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.
Even though it has yet to be settled with a June 21 primary looming, campaign finance tracking website OpenSecrets.org reports Alabama's U.S. Senate race was the third-most expensive of the 2022 election cycle thus far.
In a statement issued on Wednesday, Alabama Republican Party chairman John Wahl acknowledged the party's concern over an Etowah County ballot issue and pledged to find a solution.
"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."
During an appearance on Huntsville radio WVNN's "The Dale Jackson Show," U.S. Rep. Mo Brooks (R-Huntsville), who will face former Business Council of Alabama head Katie Britt in next month's GOP senatorial primary runoff election, accused Britt of soliciting Democrat votes in Tuesday's primary. He argued she might attempt it again in the runoff.
On Wednesday, Etowah County Probate Judge Scott Hassell and Secretary of State John Merrill issued a joint statement that revealed a redistricting problem discovered earlier this month was not corrected before the party primary vote on Tuesday.
Yolanda Rochelle Flowers and State Sen. Malika Sanders-Fortier will face each other in the Democratic primary runoff election for Governor on June 21.
Jim Zeigler and Wes Allen will face off in the Republican primary runoff on June 21.
Katie Boyd Britt emerged from the shadow of Alabama Senator Richard Shelby to stand in her own light as winner of the Republican Primary for U.S. Senate last night.
Greenville businessman Tim James lost his bid for the Republican nomination for Governor tonight finishing third behind Governor Kay Ivey and Lindy Blanchard.
While most were focused on the top of the ticket's contentious U.S. Senate and gubernatorial, some competitive legislative races on the ballot ended with surprising outcomes on Tuesday.
An enthusiastic crowd of supporters gathered in support of Congressman Mo Brooks’ run for the United States Senate at the main Ballroom of the Huntsville Botanical Gardens Tuesday evening.
U.S. Senatorial candidate Mike Durant conceded on Tuesday night during the Republican primary election after falling behind opponents Katie Britt and Mo Brooks.
Supporters of gubernatorial candidate Robert “Lew” Burdette gathered in Vestavia on Tuesday night to await results from the polls, which in the end, would be disappointing.
Alabama’s Republican primary for U.S. Senate is going to a June runoff between Katie Britt and U.S. Rep. Mo Brooks after neither candidate captured a majority of the vote.
Congressman Mo Brooks received a bevy of support from veritable conservative celebrities, while Mike Durant kept the campaign wheels moving on the eve of Alabama’s Republican Primary.
Earlier this month, U.S. hopeful Katie Britt's record as Student Government Association president at the University of Alabama was raised by her opponents for her failure to veto an SGA Senate resolution that called for the campus health center to offer the morning-after pill.
The rough-and-tumble of attack ad politics has caused U.S. Senate hopeful Mike Durant to sour on former Business Council of Alabama CEO and president Katie Britt, one of his opponents in Tuesday's Republican U.S. Senate primary.
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.
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.
Susan Dubose is running for State Representative for House District 45.