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    Alabama AG Strange seeks to replace Sessions in Senate

    WBRC
    MONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP) - Alabama Attorney General Luther Strange says he will seek the U.S. Senate seat left open if incumbent Jeff Sessions is confirmed to be attorney general under president-elect Donald Trump. Gov. Robert Bentley would appoint Sessions' interim replacement until there's an election...

    ALGOP statement on Sen. Jeff Sessions’ nomination for U.S. attorney general

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    Sen. Jeff Sessions, R-Alabama MONTGOMERY - On Friday morning, President-elect Donald Trump announced that U.S. Sen. Jeff Sessions, R-Alabama will serve in his cabinet as U.S. Attorney General. Alabama Republican Party Chairman Terry Lathan issued the following statement on the nomination: "The Alabama Republican Party is...

    Local Democrats hosting State Rep. Patricia Todd tonight

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    CULLMAN - The Cullman County Democrats, alongside the North Central Alabama Young Democrats (NCAYD), are hosting their monthly meeting tonight, with special guest, Alabama State Rep. Patricia Todd, D-Birmingham. Todd represents District 54 in downtown Birmingham. NCAYD will hold officer elections at 6 p.m., and...

    Local Democrats and Republicans hosting election night watch parties

    CULLMAN - Both the local Democratic and Republican parties are hosting election night viewing parties on Tuesday evening, as one of the most polarizing and consequential presidential elections in recent history comes to a close. The Cullman County Democrats, along with the North Central Alabama...

    Aderholt statement on new FBI probe into Hillary Clinton’s private email server

    Politico
    WASHINGTON, D.C.- United States Rep. Robert Aderholt, R- Alabama on Friday released the following statement regarding the news the Federal Bureau of Investigation is reopening its investigation into Hillary Clinton’s private email server. “I was not surprised to learn that the FBI has launched a...

    Zeigler: Wording of Amendment 6 does not inform voters that impeachment would become harder

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    Image credit: Mickey Welsh/The Montgomery Advertiser MONTGOMERY – With two week to go before the election, State Auditor Jim Zeigler says the wording of Amendment 6 on the Nov. 8 ballot is “completely insufficient.” “Voters cannot tell that it would make it almost impossible to impeach...

    Hundreds come out for Trump Victory Bus stop in Cullman

    W.C. Mann
    Crowds greet the Trump Victory Bus as it pulls up in front of the Cullman County Courthouse Tuesday morning. CULLMAN - On Tuesday morning downtown Cullman was a beehive of activity as local supporters prepared for the arrival of the Trump campaign’s Victory Bus.  After...

    Case closed: AG Strange’s statement on former ALEA Sec. Spencer Collier

    WIAT
    A special grand jury on Thursday, Oct. 20, 2016 declined to act on allegations against former Alabama Law Enforcement Agency (ALEA) Secretary Spencer Collier (pictured). MONTGOMERY –This statement is being issued because substantial information related to the Attorney General’s investigation has been put in the...

    Bussman explains amendments on Nov. 8 ballot

    CULLMAN - Sen. Paul Bussman, R-Cullman this week took to his Facebook page to explain the amendments that Alabama voters will see on the Nov. 8 ballot. (Click here to see a sample ballot for Cullman County.) We have printed his entire post below,...

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