Republican and democratic candidates have now qualified for the Alabama governor’s race, and as we get closer to the primaries, Political Analyst Steve Flowers weighs in.
This is the state’s monumental political year as Alabama has a off-year or midterm election year cycle, and, among others, the U.S. Senate and Governor’s races are getting serious as the primaries are just four months away.
Chad Chig Martin, a businessman from Enterprise, says he has qualified as a Democratic candidate for governor.
As candidates begin to place their names in the hat, the governor’s race is heating up.
The qualifying window for the Alabama Republican Party is January 4-28, 2022. The primary is set for May 24, 2022.
A licensed minister, motivational speaker and civil and human rights activist has set his eye on the Alabama Governor’s mansion.
Alabama Department of Corrections officer Stacy George says he will seek the Republican nomination for governor.
Gubernatorial challenger Walt Maddox kicked off a statewide bus tour as he seeks to make gains against Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey. The Tuscaloosa mayor and Democratic nominee began the tour Monday in his hometown of Tuscaloosa. Describing himself as the only candidate with solutions, Maddox is running on a platform of establishing a state lottery and expanding Medicaid. Alabama has…
Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey raised nearly $500,000 for her campaign last month as the incumbent Republican regains a cash advantage over gubernatorial challenger Walt Maddox. In a campaign finance report filed Tuesday, Ivey reported raising $400,000 in August. That is in addition to $95,000 in large contributions she reported last month. The report shows Ivey is regaining a fundraising advantage…
Democratic candidate for governor Walt Maddox wants to debate incumbent Gov. Kay Ivey ahead of the November election. Maddox said after winning the Democratic nomination that he wants to debate Ivey and that Alabama voters deserve to hear from the candidates. Maddox said people are interested in comparing “who is going to be best” to address the state’s problems in…