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    SPECIAL ELECTION: Doug Jones defeats Roy Moore; Moore not conceding

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    ALABAMA - In a stunning come-from-behind victory, Democrat Doug Jones defeated Republican Roy Moore in the U.S. Senate special election Tuesday by a razor-thin margin, and for the first time in 25 years, Alabama is sending a Democrat to the U.S. Senate. But while...

    Voter registration big topic at Cullman Democrats meeting

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    Party chair Karen Johnson speaks to guests at this week’s meeting of the Cullman County Democratic Party. (Heather Mann for The Tribune) CULLMAN - The Cullman County Democratic Party spent a lot of time at its meeting this week discussing possible ways to ensure more...

    State of the State: taxes, prisons and budget reform top topics

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    Sen. Paul Bussman, R-Cullman, speaks at Friday's State of the State community luncheon CULLMAN - Cullman County’s legislative delegation spoke to a packed house Friday at the State of the State luncheon, hosted by the Cullman Area Chamber of Commerce. The All Steak restaurant’s meeting room...

    Rave reviews for 2017 State of Our Communities event

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    Hanceville Mayor Kenneth Nail with Cullman City Councilwoman Jenny Folsom CULLMAN - “The people were so warm and inviting,” said Colony Mayor Donnis Leeth. “Chamber Director Leah Bolin had everything set up so well, and the food was spectacular,” he said with a smile. “This event...

    Primary opponents lining up behind Roy Moore

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    Roy Moore speaks Tuesday night after winning the Republican primary run-off election against Sen. Luther Strange. / Source: WBRC video WASHINGTON D.C. - Republicans who campaigned against Roy Moore in the special election primary, sometimes bitterly, are now voicing support for the former Alabama Supreme...

    CAMPAIGN 2018: James Fields hosts community outreach event in Hanceville

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    Democratic gubernatorial candidate James Fields, second from left, speaks with supporters at an event in Hanceville on Saturday, May 19, 2018. (W.C. Mann for The Tribune) HANCEVILLE - On Saturday afternoon, Cullman County’s Democratic gubernatorial candidate James Fields stopped by Veterans’ Park in Hanceville for...

    What you need to know for June 5 Primary Elections

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    CULLMAN - The Democratic and Republican Primary Elections are next Tuesday, June 5. Polls will be open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Alabama voters have to declare a party before they cast their ballots. That means, when you show up to your polling place,...

    (Updated) Luther Strange will attend Republican candidate dinner Friday in Cullman

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    U.S. Rep. Mo Brooks, left, U.S. Sen. Luther Strange, center, and Roy Moore, right, will be special guests of the Cullman County Republican Party at a dinner Friday night, July 28, 2017. / Images courtesy of the U.S. House of Representatives, U.S. Senate and...

    Moore, Jones come out on top in Cullman Co.; statewide results closer

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    Strange, Moore, Jones Updated 8-16-17 at 6:52 a.m. CULLMAN - The voters of Cullman County have spoken (20.32 percent of them, to be exact), and they have chosen Republican Roy S. Moore (47.52 percent) and Democrat Doug Jones (65.85 percent) as their nominees for the U.S....

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

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    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...