Jeremy Schatz is a Birmingham attorney and Crestwood resident. He’s also a candidate for Birmingham’s city council in District 5.
Who are they? Check out our UPDATED list of candidates as of 8/2/17. School board candidates included, along with info about the special U.S. Senate primary!
He’s lived in Southside for over fifteen years and hopes to modernize city government and infrastructure, if elected to the Birmingham City Council. Ryan Jones is running for the District 3 city council seat. Let’s get to know him, Birmingham.
Have you checked out this season’s lineup for UAB’s Alys Stephens Center? It’s a stellar mix of music, dance and more. Tickets for all new shows go on sale to the general public starting May 17!
He’s the president of the Birmingham Citizens’ Advisory Board (CAB) and the Crestwood North Neighborhood Association. But now, he’s seeking a new role in Birmingham’s public service sector.
Birmingham’s own Condoleezza Rice will be at Books-A-Million in Brookwood Village on Monday, May 15 to sign copies of her new book on democracy. Important details follow.
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?