Dakota Layton, Author at BamaPolitics.com

Dakota Layton is a Senior at UAH studying Philosophy and is also the President of the UAH College Democrats.

Gov. Ivey Awards $375,000 For Program to Aid Child Abuse Victims

Dakota Layton | July 10, 2020

On Friday, Governor Kay Ivey announced that the Alabama Department of Economic and Community Affairs will administer a grant of $375,000 to establish a program aimed at helping victims of child abuse through ensuring that they receive adequate healthcare and other forms of assistance. “ADECA...

Doug Jones and Jeff Sessions Condemn TVA’s Outsourcing of Jobs

Dakota Layton | June 26, 2020

In early May, the Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) “announced plans to outsource 20 percent of its highly-skilled technology workforce to Capgemini, CGI, and Accenture — companies based in France, Canada, and Ireland respectively,” according to Rachel M. Cohen of The Intercept. This has outraged union...

New Poll: Tuberville Leads Jones By 3 Points

Dakota Layton | June 23, 2020

According to a new internal poll from incumbent Democratic Senator Doug Jones’ 2020 Senate campaign, former Auburn football coach Tommy Tuberville (the likely GOP nominee to take on Jones) leads Jones by a slim 3 point margin. The poll was conducted by FM3 and surveyed...

CNN: Trump Will Campaign for Tuberville Next Month

Dakota Layton | June 18, 2020

According to a new report by Kaitlan Collins of CNN, President Trump will campaign for former Auburn football coach, Tommy Tuberville next month at the Ladd-Peebles Stadium in Mobile as Tuberville prepares to face Trump’s former Attorney General, Jeff Sessions in a runoff scheduled for...

Ronald Reagan’s Attorney General Endorses Sessions

Dakota Layton | June 18, 2020 Jeff Sessions

As the Alabama GOP runoff election between former Attorney General Jeff Sessions and former Auburn football coach Tommy Tuberville heats up, Sessions has scored a high-profile endorsement from President Ronald Reagan’s former Attorney General, Ed Meese. Meese served as Reagan’s Attorney General from 1985-1988. Meese...

Daily Email Subscription

Search

Trending