Rep. Nathaniel Ledbetter (R-Rainsville) was elected Thursday as the new Speaker of the Alabama House of Representatives.
U.S. Sen. Tommy Tuberville (R-Auburn) has named a new chief of staff to replace Stephen Boyd, who was Tuberville’s first announced hire before he took office.
The race for sheriff in Conecuh County hangs in the balance over one vote, not including provisional ballots.
Republicans went into the midterm election Tuesday hoping to take back Congress from Democrats in a “red wave.” When that didn’t happen, many began speculating about what led to the low performance, but Sen. Mo Brooks (R-Huntsville) said the GOP has no one to blame but themselves.
With election results still coming in around the country and many voters wondering which political party will take majorities in the U.S. Congress, Alabama GOP chairman John Wahl has already claimed victory in the Yellowhammer State.
Brown said over the years, he has grown close to Blanchard’s family. He added that he spoke to them Tuesday night after learning of the passing of the amendment.
At 27, Brock Colvin will be the youngest member of the Alabama Legislature when his term begins next session.
Just as the national outcomes left much to be desired for Republicans, some state-level races did not go as hoped for the GOP on Tuesday, either.
The Jared Hudson for Sheriff of Jefferson County campaign left a watch party in Fultondale Tuesday night after learning Hudson lost by only a few thousand votes.
There was some speculation going into Tuesday’s midterm elections about whether a handful of races might turn Madison County from Republican red to a more Democratic purple.
Rick Rehm, the Republican nominee in House District 85, pulled off a somewhat unexpected upset by defeating State Rep. Dexter Grimsley (D-Abbeville).
State Rep. Kelvin Lawrence (D-Hayneville) defeated a Republican challenger by a 55%-to-45% margin to keep his House District 69 seat for another two years.
Lt. Governor Will Ainsworth has won reelection against Libertarian opponent Ruth Page-Nelson.
An Alabama Senate candidate is speaking out after attack ads were delivered to mailboxes in District 33 claiming he led a group to Washington on Jan. 6 and “attacked our Capitol.”
Georgia drivers will continue to notice some relief at the pump until Dec. 11 after Gov. Brian Kemp extended the state’s gas tax suspension Friday.
During this week's broadcast of Alabama Public Television's "Capitol Journal," Gov. Kay Ivey was asked about the possibility of tax relief given the budget surpluses for both the Education Trust Fund and general fund budgets.
Eagle Forum of Alabama executive director Becky Gerritson is urging voters to support the adoption of the proposed recompiled and updated Alabama Constitution next week at the ballot box.
The winning ticket for Saturday's Powerball lottery drawing will be in excess of $1.5 billion after Wednesday drawing for a prize estimated to be worth $1.2 billion yielded no winner. If Alabamians wish to play, they will have to travel to neighboring states, given Alabama has yet to accept the lottery.
U.S. Rep. Mo Brooks (R-Huntsville) wasted no time in calling out Democrats over their lax border and immigration policies that ostensibly helped facilitate the attack.
If, as expected, Republicans win control of the U.S. House of Representatives in the November 8 midterm elections, unfinished business will still be left for the Pelosi-led lame-duck House.
Earlier this week, U.S. Sen. Tommy Tuberville (R-Auburn) appeared on NewsmaxTV's "The Balance" to discuss threats from illegal immigration, which he and host Eric Bolling argued was being allowed purposefully by the Biden administration and other pro-open borders Democrats.
Jefferson County GOP chairman Paul DeMarco said local Republicans should pay close attention to the upcoming general election.
Joined by U.S. Senator Marshall Blackburn (R-Tenn.) and a host of other state officials, Britt laid out her conservative plans should she take office, tackling key issues such as border security, reproductive issues, economic woes and education reform.
Should the Republicans retake the U.S. House of Representatives in next week's midterm elections, they will still have to deal with a Nancy Pelosi-led House through the end of the year.
Alabama native Gregg Phillips was arrested in Texas on Monday for contempt of court related to his work with election integrity group True the Vote.