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May 19, 2013
Elections - 2012
Santorum's Ala. Delegates Will Unite With Nominee Montgomery, AL (2012-04-20) The winner of Alabama's Republican presidential primary, Rick Santorum, hasn't released his 22 Alabama delegates to support another candidate. But delegates say they expect to unite behind Mitt Romney if he locks up the GOP nomination.
2 Write-In Candidates In Ala. Chief Justice Race Montgomery, AL (2012-03-28) Two Mobile attorneys, including one who sued former Chief Justice Roy Moore over his Ten Commandments monument, are launching write-in campaigns to try to keep Moore from returning to the chief justice's office.
Absentee Applications Accepted Starting Tuesday Montgomery, AL (2012-03-20) Alabamians hoping to vote absentee in the state's Republican primary runoff elections can now apply for their ballot.
Alabama Primary Voter Turnout 31.2 Percent Montgomery, AL (2012-03-14) More than three-tenths of Alabama's registered voters turned out for the state's first experiment at combing the presidential and state primaries in March.
Moore Wins Primary Race For Alabama Chief Justice Montgomery, AL (2012-03-14) Former Alabama Supreme Court Chief Justice Roy Moore received a little more that 50 percent of the vote to win the Republican nomination for his old job.
Born-Again Christians Dominate GOP Vote In AL, MS Washington, D.C. (2012-03-13) Early results of exit polls of voters in Alabama's and Mississippi's presidential primaries show born-again and evangelical Christians dominating the contests with unusually high numbers.
Alabama's Role In The GOP Presidential Primaries Tuscaloosa, AL (2012-03-13) Alabama Public Radio's Ryan Vasquez talks with APR reporter Stan Ingold about last night's Republican rally in Birmingham ahead of Alabama's primary election. Stan spent the day at the event, attended by candidates Newt Gingrich and Rick Santorum. Ryan and Stan discuss all four of the GOP presidential candidates and what Alabama's primary could mean for the parties eventual nominee.
Pre-Primary GOP Rally in Birmingham Birmingham, Alabama (2012-03-13) Alabama Public Radio's Maggie Martin talks with APR reporter Stan Ingold about last night's Republican rally in Birmingham ahead of Alabama's primary election. Stan spent the day at the event, which featured comments by Newt Gingrich and Rick Santorum, and supporters of Ron Paul and Mitt Romney.
Short-Handed County Scrambles To Staff Primary Birmingham, AL (2012-03-12) Authorities say Jefferson County employees from a variety of departments are being asked to help with Tuesday's primary election because many of the workers who used to perform such duties have been laid off.
Votes and Ribs Tuscaloosa, Alabama (2012-03-12) Republican Presidential contender Rick Santorum stopped by Tuscaloosa ahead of Tuesday's primary election in Alabama, and Mississippi. The former Pennsylvania U.S. Senator pressed the flesh at Dreamland Bar-B-que, as voters prepared to head the polls. Alabama Public Radio's Pat Duggins reports...
Gingrich, Santorum To Appear At Alabama Forum Birmingham, AL (2012-03-07) Alabama's Republican Party chairman says Newt Gingrich and Rick Santorum have agreed to appear at a forum for presidential candidates Monday in Birmingham.
Griffith Facing Brooks Again For US House Huntsville, AL (2012-01-13) A rematch is shaping up for a north Alabama U.S. House seat.
Cavanaugh Joins Alabama PSC President Race Montgomery, AL (2011-11-15) Public Service Commission member Twinkle Andress Cavanaugh of Montgomery has become the third Republican to announce her candidacy for president of the PSC.
Court Campaign Spending To Become Clearer Soon Birmingham, AL (2011-11-07) Experts say the 2012 race for most of the seats on the Alabama Supreme Court will need strong Democratic candidates or hot primaries to approach the record spending seen in the 2006 election.
Judge Says Ala. County Lacks Staff For Elections Birmingham, AL (2011-11-15) Probate Judge Alan King has told the Jefferson County Commission that staffing the upcoming primary elections may be difficult because not enough workers are on staff.
Two Candidates To Run As Democrats For House Seat Homewood, AL (2012-01-12) Alabama's senior congressman, Spencer Bachus, has drawn three opponents in his race for re-election to the Congressional seat he has held for nearly 20 years.