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Alabama

Flowers says Enterprise ‘political capital of South’ during Jimmy Holley event | #republicans | #Alabama | #GOP

MICHELLE MANN A longtime Alabama political columnist and former state legislator predicts Coffee County’s potential for being a political launching pad in the future is strong. “Coffee County, especially Enterprise, is the breeding ground for and emerging political capital of the South,” former state legislator Steve Flowers told those attending a retirement celebration for former […]

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Enterprise ‘political capital of south’, Flowers says | #republicans | #Alabama | #GOP

“Coffee County—especially Enterprise—is the breeding ground for and emerging political capital of the South,” former state legislator and longtime political columnist Steve Flowers told those attending a retirement celebration for State Sen. Jimmy Holley hosted by the Coffee County Republican Club Jan.14. Flowers, State, Sen. Josh Carnley, State Rep. Rhett Marques and U.S. Congressman Barry […]

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Alabama may be good shape in the US Senate, despite loss of seniority | News | #republicans | #Alabama | #GOP

Richard Shelby walked out of the U.S. Senate this week after 36 years. Walking out with him is almost all of Alabama’s seniority and power in Washington. Seniority equates into power in the halls of Congress, especially in the Senate. National publications have illustrated the fact that Alabama has benefited more than all 50 states from […]

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Some legislative leaders retire and pass away | #republicans | #Alabama | #GOP

Allow me to share the stories of three of my favorite legislative colleagues. Two of these gentlemen are retiring from the Alabama House of Representatives this year, and one passed away in April. Rep. Victor Gaston of Mobile and Rep. Howard Sanderford of Huntsville are going home. A third legend and true gentleman, Steve McMillan […]

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Alabama’s Big 10 Mayors influential | #republicans | #Alabama | #GOP

Steve Flowers Students of Alabama political history will rightly remember the 2022 midterm election. This election saw the majority of Alabama voters cast their ballots for Katie Britt, who will be the first woman elected to represent Alabama in the U.S. Senate. Gov. Kay Ivey easily coasted to victory to gain her second full term […]

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Kay Ivey is Governor again | News | #republicans | #Alabama | #GOP

Gov. Kay Ivey’s 2022 reelection victory run has been very impressive. Some of you may be wondering how quickly I have been able to resolve that she has indeed culminated her victorious run when the General Election was held Tuesday and my column’s published date is Wednesday. It is simply, as I have told you numerous times […]

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Alabama’s congressional delegation to be reelected, as usual | News | #republicans | #Alabama | #GOP

Our Alabama Congressional delegation will all be reelected next month, as usual. We are no different than any other state when it comes to the incumbency advantage of being a congressperson.  When someone is elected to the U.S. Congress, they are usually there for life unless they run for higher office. They probably would not be defeated […]

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Alabama votes for party based on race, not economics | News | #republicans | #Alabama | #GOP

All polling points to a significant Republican pickup of congressional seats in the upcoming November General Election. It is a historical fact that the party that loses the White House in a presidential year picks up congressional seats in the following midterm elections. Furthermore, Democrats are in disfavor because of runaway inflation. Voters blame Biden […]

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Inside the Statehouse: National Trends Do Not Affect Alabama | | #republicans | #Alabama | #GOP

As mentioned last week, all polling points to a significant Republican pickup of congressional seats in the upcoming November General Election. It is a historical fact that the party that loses the White House in a presidential year, picks up congressional seats in the following midterm elections. Furthermore, Democrats are in disfavor because of runaway […]

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New fiscal year begins on high note for state workers and teachers | #republicans | #Alabama | #GOP

The new state fiscal year begins Oct. 1, and the two state budgets are flush. Both the General Fund and the State Special Education Budgets will be the largest in state history. The General Fund Budget is a record breaking $2.7 billion. It increases the revenue to mental health and prisons. Medicaid continues to be […]

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