Alabama Attorney General second term

Attorney General Candidate-Poarch Contributions
3:55 pm
Fri March 7, 2014

Tribe Gives $250,000 To Attorney General Candidate

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.
Credit Poarch Band of Creek Indians

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.

Montgomery Rep. Joe Hubbard filed campaign finance reports this week showing he received $250,000 from political action committees funded by the tribe.

The money represents the bulk of the $326,827 that Hubbard raised in the first month of his campaign for attorney general.

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Politics & Government
5:51 am
Tue January 15, 2013

Alabama Attorney General Seeking Re-election

Alabama Attorney General Luther Strange says he'll seek a second term in office.
lutherstrange.com

Alabama Attorney General Luther Strange says he will run for a second term next year.

Strange defeated incumbent Troy King in the Republican primary in 2010 and then went on to win the general election.


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.


So far, he has no announced opposition.



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