I’m happy to say that I’m a new contributor at the premiere blog for Alabama politics, Doc’s Political Parlor & Home of Lawn Mower Repair.
Alabama’s second district race between Democratic freshman incumbent Bobby Bright and GOP challenger Martha Roby has made the list of “must win” races to control the House of Representatives.
The Alabama GOP has put up new billboard ads in the effort to take over the state legislature in November
Robert Bentley and Ron Sparks both know that job creation by the next governor is a major issue for Alabama voters this November. However, I feel less than inspired by their proposed plans to create jobs.
Republicans love to tout themselves as constitutional stalwarts… when it’s convenient. The mosque non-debatable-debate is just my tipping point. Hello! It’s the first amendment!
With Hubbert resigning as chair of the Alabama democratic party, is the AEA set to influence both Alalabama republicans and democrats more than ever before?
A profile / biography of Ron Sparks, the 2010 candidate and Democratic nominee for governor of Alabama. Sparks will face Robert Bentley, the Republican nominee, in November.
Check out my profile of the Republican candidate for Alabama governor, Dr. Robert Bentley. Bentley will face democratic nominee Ron Sparks in the November 2nd race. This is the second post of the “Alabama 2010” series.
This race and others around Alabama will be the focus of a series I’m starting called “Alabama 2010”. The goal of the series is to provide an informed, fact based analysis of Alabama’s candidates, issues, and races.
Either Bradley Byrne or Robert Bentley will face Ron Sparks in the November 2nd general election to be Alabama’s next governor. The questions to be asked though are threefold: What’s the difference between these two candidates? Which is more electable against Ron Sparks? Which one are YOU going to vote for? Okay, let’s answer the […]