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US & Canada · Montgomery

Katie Britt, U.S. Rep. Mo Brooks in Alabama Senate runoff

38% Center coverage: 47 sources
Texas Sen. Ted Cruz stumped for Mo Brooks in Huntsville. Former President Trump previously supported Brooks but dropped his endorsement in March. Candidate Mike Durant emphasizes that he's an outsider without the Washington ties of his competitors. Polls are open Tuesday from 7 a.m. to 7 p.M.See the Story
Kay Ivey · Montgomery

Ivey wins Alabama governor GOP primary

45% Center coverage: 18 sources
Gov. Kay Ivey claims victory in crowded GOP primary. She thanked her opponents for wanting to serve and promised to oppose President Joe Biden. Some wondered if she would swing her campaign hard to the right to avoid a runoff. Ivey touted her record on job growth and low unemployment.See the Story
US & Canada · Washington

Hillary Clinton on Roe draft: ‘You have no idea who they will come for next’

38% Right coverage: 8 sources
Alabama already has a law in place, designed to challenge Roe v. Wade, that would most likely make almost all abortions illegal immediately. Eric Johnston, a Birmingham attorney who authored the 2019 abortion ban in question, said the process would move very quickly if the final opinion matches exactly the leaked opinion.See the Story
Republican Party

Attorney General Steve Marshall wins Republican nomination

83% Center coverage: 6 sources
Marshall had nearly 90 percent of the votes as of 10 p.m. Tuesday, with half of the expected votes having been counted. Harry Bartlett Still III, an attorney from Daphne, qualified to run for the Republican nomination against Marshall. Still campaigned on reforming the state's law enforcement agencies.See the Story
Secretary of State · Alabama

Wes Allen, Jim Zeigler headed to runoff in GOP race for secretary of state

50% Center coverage: 4 sources
State Representative Wes Allen, R-Troy, and State Auditor Jim Zeigler are headed to a Republican primary election runoff, set for June 21. Neither man garnered more than 50 percent of the votes in Tuesday's primary. The winner of the Republican runoff will face Democrat candidate Pamela Laffitte, who is running unopposed, in the Nov. 8 general election.See the Story
US & Canada · Alabama

We miss Shorty Price

Coverage: 2 sources
The governor's races of bygone years were a lot more fun and colorful than today. Ole Shorty was the King of run for the fun of it candidates. He ran for governor every time and really didn't care how many votes he got. Shorty usually got about two percent of the vote and usually finished last.See the Story
Al Franken · Alabama

Al Franken Rips Democrats Over ‘Build Back Better’

100% Center coverage: 2 sources
The Alabama Legislature's 2022 regular session ended recently, marking the conclusion of a successful quadrennium that began in 2019. Senate Majority Leader Clay Scofield: "I am proud of the work the Alabama Legislature has accomplished these past four years" "I filled with hope for the future of our state knowing that the best is yet to come," he said.See the Story
Montgomery, Alabama · Montgomery

Roundup: Four votes and a bunch of surprises

100% Center coverage: 1 sources
You know about Kay Ivey, Katie Britt and Mo Brooks, and the other statewide races at the top of the ticket, but here is a roundup of other races of note from around Alabama on Tuesday evening. Several races are headed to a runoff, which is scheduled for June 21.State Supreme CourtGreg Cook def. Debra Jones: Cooke and Jones were in a heated race, and each spent a ton on advertising.See the Story
Alabama · Alabama

Alabama STEM Council to strengthen teacher preparation across the state through UTeach

100% Center coverage: 1 sources
The Alabama STEM Council will direct an initial $4.5 million legislative appropriation to launch four new UTeach STEM teacher preparation programs at fully accredited public Alabama colleges and universities. Qualified institutions will be eligible to receive up to $3 million in funding over five years to recruit and prepare secondary STEM teachers. The initiative is part of comprehensive efforts in Alabama to improve STEM education. Since 2008, the Uteach Institute has partnered with 49 universities in 23 states and the District of Columbia to strengthen university-based preparation.See the Story

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