Alabama Election News

AL State Rep. Arnold Mooney Announces U.S. Senate Run

Brent Wilson | May 6, 2019 Arnold Mooney

This morning Alabama State Rep. Arnold Mooney (R-Birmingham) announced he will be seeking the Republican nomination for U.S. Senate. Mooney currently represents District 43. Mooney joins Bradley Byrne, Tommy Tuberville and Stanley Adair who have also announced their run for the Senate seat currently held...

Stanley Adair To Run For U.S. Senate As Republican

Brent Wilson | April 28, 2019 Stanley Adair

Stanley Adair, a former businessman and television evangelist, will run as a Republican for the U.S. Senate seat currently held by Democrat Doug Jones (D-Birmingham). Adair, from Haleyville, AL, touts himself as a businessman and entrepreneur. He says he plans to visit every Alabama county...

Lee County School Property Tax Renewal Passes

Brent Wilson | February 19, 2019 Lee County Board of Education

The Lee County special election to renew existing property taxes for schools has passed. The tax renewals help fund Lee County, Auburn and Opelika schools as well as the Lee County Youth Development Center. The taxes are expected to generate around $12 million per year....

Butler County Property Tax Increase For Schools Voted Down

Brent Wilson | January 29, 2019 Butler County Vote No To Property Tax Increase Sign

There will be no property tax increase for residents of Butler County after voters voted against it today. The property tax increase being proposed was expected to cost the average Butler County resident an extra $3.75 per month and would have brought property taxes for...

Leeds Voters Turn Down Property Tax Increase

Brent Wilson | January 22, 2019 Leeds City Board of Education

Leeds voters on Tuesday turned down a property tax increase to help fund city schools and build a new municipal center, as well as an athletic complex at the high school. The tax increase failed to pass by a vote of 1506 to 971. The...

Gadsden Voters Approve Electing School Board Members

Brent Wilson | January 22, 2019 Gadsden City Board of Education

Gadsden went to the polls today to decide whether or not Gadsden City School Board members should be elected to their position or appointed. As of writing, nearly 69 percent of voters have chosen to elect the Gadsden City School Board members, with 1244 votes...

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