restoration Act of 2022, which would withdraw the United States from the United Nations (U.N.) and the World Health Organization (WHO).
During an appearance on Mobile radio FM Talk 106.5's "The Jeff Poor Show," Woodall discussed his bid, which he said centers around returning excess tax revenue collected on utility fees to the ratepayers.