One key matchup on the ballot this coming Tuesday is the Republican runoff for Secretary of State between current State Auditor Jim Zeigler and State Rep. Wes Allen, R-Troy.
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Trump and Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell don't agree on much. One rare exception is Laxalt, who won Nevada's Republican Senate primary. The mutual support, which brought together the Trump and establishment wings of the party, demonstrates the intense focus Republican have placed on flipping the seat held by first-term Democratic Sen. Catherine Cortez Masto, who is considered among the most vulnerable senators.
By MADDISON BOOTH, Alabama Daily News AUBURN, Ala. – The June 21 GOP runoff election for secretary of state presents a contrast in styles and experience, if not policy. Current State Auditor Jim Zeigler and State Rep. Wes Allen, R-Troy, were the top vote earners in May primary’s four-man race. Zeigler earned 42.69% of the...
Brooks on Sunday released a statement on Twitter asking "MAGA Nation" to help plead his case for Trump's endorsement, calling himself the "Trump candidate" in the race. Brooks faces Katie Britt in the June 21 runoff that will decide the GOP nomination for the seat being vacating by retiring Sen. Richard Shelby.
Durant said he will not endorse either of the remaining candidates for the GOP nomination for the Senate seat being vacated by retiring U.S. Sen. Richard Shelby. The June 21 runoff pits Katie Britt, Shelby's former chief of staff and former leader of a state business group, against U.S. Rep. Mo Brooks, who resurrected his campaign after losing former President Donald Trump's backing.
Candidates who want a recount in three close and controversial legislative races have until noon on Thursday to formally file such a request. After possible recounts, the Alabama Republican Party will ultimately decide who moves forward as its nominees.
GADSDEN, Ala. (AP) — Alabama Republican Party officials are “incredibly upset” about a mix-up in Etowah County that might have caused some primary voters to get ballots for the wrong legislative district, and are looking at options for how to proceed, the party chairman said Thursday. The problem affected House of Representatives Districts 28 and...