Bama Politics

Alabama political news, legislative updates, and information database of elected officials & candidates.

Dimitri Polizos
Dimitri Polizos was a Republican from Montgomery, AL. Dimitri Polizos died on March 27, 2019 at the age of 72.
Katherine Mack
Katherine Mack was a Democrat from Phenix City, AL. Katherine Mack died on August 24, 2021 at the age of 60.
Shannon Clemmons
Shannon Clemmons is from Bay Minette, AL and currently serves as a Council Member of Bay Minette, AL for District 5.
William Taylor
William Taylor is from Bay Minette, AL and currently serves as a Council Member of Bay Minette, AL for District 4.
Mike Phillips
Mike Phillips is from Bay Minette, AL and currently serves as a Council Member of Bay Minette, AL for District 2.
Tommy Dawson
Tommy Dawson is from Auburn, AL and currently serves as a Council Member of Auburn, AL for District 8.
Jay Hovey
Jay Hovey is a Republican from Auburn, AL and currently serves as a Council Member of Auburn, AL for District 7.
Bob Parsons
Bob Parsons is from Auburn, AL and currently serves as a Council Member of Auburn, AL for District 6.
Steven Dixon
Steven Dixon is from Auburn, AL and currently serves as a Council Member of Auburn, AL for District 5.
Brett Smith
Brett Smith is a Republican from Auburn, AL and currently serves as a Council Member of Auburn, AL for District 4.
Beth Witten
Beth Witten is from Auburn, AL and currently serves as a Council Member of Auburn, AL for District 3.
Kelley Griswold
Kelley Griswold is a Republican from Auburn, AL and currently serves as a Council Member of Auburn, AL for District 2.
Connie Fitch Taylor
Connie Fitch Taylor is a Democrat from Auburn, AL and currently serves as a Council Member of Auburn, AL for District 1.
Joe Hereford
Joe Hereford is from Attalla, AL and currently serves as a Council Member of Attalla, AL for District 4.
Edward Roscoe Lane
Edward Roscoe Lane is from Ashville, AL and currently serves as a Council Member of Ashville, AL for District 5.
Sue Price
Sue Price is from Ashville, AL and currently serves as a Council Member of Ashville, AL for District 3.
Shirley Smith
Shirley Smith is from Ashville, AL and currently serves as a Council Member of Ashville, AL for District 1.
Danny McCarley
Danny McCarley is from Argo, AL and currently serves as a Council Member of Argo, AL for District 4.
Dusty Stinson
Dusty Stinson is from Argo, AL and currently serves as a Council Member of Argo, AL for District 1.
Mike Allen
Mike Allen is from Arab, AL and currently serves as a Council Member of Arab, AL for District 4.
Jackie Wesson
Jackie Wesson is from Warrior, AL and currently serves as a Council Member of Warrior, AL for District 2 - Place 2.
Kedrick Bettis
Kedrick Bettis is a Democrat from Jackson, AL and currently serves as a Council Member of Jackson, AL for District 1 - Place 1.
Britney Jones-Alexander
Britney Jones-Alexander is a Democrat from Camden, AL and currently serves as Probate Judge of Wilcox County, AL.
Eldora Anderson
Eldora Anderson is a Democrat from Marion, AL and currently serves as Probate Judge of Perry County, AL.
Lashandra Myrick
Lashandra Myrick is a Democrat from Hayneville, AL and currently serves as Probate Judge of Lowndes County, AL.
Rolonda M. Wedgeworth
Rolonda M. Wedgeworth is a Democrat from Eutaw, AL and currently serves as Probate Judge of Greene County, AL.
Richard M. Dean
Richard M. Dean is a Republican from Rockford, AL and currently serves as Probate Judge of Coosa County, AL.
Steve Flemming
Steve Flemming is a Democrat from Evergreen, AL and currently serves as Probate Judge of Conecuh County, AL.
James Tatum
James Tatum is a Democrat from Union Springs, AL and currently serves as Probate Judge of Bullock County, AL.
Terri Summerlin
Terri Summerlin is from Weaver, AL. Find out more about Terri Summerlin at BamaPolitics.com.
Graham Smith
Graham Smith is a Republican from Mountain Brook, AL running for office in the Mountain Brook, AL City Council Place 1 election.
Kent Osband
Kent Osband is from Mountain Brook, AL running for office in the Mountain Brook, AL City Council Place 3 election.
Tate Davis
Tate Davis is a Republican from Mountain Brook, AL running for office in the Mountain Brook, AL City Council Place 5 election.
Christopher Powanda
Christopher Powanda is a Republican from Mountain Brook, AL running for office in the Mountain Brook, AL City Council Place 1 election.
James Lucas
James Lucas is from Athens, AL and currently serves as a Council Member of Athens, AL for District 3.
Julie Gentry
Julie Gentry is from Scottsboro, AL. Julie Gentry last ran for office in the 2020 Scottsboro, AL Board of Education Place 5 Election.
2020 Scottsboro, AL Board of Education Place 5 Election
2020 Scottsboro, AL Board of Education Place 5 Election results and candidate information for Alabama voters.
2020 Scottsboro, AL Board of Education Place 4 Election
2020 Scottsboro, AL Board of Education Place 4 Election results and candidate information for Alabama voters.
Margie C. Varner
Margie C. Varner is a Democrat from Bessemer, AL running for office in the Bessemer, AL Board of Education District 5 election.
Terry Dawson
Terry Dawson is from Bessemer, AL running for office in the Bessemer, AL Board of Education District 2 election.
Madison County Alabama Drug Bust

