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Alabama Congressional Districts, 113th_Congress

A lawsuit filed on June 13, 2018 naming Secretary of State John Merrill and alleging the Alabama U.S. Congressional districts are in violation of Section 2 of the Voting Rights Act has cleared a challenge by the state of Alabama. The court denied the states…

Scott Walls

It appears that former Sheriff of Marshall County Scott Walls owned the domain name associated with the official website of the Marshall County Sheriff’s Office. The domain marshallcosheriff.org was the official website until around January 14th, 2019. That is when Walls changed the DNS entries…

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…

Ben Little

A Calhoun County grand jury filed an indictment Jan. 22 in which Ben Little is charged with voting on city legislation in which he knew he had a conflict of interest and on a matter in which he had a financial interest. Little is scheduled…

Jim Zeigler

Update: Jim Zeigler has edited his original post to remove “improperly attired”. Recently reelected Alabama State Auditor Jim Zeigler and potential future candidate for United States Senator took to Facebook to attack the recently elected Senator of Arizona, Kyrsten Sinema, for her choice of wardrobe…

Libertarian Party of Alabama

Citing AL Election Code, the Libertarian Party of Alabama (LPA) has filed suit in the U.S. District Court, Alabama Middle District, alleging the State of Alabama discriminates against “minor parties” and independent candidates, by charging them for the state-wide voter registration list or a portion…

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 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…

Welcome To BamaPolitics.com

Written by Brent Wilson on January 10, 2018

Today BamaPolitics is launching in what will be a never ending journey to provide the most reliable source of information for Alabamians when it comes to politics in the state of Alabama. Whether you wish to keep up with your immediate Representatives, follow the latest…