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Here Are Candidates for Birmingham City Council in Oct. 5 Runoff...

By Ryan Michaels The Birmingham Times Two incumbents and two newcomers are vying for seats in the Birmingham runoff elections for City Council held on Oct....

These Are Remaining Hopefuls for Birmingham School Board in Oct. 5...

Compiled by birminghamwatch.org There are two seats left to fill on the Birmingham Board of Education. In the District 1 runoff election on Oct. 5, Incumbent...

How two Birmingham attorneys helped win the GA Senate races 

By Carter Dewees For The Birmingham Times When Birmingham attorney Byron Perkins paid a visit to historic Sixth Avenue Baptist Church 30 years ago, he did...

Chaos in the Capitol: Sad Day in Washington, D.C.

Associated Press WASHINGTON (AP) — A violent mob loyal to President Donald Trump stormed the U.S. Capitol on Wednesday and forced lawmakers into hiding, in...

Georgia deciding US Senate control in election’s final day

Associated Press ATLANTA (AP) — Georgians cast high-stakes final votes Tuesday in elections to determine the balance of power in the new Congress, deciding Senate runoff...

Vote or Die: Birmingham-Area Residents on What Nov. 3 Means

By Erica Wright The Birmingham Times Maya Robinson was determined to vote—even if it meant standing outside the downtown Birmingham courthouse for several hours on a...

UAB Profs on Absentee Voting, Swing States and the Electoral College

By Yvonne Taunton UAB News The United States presidential election is next week, and more than 58 million Americans have voted so far. With this election’s being one of...

Election Day now a city holiday in Birmingham (AL)

By Erica Wright The Birmingham Times The Birmingham City Council unanimously approved making the first Tuesday of November during a presidential election year, Election Day, a...

93-year-old Alabama poll chief honored by Birmingham as she prepares to...

By Erica Wright The Birmingham Times After 57 years as a poll worker who has seen election of the first Black Birmingham City Councilor, the first...

In Alabama, both GOP, Dems Find Common Ground: Absentee Voting On...

By Barnett Wright The Birmingham Times   It took Democrats and Republicans to open the downtown Birmingham and Bessemer County Courthouses on a Saturday in Alabama for...

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