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The Birmingham News reports: A Senate committee today approved a bill aimed at giving Alabama voters the ability to recall public officials if enough people are displeased with their performance. ... The Senate Constitution, Campaign Finance, Ethics, and Elections Committee...
The Birmingham News reports: A group of Graysville residents today filed in Jefferson County Circuit Court a petition to impeach Graysville Mayor Doug Brewer. The petition accuses Brewer of willful neglect of duty, corruption in office, abuse of power and...
Media Matters for America reports: Dozens of voter ID laws have been introduced in state legislatures over the past two years, including particularly strict measures passed in seven states in 2011 -- Alabama, Kansas, Rhode Island, South Carolina, Texas, Tennessee...
The Birmingham News reports: Jefferson County Republican Party officials plan to meet Tuesday to canvass votes from March 13 and certify the results, the first steps toward a potential recount in the primary race for Circuit Court Place 13, party...
The Center for Public Integrity reports: For years the world has witnessed Alabama through a bleak lens: Alabama named worst governed state in America. ... Ex-governor guilty of bribery. ... Casino owner bribes legislator to get his vote for legalized...
The Birmingham News reports: The general election matchup for Alabama chief justice between Democrat Harry Lyon and Republican Roy Moore apparently have some so unhappy that they are mulling over possible options that might give voters another choice. That possible...
The Huntsville Times reports: Marshall County Circuit Judge Howard Hawk, a former Democrat denied access to the March 13 Republican primary ballot, has been certified by the Alabama Secretary of State to run as an independent for re-election, his campaign...
The Birmingham News reports: The city of Pinson is about to become the first in Alabama to be exempt from the section of the Voting Rights Act that requires certain local governments to have their elections overseen by the U.S....
iWatch News reports: As unlimited contributions flow into super PACs this year, one man is at the center of a new effort to allow people to donate more money, to more candidates, at the national stage. "I don't believe government...
The Birmingham News reported earlier this week: The Campaign for Primary Accountability PAC had spent about $160,000 as of Thursday on direct mail, emails, phone calls and television advertising against Bachus. It is still a fraction of the $1.5 million...