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Exclusive — Gov. Kay Ivey’s Office: Biden’s Door-to-Door Vaccine Approach ‘Does Not Seem Like...

Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey’s (R) office said Thursday that President Joe Biden’s potential door-to-door approach to determine the vaccination status of Americans “does not seem like the answer” to getting more Americans vaccinated. “We are all for educating people on the COVID-19 vaccine, but from the little we know about this program, it does not…

Alabama Sheriff’s Captain Allegedly Fired for Supporting Constitutional Carry

Alabama state Rep. Shane Stringer (R-Citronelle) was a Mobile County Sheriff’s Office captain until his support for constitutional carry allegedly led Sheriff Sam Cochran to relieve him of his law enforcement position. AL.com reported that Cochran’s spokeswoman, Lori Myles, said, “Sheriff Sam Cochran made the decisions Wednesday, May 12, because of different political views held…

Alabama Becomes Latest State To End $300 Unemployment Bonus

Alabama will soon cease participating in the federal government’s unemployment insurance program that grants out-of-work Americans an extra $300 per week, the state’s governor said. Republican Gov. Kay Ivey announced that the state would withdraw from the coronavirus relief program by June 19, 2021, arguing that the $300 in additional weekly payments was incentivizing people…

Alabama Secretary of State John Merrill Won’t Run for Senate, Admits Affair

Alabama’s Secretary of State, John Merrill, says he will not run for the United States Senate after admitting he had “an inappropriate relationship with a 44-year-old woman.” John Merrill said in a statement he would not be seeking any elected position in 2022. Merrill had intended a much-anticipated run for the Senate. He even retweeted someone touting former…

Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey Announces ‘Safer Apart’ Order, Lifts Statewide Mask Mandate

Alabama Governor Kay Ivey (R) announced the ‘Safer Apart’ order Thursday, making face masks optional in the state after April 9, an indication that the Yellowhammer State is moving in the right direction. “As I’ve previously stated, Alabama’s mask order will expire at 5 p.m. on April 9,” Ivey stated in a tweet. “Today, I’m…

Alabama Governor’s Office Reaffirms End to Mask Mandate on April 9

Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey’s press secretary has reaffirmed that the statewide mask mandate put in place to combat the spread of COVID-19 will end next month on April 9. “As Governor Ivey has previously stated, Alabama’s mask mandate ends April 9,” said Gina Maiola in a statement to Breitbart News. “We have made progress, and…

Marco Rubio Backs American Workers Seeking to Unionize at Amazon

Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL) is backing American workers employed at Amazon’s Bessemer, Alabama, warehouse who are currently voting on whether they want to unionize against the wishes of the multinational corporation’s billionaire executives. Last month, the roughly 5,800 Americans employed at the Bessemer Amazon warehouse were sent ballots so they could vote on unionization. If the majority…

Alabama Secretary of State John Merrill: Goal Is to ‘Make It Easier to Vote...

Alabama Secretary of State John Merrill (R), who is serving as the cochair of the Republican State Leadership Committee’s (RSLC) commission to fuel election integrity measures, provided examples of what the commission is doing to promote election integrity in elections and told Breitbart News Saturday their overarching goal is to “make it easier to vote and harder…

Supreme Court Grants Stay Against ‘Curbside’ Voting in Alabama; Roberts Back with Conservatives

PAUL J. RICHARDS/AFP/Getty Images The U.S. Supreme Court ruled 5-3 on Wednesday to grant a stay against “curbside” voting in Alabama, which would have allowed disabled Americans to avoid the additional risk of exposure to coronavirus posed by voting inside a polling place. Chief Justice John Roberts sided with the conservative majority, in contrast to…

These Vulnerable Senators Risk Losing Their Seats, Costing The GOP The Majority. Here’s The...

Senate elections have become much more competitive in recent months, as Democrats have recruited popular candidates in states where President Donald Trump’s popularity has suffered. Suburban voters in competitive states will likely decide which party has the majority come November, according to election analysts. Voting trends, fundraising and polls paint a picture as to what…
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