While Birmingham’s other city council districts are gaining momentum in the way of candidates, one district has been a little lonely. Not anymore! A candidate has declared in District 6.
Who’s this person from Birmingham running for Governor of Alabama? Folks in Vestavia probably know him. Do you?
What do you know about Kim Rafferty, Birmingham’s current District 2 city councilor? Did you know that she’s a candidate, too?
If you live in Birmingham’s District 2, you’re going to need a primer on all your city council candidates. There are a bunch of them!
We’re reaching out to you, tonight, District 7. Here’s our interview with one of your city council candidates, Titus Battle.
Roy Moore is back, and Tommy Tuberville says goodbye, ya’ll. In the state of Alabama, this is how it goes.
The best part about getting to know these Birmingham city council candidates? Being able to publicly follow each candidate and their campaign paths from beginning to end.
Tonight it’s Tyrone William’s turn.
Dorothea Crosby says that she is “an ordinary citizen answering the call to stand for my community.” She’s looking to fill Council President Johnathan Austin’s seat.
23-year-old Sergio Williams has declared his intent to run in the Birmingham City Council race for District 4. What do we know about this 2012 Woodlawn High graduate?
The room was packed, the audience was lively and the questions were lightning fast for Birmingham’s first mayoral forum.
Birmingham, your next city council candidate interview is with Kimberly Jeanty. She’s running for District 2.
The Birmingham Museum of Art invites you to meet the man behind the Black Power Salute of the 1968 Olympics and the artist who created Bridge, a tribute to one of the most powerful visual icons of the 20th century.
This former footballer and local contractor is running for mayor of Birmingham. Who is he?
Rowan Henderson, a student at Birmingham-Southern College, has thrown his hat into the ring as a candidate for Birmingham’s city council. Check out his interview below:
First he said he was guilty, then he was arrested. After that, he resigned.