Alabama's Republican U.S. senator has thrown his full support behind the nomination of conservative judge Brett Kavanaugh for an open seat on the U.S. Supreme Court. The state's Democratic senator is taking a more measured approach.
Gov. Kay Ivey's campaign is responding to a letter issued Tuesday by Walt Maddox, her competitor in the general election, in which he is challenging her to several debates ahead of the November election.
The primary runoff election is over, and Alabama officials will be checking to see who, if anyone, violated the voter crossover law in both Tuesday's election and the primary runoff in September of 2017.
Alabamians headed to the polls on June 5 to fill out their choices in the state's primaries. But some of those races aren't a done deal. They'll need citizens to head back to the ballot box on July 17 to pick the winner of several run-off elections.