Voter Registration and Women’s Suffrage Centennial Celebration

Need valentine’s day plans? Join us to celebrate the 100th Birthday of Women’s Suffrage with a voter registration booth! The Birmingham League of Women Voters (LWV) are hosting the event at The Lumbar, providing cake and coffee free to members and guests with specialty drinks available at the bar named after prominent women’s suffragists!

Voter registration and address/precinct updates will be available in The Incubator and women from the LWV will be ready to answer any and all questions about voter reinstatement, the March primary, and it’s candidates! Friday February 14th is the last day to register to vote before the March primary election so if you still need to register, now is the time!

If you’re looking for answers before the event, visit VOTE411! There you’ll find information about all the races and candidates – local, state, and federal!

*The League of Women Voters never supports or opposes any candidate or political party.

Birmingham-based FBI agent David Archey joins Mueller team

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After dismissing a senior member of the Trump investigation for what sources describe as dangerous partisanship, Robert Mueller has recruited a new team member.  Peter Strzok’s political sentiments may have cast doubts on the integrity of Mueller’s investigation.  But now, David Archey will hopefully work effectively and without preconceived notions of what is or isn’t true. Continue reading “Birmingham-based FBI agent David Archey joins Mueller team”

Lonnie Malone has declared his intent to run for Birmingham City Council District 7

Tonight Lonnie Malone is up to bat, with a City Council candidate interview for Bham Now.

Malone is a resident of Oxmoor Valley, and he’s running for District 7. Let’s get to know him!

Lonnie Malone City Council Candidate District 7. Via Lonnie Malone.


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Let’s talk to Birmingham City Council candidate Jordan Thompson

In addition to electing a mayor this summer, we’re also electing a city council, too, Birmingham. I say we start talking to (and writing about) them now.

The sooner we start a public conversation with potential candidates, the more we can learn about those seeking public office in August. Tonight it’s all about District 2 candidate, Jordan Thompson.

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