This candidate for mayor is writing her PhD dissertation on juvenile injustice in Alabama.
August 15 is the day to vote in Alabama’s special election primary! Here are the candidates in each party running for a chance to be on December’s ballot for the U.S. Senate, along with details about the election.
Nine districts. 35 candidates. Let’s find out who’s running and why the Birmingham Board of Education election matters, Birmingham.
He engages with the public everyday, rain or shine, via his job with the postal service. Jeffrey Rowser wants to use his experience interacting with residents as a Birmingham City Council member. Will you vote for him on August 22,…
Happy Monday, my fellow civic-minded Birmingham readers. Today it’s District 3 incumbent Valerie Abbott’s turn to answer Bham Now’s candidate questionnaire.
In the last municipal election, Birmingham’s voter turnout was right at 20%. Let’s change that by educating ourselves and spreading the word. This shareable Voter’s Guide should help!
Hey, ya’ll. There are 12 candidates running for mayor of Birmingham, and Brother Fernandez Sims is one of them.
Erica Robbins, a District 5 candidate for Birmingham’s city council, is the founder of Be A Blessing Birmingham, a group that brings awareness and support to Birmingham’s homeless population.
District 2 city council candidate Deanna Reed: ‘Citizens will no longer tolerate anything but openness and honesty’
If you’re looking for Birmingham municipal candidate interviews Bham Now is the place. Get out there and vote on August 22!
With a little over a month away until Birmingham’s municipal elections, public engagement is finally starting to ramp up. This is good, people! Let’s get to know a District 8 candidate today. Adlai M. Trone wants to focus on neighborhood…
Whew, boy, District 9. This has been your time to shine here at Bham Now. It’s time to check out our last interview of the week, featuring city council candidate Wendell Major. Yep, you guessed it. He’s another District 9…
Roderick Royal served as a Birmingham city councilor in District 9 from 2001 to 2013 and was elected council president in 2009. He didn’t run in 2013, but he’s qualified for the August 22, 2017 municipal election.
He’s a popular radio host on WBHK KISS 98.7, and now he’s running for Birmingham’s city council. Who is James Williams? Check out his candidate interview with Bham Now.
He’s been a dentist in District 9 for 36 years, and now he’s running for Birmingham City Council. Check out Dr. Swanson’s interview with Bham Now.
We finally have an interview with a District 1 candidate, ya’ll! His name is Sherman Collins, and he announced his candidacy today.