The deadline to register to vote in Alabama is October 22. Here is the link to register! Also, more information about who’s running for governor, along with statewide and local seats up for grabs in Birmingham.Continue reading “The Bham Now guide to the 2018 midterm elections on November 6, including how to register to vote in Birmingham”
Who is going to (actually) work for Birmingham?! Because that’s how you should cast your votes.
Here’s all you need to know about voting in Jefferson County in the June 5 statewide primaries.
Alabama’s unrestrained Senate race get you all fired up? Good. Because now you can warm your hands (or burn them, whatever) by the flame and smoke of our upcoming governor’s election!
If he resigns or is fired, it’s totally possible that U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions could head home and slay the 2018 governor’s race.
Who’s this person from Birmingham running for Governor of Alabama? Folks in Vestavia probably know him. Do you?
Roy Moore is back, and Tommy Tuberville says goodbye, ya’ll. In the state of Alabama, this is how it goes.
First he said he was guilty, then he was arrested. After that, he resigned.
As rumors swirl about a possible impeachment, Alabama Governor Robert Bentley continues to deny, deny, deny. According to him, there’s been no affair with his former political adviser, nothing illegal to see here, move along and, no. There will be no resignation, either.
Bentley recently told a local news station that he is only fulfilling God’s will to the people of Alabama. He cast a long line that went something like this:
The first state lawmaker to try impeaching the Governor last year now says Robert Bentley is going to resign. Reports are unclear if a Magic 8 Ball was used to make this prediction.
Today Alabama’s House Judiciary Committee lifted the hold on Special Counsel Jack Sharman’s impeachment investigation of Governor Robert Bentley.
What a difference a day makes, huh?
Former Auburn and Cincinnati Bengals coach Tommy Tuberville is considering a different kind of position these days. Word has it he’s thinking about running for Governor of Alabama.
Well, that was quick. The District Attorney for Marshall County, Steve Marshall, has been appointed as Alabama’s new Attorney General.