The unfinished business of legislative races, carried over from both parties' primaries last month, was scattered throughout Alabama on Tuesday.
Yolanda Flowers favors SROs in every school in Alabama, Flowers is in the Democratic primary runoff on June 21.
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.
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.
"I am a person able to listen to the citizens. I look forward to serving the state of Alabama as Governor with the same dedication as I served in the United States Army," said Democratic gubernatorial candidate Arthur Kennedy.
Dr. Will Boyd is a pastor, bishop, professor, engineer, and author who is running for the U.S. Senate as a Democrat.
By Brandon Moseley Birmingham area law student D. Denise Webber-Jenkins announced on Monday that she is withdrawing from the Alabama...