Lieutenant Governor Will Ainsworth announced on Friday that almost $179 million has been officially awarded to 327 K-12 public schools across the state that submitted applications and demonstrated a need for capital improvements in their facilities.
Lieutenant Gov. Will Ainsworth said he understood the panic people felt when the pandemic hit, but knowing what he knows now, lockdowns and mandatory masking will never again come to Alabama.
When it comes to economic growth and attracting more business to Alabama, Lt. Gov. Will Ainsworth said government incentives do help, but increasing the labor force should be the primary focus.
Governor Kay Ivey recently broke her silence regarding the West Alabama Corridor project, saying it was a "vital" project that will continue as planned despite it currently being placed on hold by the Contract Review Committee.
Fourteen Alabama Department of Transportation (ALDOT) contracts held up over a dispute last week about the future of the West Alabama Corridor project are still on hold nearly a week later.
While talking about needed infrastructure projects in Alabama Thursday on FM Talk 1065’s “The Jeff Poor Show,” Lt. Governor Will Ainsworth claimed that Alabama Department of Transportation director John Cooper has threatened lawmakers who are pushing for a project on Interstate 65.
Lt. Gov. Will Ainsworth announced on Tuesday that the application process for a new $179 million grant program for K-12 public schools across the state is open.
Lieutenant Gov. Will Ainsworth said last week he was committed to a full repeal of Alabama's share of the grocery tax.
During an appearance on Huntsville radio WVNN's "The Dale Jackson Show," Ainsworth said Auburn could have a "big upset" against in-state rival Alabama on November 25.
Alabamians are feeling a bit of relief at the grocery store checkout lines as a result of the tax cut on food that a coalition of conservative lawmakers and I pushed through the legislature during the 2023 regular session.
Lieutenant Gov. Will Ainsworth intends to “keep up the pressure” on the executive branch until the recently announced widening of Interstate 65 is extended from the Tennessee Valley to the Gulf of Mexico.
Alabama shoppers at grocery stores will see a one-cent reduction in the state sales tax on groceries beginning tomorrow.
Lt. Gov. Will Ainsworth spoke Tuesday at the South Baldwin Republican Women’s lunch in Foley.
During this week's broadcast of Alabama Public Television's "Capitol Journal," Ainsworth argued politics still dominate transportation policy and that he would like to see a need-based approach.
Marty Decole "Cole" Wagner, Alabama State Department of Education government relations employee and former aide to Lt. Gov. Will Ainsworth, has pleaded not guilty to sexually abusing a child under 12.
Governor Kay Ivey has one ally in her bid to finish a four-lane route between Tuscaloosa and Mobile.
With Gov. Kay Ivey now pushing for legislation to create education savings accounts next session, Lt. Gov. Will Ainsworth is confident school choice will become a reality in Alabama.
When it comes to Alabama Department of Transportation (ALDOT) Director John Cooper, Lt. Gov. Will Ainsworth doesn’t mince words.
Lt. Gov. Will Ainsworth, who many expect to make a run for the governor’s mansion next election cycle, said a federal takeover of Alabama’s prison system “would be bad for our state.”
Birmingham Mayor Randall Woodfin is proposing an interstate rail line in lieu of the much-debated widening of Interstate 65.
Friday, former President Donald Trump surprised attendees of the summer Alabama Republican Party dinner by mentioning widening Interstate 65 from Mobile to Huntsville during his 45-minute address.
Ainsworth discussed the reasoning behind his endorsement Friday during an appearance on “Alabama Unfiltered” radio.
A former Alabama State Department of Education (ALSDE) employee and former aid to Lieutenant Gov. Will Ainsworth is facing charges of sexual abuse of a child under 12.
Lt. Gov. Will Ainsworth took to Twitter on Saturday to share a complaint about traffic on I-65 and call for new leadership in the Alabama Department of Transportation (ALDOT).
With the 2024 presidential election fast approaching, the stench of politics surrounding Space Command becomes exponentially stronger with each passing day.
Our success in cutting the grocery tax demonstrates what can be accomplished if we stay true to our conservative beliefs, build consensus among lawmakers, and have the courage to attempt to accomplish what many say can’t be done.
Tuesday, House Speaker Nathaniel Ledbetter (R-Rainsville) and State Sen. Steve Livingston (R-Scottsboro) hosted their annual Fourth of July breakfast with a guest list that featured a who's who in state politics in North Alabama.