The Christian Conservatives of Alabama released their voter guide endorsing Tim James, Mo Brooks, Debra Jones, Jim Zeigler, Andrew Sorrell, Robin Litaker, Paul Sanford and more ahead of Tuesday's Republican primary.
State Rep. Dickie Drake (R-Leeds) is running for re-election in House District 45. He cited as his top accomplishments the military bills that he has passed in his role as Chair of the Military and Veterans Affairs Committee as well as his bill to fight child abuse and legislation to protect homeowners with septic tanks from being charged sewer fees.
Democratic gubernatorial candidate Chad "Chig" Martin emphasized the ability of a governor to be able to work across racial and political lines to do what is best for the people of the state. Martin favors the passage of a lottery with all of the proceeds going to education.
The White House has paused plans by Department of Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas’ to create a “Disinformation Governance Board,” was to be headed by Executive Director Nina Jankowicz.
“Russia’s continued heightened aggression toward both Finland and Sweden is more than enough justification for these two countries to request admission into NATO," said Congressman Mo Brooks (R-AL05).
Every Democratic primary ballot will have the statewide gubernatorial race, the U.S. Senate race, and the statewide constitutional amendment dealing with a bond issue for state parks. Some jurisdictions will have other races including State Democratic Executive Committee.
Starliner launched Thursday on an unmanned mission to carry cargo to the International Space Station.
“I am a member of the State Republican Executive Committee. I have a 100% pro-Life voting record," Sen. Tom Butler (R-Madison) said. "I am a fiscal conservative. I am strong on the Second Amendment. We passed constitutional carry this past session."
Lance Bell is a St. Clair County attorney who is running for Alabama State Senate in House District 11 in the May 24 Republican Party Primary. He is a former law enforcement officer and former Chairman of the St. Clair County Republican Party.
"I have taken on the deep, dark corners of election fraud in this nation, and I am proud to stand with Lindy Blanchard because I know she will fight to ensure each and every legal ballot in the great state of Alabama is counted,” said Mike Lindell.
"Folks in Alabama don’t need Joe Biden’s Green New Deal nonsense – what they need is to be able to fill up their tanks so they can get to work without paying an arm and leg. Joe Biden needs to put America first just like President Trump did,” said Congressman Mike Rogers (R-AL03)
Lew Burdette is a business executive who calls himself a "Commonsense Alabamian" as he campaigns across Alabama for Governor.
The party nominees for 46 of Alabama's 105 House of Representatives seats will be decided in the Democratic and Republican Party primaries on Tuesday, May 24. Republicans presently have a supermajority in the Alabama House of Representatives.
“While more voters than ever voted in-person absentee, Alabamians overwhelmingly proved they want early voting, but Republican politicians prefer to restrict voting rights,," said Democratic nominee for Secretary of State Pamela J. Laffitte.
“Bill will be a strong conservative voice for our area. I know he has the strength to stand up for the Constitution and won’t give in to liberals in Montgomery. That is why I’m endorsing Bill Lester for State House District 40," said retiring State Rep. K.L. Brown (R-Jacksonville).
“With this expansion, Shinhwa will have invested over $190 million and created more than 185 well-paying jobs since choosing Auburn as their first U.S. location," said Gov. Kay Ivey.
"Illegal gambling is a $5 billion industry in the state of Alabama," Harry Still said promising to shut down illegal gaming and corruption if he is elected in office.
"Neither parents nor any other adult have the right to make decisions about their child’s sexual identity except in the most unusual cases of legitimate physical androgyny," Tim James said.
Hoover City Councilman Mike Shaw will be the Republican nominee on the Nov. 8 general election ballot the Alabama Republican Party announced on Monday in a press release.
Gubernatorial candidate Lindy Blanchard spoke to the Mid-Alabama Republican Club on Saturday about her campaign to be Alabama’s next governor.