Home Tags Politics

Tag: politics

In Stunning Vote, Two City Councilors Unseat Jefferson County Commissioners

By Barnett Wright The Birmingham Times Jefferson County voters on Tuesday night replaced both Democrats on the five-member county commission, electing two sitting Birmingham City Councilors...

Danny Carr wins Dem Primary; will face Mike Anderton, incumbent Republican,...

By Barnett Wright The Birmingham Times Danny Carr, once interim Jefferson County district attorney (DA), on Tuesday took one step closer to getting the job permanently...

Anti-apartheid activist Winnie Madikizela-Mandela dies at 81

By Christopher Torchia Associated Press   JOHANNESBURG (AP) - Winnie Madikizela-Mandela, prominent anti-apartheid activist and the ex-wife of Nelson Mandela, died in a hospital on Monday after a...

Doug Jones can win, but he needs black voters to turnout

By Anita Debro For the Birmingham Times Doug Jones’s path to the U.S. Senate is simple, according to several local political observers. A large number of...

Jones’s supporters have made 800,000 phone calls, knocked on 100,000 doors

Times staff report Through the first week of December, the Doug Jones campaign has served nearly 2,000 pieces of fish at fish fry get-togethers; staff...

For Birmingham’s corporate community, Mayor William Bell meant business

  By Nick Patterson The Birmingham Times To demonstrate how Birmingham Mayor William Bell has affected the economy of the region for the better, Birmingham Business Alliance...

Birmingham Mayor Bell on some of his noteworthy accomplishments

By Nick Patterson The Birmingham Times Despite controversies over the years — including his contentious relationship in the end with the Birmingham City Council and the...

Barack Obama shows up in Chicago for jury duty; not chosen

By Don Babwin The Associated Press CHICAGO (AP) — Former President Barack Obama, free of a job that forced him to move to Washington for eight...

Birmingham Mayor-elect Randall Woodfin Announces Plans For Inaugural Festivities

Times Staff Report The Randall Woodfin Administration will officially begin on Tuesday, Nov. 28, with a noon swearing-in ceremony in Linn Park followed later by...

Tuesday’s elections gave black candidates a number of historic victories

‎Times staff report Democrats scored several election firsts on Tuesday night and party officials credit the African-American electorate with playing a role. In New Jersey, voters...

Trending Now