Roy Moore, the Alabama Republican running for a U.S. Senate seat that once belonged to U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions, and his campaign chairman lashed out Thursday at the Washington Post.
Two Republican Alabama Senate candidates survived a primary election and will head to a runoff – in one of the first tests of President Donald Trump’s influence.
The two Republicans competing in Alabama’s Senate run-off sparred over President Trump’s endorsement in the race ahead of the president’s visit to the state on Friday.
Former Alabama Supreme Court Justice Roy Moore is consolidating anti-establishment conservative support in Alabama’s Senate race more than a week before voters head to the polls.
U.S. Sen. Luther Strange made his case to state Republican party leaders on Saturday, urging them to vote for him in a GOP runoff next month because of his “conservative accomplishments” and the endorsement of President Donald Trump.
In a break from President Trump, former Alaska governor and 2008 Republican vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin has endorsed Roy Moore in Alabama’s U.S. Senate race.
President Trump made a surprise endorsement on Tuesday night in Alabama’s Republican Senate primary, throwing his support behind incumbent Sen. Luther Strange over the other conservative candidates running just one week before election day.
A jury on Friday found Alabama House Speaker Mike Hubbard guilty on 12 counts of public corruption — agreeing with prosecutors’ assertions that the Republican used the power and prestige of his political offices to benefit his companies and clients.
Former Alabama Gov. Don Siegelman — in prison on corruption charges and who got major support earlier this month for a White House pardon — was put in solitary confinement Monday, his son says.
A Republican Alabama lawmaker said Tuesday that he is filing an impeachment resolution against GOP Gov. Robert Bentley in the wake of a scandal involving one of the governor’s top aides, who has since resigned.