As Democrats celebrated sweeping victories in state and local races across the United States Tuesday, at least one Republican was immediately ready to evaluate what went wrong for the party on Election Day , a year after the GOP captured the White House and maintained control of both houses of
Former Alabama Supreme Court Justice Roy Moore defeated Sen. Luther Strange in Alabama’s Republican senate primary runoff election Tuesday, delivering a blow to President Donald Trump and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, who backed the incumbent legislator. Moore advances to face Democratic
Today, Alabama Republicans will vote in a primary runoff for the Senate seat previously occupied by Attorney General Jeff Sessions . A first round of voting failed to yield a majority for a single candidate. Now, the top two candidates are competing for the GOP nomination in a race that has gained
Trump supporters at a rally for Alabama Senate candidate Luther Strange are split on whom to support in the GOP primary.
Senator Luther Strange and former Alabama Supreme Court Justice Roy Moore faced off tonight in the only debate before the runoff election for the GOP nomination next Tuesday to replace Attorney General Jeff Sessions in the U.S. Senate. The debate – held without a moderator – focused largely on who
Incumbent U.S. Senator Luther Strange and former Chief Justice of the Alabama Supreme Court Justice Roy Moore have advanced to a runoff election in Alabama's GOP primary to replace the seat vacated by now Attorney General Jeff Sessions , the AP projected Tuesday night. On the Democratic side, the
Candidates for Jeff Sessions' former seat include Sen. Luther Strange, Rep. Mo Brooks and former Alabama Chief Justice Roy Moore
“If we’re going to do what we did the other day we’re going to have to start locking the door.” That’s just a snippet of a recording, obtained by AL.com, of 74-year-old former Alabama Gov. Robert Bentley whispering sweet nothings to a woman who is not his wife. “You know what, when, when I stand
TRUMP’S FIRST 100 DAYS with ABC’s RICK KLEIN and VERONICA STRACQUALURSI Day No. 82 THE BIG STORY: Who would have bet that the U.S.- Russia relationship would or could grow more complicated in advance of the first high-level meetings involving the Trump administration? President Trump’s strike on
Bentley was accused of having an inappropriate relationship with a top aide and has now resigned and pleaded guilty to two misdemeanor campaign finance violations.