Alabama Congressional Candidates and Candidates for Senator

Senate Candidates in the Republican Primary for March 3rd, 2020

Best choice: Judge Roy Moore, Arnold Mooney, Jeff Sessions, or Stanley Adair.

Other candidates running: Bradley Byrne, Tommy Tuberville.

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Vote Tuesday - March 1st 2016

US Senate - Richard Shelby
Congress 1st District - Dean Young
Congress 2nd District - Becky Gerritson
Congress 3rd District - Larry Dichaira
Congress 5th District - Mo Brooks
Supreme Court - Tom Parker
PSC President - Terry Dunn
State Board of Education District 1 - Jackie Zeigler
State Board of Education District 3 - Stephanie Bell
State Board of Education District 7 - Rhea Tays Fulmer

YES on Amendment One. It is poorly worded. It does not provide a pension. It replaces an already-existing pension that the officials are not required to pay into with one that they do pay into.

Madison County

County Commission:
District 1 - Tim McNeese
District 3 - Larry Durham

Madison County Board of Education, District 4 - Dave Weis

Pike County

Probate Judge Wes Allen

County Commission:
District 3 - Jimmy Barron
District 4 - Chad Copeland
District 6 - Russell Johnson


Marion/Winston Counties Circuit Judge 25, Place 1 - Judge John Bentley

Jefferson County

Jefferson County Circuit Judge 10, Place 25- Aaron Dettling

Shelby County

Vote NO to Sunday liquor sales.

Limestone County

Limestone County Commission Place 4 - Ben Harrison

Limestone County Circuit Judge - Chad Wise

Lauderdale County

County Commission: Chairman - Danny Pettus
District 1 - John Hargett
District 2 - Fay Parker

Lauderdale County Circuit Judge, Place 1 - William Smith
Lauderdale County Circuit Judge, Place 2 - James Irby

District Attorney Circuit 5 (Chambers, Tallapoosa, Macon, Randolph) - Bill Harris

Tuscaloosa County

Tuscaloosa County District Attorney - Hays Webb

Tuscaloosa County District Judge Place 2 - Jim Gentry

Tuscaloosa County Commissioner District 2 - Jerry Tingle.

Mobile County

Mobile County Commission - Jerry Carl

Mobile County School Board - Theresa Hubbard

Baldwin County

Baldwin County School Board - Chris Francis

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Alabama Senatorial Candidates 2014 Democrat and Republican

Alabama Senator Candidates
Alabama Senator Candidates 2014

State Primary: June 3, 2014

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Republican Senate Candidates For Alabama

Jeff Sessions (R) - Next Election is in 2014.

Alabama Candidates for Congress Republican and Democrat AL

Alabama Congressional Candidates
Alabama Congress Candidates 2014, Republican and Democrat for Mobile 1st Congressional District

Congressional Candidates Alabama

District 1:
Bradley Byrne (R)
Burton LeFlore (D)

District 2:
Martha Roby (R)
Erick Wright (Independent)

District 3:
Mike Rogers (R)
Thomas Casson (R)
Jesse Smith (D)
Lisa Moore (Independent)

District 4:
Robert Aderholt (R)
Thomas Drake II (R)

District 5:
Mo Brooks (R)
Jerry Hill (R)
Mark Bray (Independent)

District 6:
Scott Beason (R)
Will Brooke (R)
Paul DeMarco (R)
Chad Mathis (R) - Tea Party Activist
Gary Palmer (R)
Rob Shattuck (R)
Tom Vigneulle (R)
Avery Vise (D) 

District 7:
Terri Sewell (D)
Tamara Harris Johnson (D)


United States Senate election in Alabama, 2014

Three-term incumbent Republican Jeff Sessions was re-elected with 63% of the vote in 2008. He will be 67 years old in 2014.

History of Alabama. Information that every Alabama Senator Candidate Should Know.

Alabama became a state of the United States of America on December 14, 1819. After the Indian Wars and removals of the early 19th century forced most Native Americans out of the state, white settlers arrived in large numbers.

In antebellum Alabama, wealthy planters created large cotton plantations based in the fertile central Black Belt, which depended on the labor of enslaved African Americans. Tens of thousands of slaves were transported to and sold in the state by slave traders who purchased them in the Upper South. Elsewhere in Alabama, poorer whites practiced subsistence farming. By 1860 blacks (nearly all slaves) comprised 45 percent of the state's 964,201 people.

The state wished to continue and expand slavery. Feeling pressured by the Northern states, Alabama declared its secession in January 1861 and joined the Confederate States of Americain February. The ensuing American Civil War saw moderate levels of action in Alabama, and the population suffered economic losses and hardships as a result of the war. Lincoln'sEmancipation Proclamation freed all enslaved people in confederate states. The Southern capitulation in 1865 ended the Confederate state government and began a controversial and difficult decade of Reconstruction.




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