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Flowers becomes first Black major party nominee for Alabama governor

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Yolanda Flowers is now the first Black Alabamian to be nominated by a major party for the state's highest office. Unofficial results at 10:30 p.m. Tuesday night showed Flowers overcoming her runoff opponent State Senator Malika Sanders-Fortier. This is the first time in Alabama history that both major party nominees are women.
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Yolanda Flowers wins Democratic nomination for governor in Alabama primary election.

Yolanda Flowers wins Democratic nomination for governor in Alabama primary election.

3 months ago·United States
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Flowers becomes first Black major party nominee for Alabama governor

Democrat Yolanda Flowers made history on Tuesday night as the first Black person to be nominated by a major party for Governor of Alabama.

3 months ago·Huntsville, United States
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Yolanda Flowers wins Democratic nomination for governor in Alabama primary election.

Yolanda Flowers wins Democratic nomination for governor in Alabama primary election.

3 months ago·San Diego, United States
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Flowers wins Democratic runoff, first Black female nominee for governor

The winner will face off against Republican incumbent Gov. Kay Ivey during the state’s general election Nov. 8.

3 months ago
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Yolanda Flowers wins Democratic nomination in Alabama gubernatorial race

She is now the first Black woman to be nominated by a major party for Alabama governor.

3 months ago·Huntsville, United States
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Yolanda Flowers Wins Democratic Nomination for Governor - Alabama News

Democrat Yolanda Flowers will face Republican Gov. Kay Ivey in the November general election.

3 months ago
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