Alabama Attorney General second term en Tribe Gives $250,000 To Attorney General Candidate <p>The Poarch Band of Creek Indians is contributing heavily to the Democratic challenger for attorney general, who has criticized Attorney General Luther Strange's legal action against the tribe.</p><p>Montgomery Rep. Joe Hubbard filed campaign finance reports this week showing he received $250,000 from political action committees funded by the tribe.</p><p>The money represents the bulk of the $326,827 that Hubbard raised in the first month of his campaign for attorney general.</p> Fri, 07 Mar 2014 21:55:11 +0000 The Associated Press 48024 at Tribe Gives $250,000 To Attorney General Candidate Alabama Attorney General Seeking Re-election <P>Alabama Attorney General Luther Strange says he will run for a second term next year.</P> <DIV> <P>Strange defeated incumbent Troy King in the Republican primary in 2010 and then went on to win the general election.</P> <P>Strange said Monday in Hoover that he's had a busy term, but there is more he wants to do in a second term. He recently underwent knee surgery. He said he's traveling around the state again and looking forward to running for re-election.</P> <P>So far, he has no announced opposition.</P></DIV> <P><BR>Copyright 2013 The Associated Press.</P> Tue, 15 Jan 2013 11:51:54 +0000 The Associated Press 23222 at Alabama Attorney General Seeking Re-election