The Doug Jones campaign reported on Monday that they have raised over $2 million in the third quarter of 2019. Jones now has over 26,000 donors and over $5 million in cash-on-hand. The Jones campaign says that this will allow Doug Jones to continue building […]
John Merrill News & Articles
Like in any football game, momentum can swing back and forth from one side to the next for no reason at all. However, it certainly looks like the early momentum is with the Tommy Tuberville campaign according to polling data. In a new poll by […]
This article continues an ongoing series of articles where BamaPolitics.com will ask questions of the candidates running for federal office in 2020. These articles are designed to give our readers an introduction to each candidate and give you a better understanding of why they are […]
Charlotte Meadows has won a runoff against Michael Fritz for the House District 74 seat that was left vacant after the death of State Rep. Dimitri Polizos. Meadows will face Democrat Rayford Mack in a special election for this seat on Nov. 12. The election […]
So, that’s why Merrill wants voters to blame cable television, because he thinks the world would be so much better if it just looked more like Mayberry, right?
Alabama Secretary of State John Merrill announced in a press conference Tuesday that he will run for the U.S. Senate seat currently held by Democrat Doug Jones. Merrill is the sixth candidate to enter the increasingly crowded Republican primary, which also includes U.S. Rep Bradley […]
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.
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 county to open at least one early voting center 14 days before an election. […]
Secretary of State John Merrill is never one to shy away from a debate or argument on Social Media. He enjoys it, though he has been sued for blocking people on Twitter. Late Thursday evening he was tagged by Facebook user Julia Siergiey Juarez in […]
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 […]