Montgomery, AL – Attorney General Troy King says voters will be able to contact his staff with questions about election-related issues. King says there will be attorneys who specialize in election law examining any allegations of election fraud. They will also investigate complaints of any wrongdoing. The hotline is open today and will remain open through Friday. The number is 800-831-8814.
Tuscaloosa, AL – The U.S. Constitution has 27 amendments. Multiply this number by 28 and you get close to the number of amendments in the Alabama Constitution -- 751. A number of amendments will be voted on in tomorrow's election, but issues inside of the constitution are still a problem for some people in Alabama. Alabama Public Radio's Bobby Puppione reports...
Florence, AL – Alabama Public Radio has been airing reports about the candidates campaigning for Congress. We now examine the candidates in the Fifth Congressional District. Two men are vying for the seat, which covers six counties and part of a seventh across the northern tier of Alabama. One candidate is a well-known incumbent, while the other is a political newcomer. Alabama Public Radio's Pat Sanders reports.
Tuscaloosa, AL – Alabama Public Radio has been airing reports about the candidates campaigning for Congress. We now feature one of the candidates for the Second Congressional District. Colonel Chuck James is a retired Army combat veteran who is campaigning as a Democrat to replace incumbent Republican Congressman Terry Everett. James spoke to Alabama Public Radio's Butler Cain about some of the issues important to his campaign.
Mobile, AL – Alabama Public Radio has been airing reports about the candidates campaigning for Congress. We begin with Alabama's First Congressional District. The race features two people who have battled for ballots before -- an incumbent who is finishing his first term in office and a southwest Alabama businesswoman. Chris Newbold reports.