Alabama Political Reporter reports: On Wednesday, October 21, Alabama Secretary of State John Merrill (R) issued a warning to groups who may attempt to use out of state Political Action Committees (PACs) to hide the source of their funds. Secretary...


 
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Sec of State threatens out-of-state PACs

Alabama Political Reporter reports: On Wednesday, October 21, Alabama Secretary of State John Merrill (R) issued a warning to groups who may attempt to use out of state Political Action Committees (PACs) to hide the source of their funds. Secretary...

     
 



"Artur Davis files lawsuit against Alabama Democrats"

AL.com reports: Former U.S. Rep. Artur Davis has filed a lawsuit against the Alabama Democratic Party for its refusal to allow him to rejoin the party and run for a seat on the Montgomery County Commission. In the suit filed...

     
 



"Caravan to protest Black Belt license office closings still on despite partial reopening"

AL.com reports: A caravan to protest the closing of driver's license offices in Alabama's Black Belt will proceed even though Gov. Robert Bentley announced the offices would reopen at least one day a month starting Nov. 1. Caravan organizers announced...

     
 



"Bernie Sanders: Alabama Republicans are 'cowards' trying to 'suppress' vote"

AL.com reports: Sen. Bernie Sanders called Republicans in Alabama and other states "cowards" for trying to "suppress" votes. "Republican cowards all across the country, including Alabama, are very clearly trying to win elections by suppressing the vote and making it...

     


"Hillary Clinton: Alabama remains front line of voting rights battle"

Hillary Clinton writes on AL.com: Alabama is one of 17 states with no early voting. That needs to change. Alabama should make sure those who've served time have their voting rights restored. And they should eliminate the discriminatory requirement that...

     


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