Ronald Reagan’s Attorney General Endorses 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…Continue To Article
Sessions and Jones Battle Over Renaming Confederate-Named Military Assets.
On Wednesday, Alabama’s Democratic Senator, Doug Jones voted for an amendment proposed by Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren that would require all military assets that are named after Confederate soldiers to be renamed.
“Our servicemen…Continue To Article
Lilly Ledbetter Campaigns With Doug Jones to Celebrate Anniversary of Equal Pay Act
On Wednesday, Alabama native and champion of equal pay policies for women, Lilly Ledbetter joined Alabama’s Democratic Senator, Doug Jones to celebrate the anniversary of the Lilly Ledbetter Equal Pay Act that was signed…Continue To Article
Doug Jones Awarded Dual Honors for Bipartisanship and Pro-Growth Leadership From U.S. Chamber of Commerce
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce today announced that U.S. Senator Doug Jones (D-Ala.) was awarded both its Jefferson–Hamilton Award for Bipartisanship and the Abraham Lincoln Leadership for America Award. Senator Jones is…Continue To Article
Sessions Defends Himself Against Trump and Tuberville; Jones Responds
AL GOP Senate candidate Jeff Sessions has repeatedly tried to reconcile his relationship with President Donald Trump while at the same time, defending his decision to recuse himself from the Russia-related investigations into the…Continue To Article
Trump Tax Cuts Architect Stephen Moore Endorses Jeff Sessions
Stephen Moore, a Distinguished Visiting Fellow at the Heritage Foundation who has been nicknamed the “architect” of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017, endorsed former Attorney General Jeff Sessions in his bid…Continue To Article
Sessions Attacks Jones: “Doug Has No Interest in Listening to Tara Reade”
On Thursday, former Attorney General and AL GOP Senate candidate, Jeff Sessions took to Twitter and attacked incumbent Democratic Senator Doug Jones, whom he hopes to face in November. Sessions criticized Jones’ response…Continue To Article