Alabama Wiretap Bill Aims To Fight Drug Trafficking In The State

By Matthew Tyson on April 5, 2019

Some lawmakers are hoping to stymie the flow of drugs into Alabama this legislative session.

On March 21, Representative Rex Reynolds (R – Huntsville) introduced HB275, a bill that would authorize…

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Protestors At Anti-Abortion Rally

Alabama Bill Bans Abortion In All Cases Except When Mother’s Life At Risk

By Brent Wilson on April 2, 2019

Alabama Rep. Terri Collins (R-Decatur) introduced HB 314 today to ban abortions in Alabama.

The bill would make abortion and attempted abortion a Class A Felony offense except in cases where…

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Early Voting Will Move Alabama Forward

By Clete Wetli on April 1, 2019 | Opinion

This bill is another opportunity for Alabama to move forward. For too long, we’ve approached sensible legislation like this with an obstinate attitude of baseless oppositional defiance.

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Alabama State Rep. Mike Ball Talks CARE Act

By Matthew Tyson on March 29, 2019

In 2014, Rep. Mike Ball (R – Madison) introduced legislation that would go on to become Carly’s Law – a bill that authorized the University of Alabama in Birmingham to conduct a study…

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Early Voting by State as of 2019

Alabama Early Voting Part of House Democrats 2019 Legislative Agenda

By Matthew Tyson on March 26, 2019

On March 20, Rep. Thomas Jackson (D, Montgomery) introduced a bill that would authorize early voting in the state of Alabama.

If passed, HB256 would require the governing body of each…

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Alabama Needs Common Core Standards, Not More Bureaucratic Obstacles

By Clete Wetli on March 24, 2019 | Opinion

Marsh and his conservative legislator cronies are doing their best to politicize education rather than improve it. Instead of letting educators make informed decisions and do their jobs, Marsh and company seem more interested in forcing public schools to offer Bible classes and to reinsert outdated education standards that are decades old.

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CARE Act – Alabama’s Medical Marijuana Legalization Bill

By Brent Wilson on March 22, 2019

UPDATE: The bill described in this article has been replaced with a substitute bill. You can view the new bill here.

Follow our latest updates on the CARE Act…

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Del Marsh’s New Enthusiasm for Common Core Repeal Pays Off

By Matthew Tyson on March 21, 2019

On Thursday, March 21, the Alabama State Senate passed SB 119 – a bill that would repeal the Alabama College and Career Ready Standards, also known as Common Core. The final vote was

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Del Marsh’s Bill To Help Fund Trump’s Wall Could Have Taxpayers Propping Up General Fund Instead

By Brent Wilson on March 20, 2019

Senator Del Marsh (R – Anniston) wants to let Alabama taxpayers help build President Trump’s border wall via SB 22.

Marsh’s bill would allow taxpayers to check a box on their tax…

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Dauphin Island Marina

Dauphin Island Could Soon Have Entertainment Districts

By Brent Wilson on March 20, 2019

HB 244 has been signed by Governor Kay Ivey

Dauphin Island may soon be allowed to create up to three entertainment districts if a bill filed by Chip Brown

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