It appears that 2014 will be a relatively quiet political year in Alabama. While there will be a few races getting attention in the primaries, most of the interest will be in the general ele... Read more
Former state Sen. John Rice of Auburn has filed suit in an effort to block next year’s $1.68 billion General Fund budget from taking effect. John claims that the budget violates Alabam... Read more
Apparently the message hasn’t sunk in for a few key individuals in the Alabama Republican Party that the 2010 Governor’s race in Alabama is over and that Robert Bentley won. There have been... Read more
The gubernatorial nominees from both the Democratic and Republican parties have promised to run positive campaigns, free of attack ads, in the general election. The people of Alabama deserve... Read more
In 2011 members of the House and Senate will face the toughest financial challenges that any group of legislators has faced in recent memory. The State of Alabama is in terrible fiscal condi... Read more
Even though Bradley Byrne led the ticket in the Republican primary, he had to take a backseat for a while due to the GOP recount controversy. Now that the recount is over, it’s clear that Br... Read more
I, along with all of the real pollsters, was way off base in predicting the outcome of the Governor’s race in the Democratic primary between Ron Sparks and Artur Davis. While I saw a strong... Read more
On June 1st there was a very low turnout of voters. For whatever reason, lots of folks made a decision to stay home. But the low turnout probably shouldn’t have been that big of a surprise.... Read more
The Democratic Primary The Democratic primary had been fairly dull, but things are finally beginning to heat up. According to the most recent polls, Artur Davis still has a large lead and sh... Read more
There are two things that really get Alabamians riled up and one is football at any level. The other, of course, is a Governor’s race. Folks are already asking who all will run for Governor... Read more
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