Every county in Alabama now receives election services from a Geographical Information System as of Tuesday, according to Secretary of State Wes Allen.
The voting that took place in Ohio on Tuesday, Aug. 8th, stands as a warning for Alabama.
Kiel said the legislation would help crack down on ballot harvesting and shore up the most vulnerable aspect of Alabama’s elections.
Gov. Kay Ivey has signed into law legislation that provides a pay increase for poll workers in Alabama.
The analysis of four annexation plans for the city of Mobile is complete and the results show the city would accomplish four goals that leadership wants to accomplish if any of the plans are approved. However, some black community members who have lived in the city for decades, say, "no way" and they want a different kind of change.
The Jefferson County GOP chose its new leader this week. Chris Brown was elected chairman at the executive committee meeting. Brown will serve for the next two years and he has already laid out goals for his term.
The Alabama State Canvassing Board has officially certified the results of the November 8 election, which included several constitutional amendments now in effect.
A week after being elected as Alabama’s next Secretary of State, Wes Allen sent a certified letter to the Electronic Registration Information Center (ERIC) stating that Alabama would cease participation with the non-profit upon his inauguration on January 16, 2023.
Monday, October 24, 2022 is the last day to register for the general election in Alabama.
Clay Parikh spent nine years in an election testing lab seeking to hack everything in his path.
Alabama Secretary of State John Merrill said he predicts voter turnout will be between 45% to 50% of registered voters for the general election in November, which would total around 1.64 million to 1.84 million people voting in the state.
The Houston County Commission will decide Tuesday whether to agree to participate in a limited voting audit after the general election in November.
Rising costs of living, restrictive policies and flexibility accompanying the rise of at-home work are all factors leading people to immigrate between states now more than ever.
During a presentation by True the Vote in Arizona, Gregg Phillips, who is from Alabama, referred to a 1994 case in Alabama.
Listen to 1819 News Editor-in-Chief Ray Melick on Midday Mobile with Sean Sullivan as they discuss Ray's recent interview with Mike Durant, the influence of Super PACs and the Alabama Secretary of State's assertion that MyPillow's Mike Lindell has no credibility.
All four Republican candidates for Secretary of State met Monday night at the O’Neal Public Library in Mountain Brook to talk to the Eagle Forum about their qualifications and the integrity of Alabama elections.