"If people elect me, I'll make them proud," says state Senator Bill Hightower. "I bring a whole new toolkit of capabilities to that office and I want to be the governor, the 55th governor of the state of Alabama."
Healthcare has long been a major source of debate in Washington and the case is no different in Alabama. The race for the governor's office sees a deep http://www.wsfa.com partisan divide on how to deal with healthcare, especially over Medicaid.
Improving Alabama's low national education ranking has been a priority for almost every candidate running for governor. Here are the candidates' responses on what they want to see done for the state's education system.
Last week the U.S.House of Representatives was unable to pass the latest iteration of the farm bill. Within the legislation are changes to the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, or SNAP, commonly referred to simply as the food stamp program