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Gov. Kay Ivey has announced that she plans to call a special session. The session is intended to address the congressional voting maps. This follows a ruling from the U.S. Supreme Court that found the recent voting maps to be […]

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Gov. Kay Ivey

Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey announced a special session during her State of the State address on March 7. This session will begin March 8 and will focus on allocating the remaining $1.1 billion in federal funds from the American Rescue […]

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Gov. Kay Ivey

Alabama incumbent Governor Kay Ivey has won reelection in Alabama. Ivey defeated her Democratic Opponent Yolanda Flowers. Gov. Ivey will now serve her second four-year term.

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A special election has been called for Alabama House of Representatives in District 74. Gov. Kay Ivey called the special election to fill the vacancy left by the tragic passing of State Rep. Dimitri Polizos. A special primary election will […]

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Gov. Kay Ivey has called a special session to begin March 6, 2019. The special session will focus on legislation related to a gas and diesel fuel tax. Calling the special session suspends the regular session and allows the gas […]

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Incumbent Republican Governor Kay Ivey won her first full term as Alabama governor defeating Democratic challenger and Tuscaloosa mayor Walt Maddox 59.6 percent to 40.4 percent. Ivey, who was elected lieutenant governor in 2014, was sworn in as governor last […]

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Gov. Kay Ivey signed House Bill 317 into law on April 6, 2018. House Bill 317, exempts economic development professionals from registering as a lobbyist. Under the bill, the economic development professional lobbyist registration exemption does not apply if a […]

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The Alabama Legislature adjourned sine die on March 29, 2018. The Legislature passed House Bill 317, exempting economic development professionals from registering as a lobbyist, on the final day of the regular session. Under House Bill 317, the economic development […]

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Gov. Kay Ivey has scheduled a special election for House District 21. The seat is vacant due to the sudden passing of Rep. Jim Patterson earlier this October. A special primary election will be held on January 9, 2018, and […]

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Gov. Kay Ivey has scheduled a special election for Senate District 26. The vacancy is a result of state Sen. Quinton Ross accepting a contract to become the next president of Alabama State University. The special election schedule coincides with […]

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Gov. Kay Ivey has scheduled a special election for House District 4. The vacancy is a result of former state Rep. Mick Hammon’s mail fraud conviction. A special primary election will be held on December 12, 2017, and the special […]

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Gov. Kay Ivey banned lobbyists from executive branch appointments in an executive order dated July 13, 2017. The order states public officials or public employees of the executive branch are prohibited from appointing a registered lobbyist to any executive agency. […]

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The Legislature adjourned sine die late Friday, May 19, 2017. Bills to block removal of Confederate monuments and allow certified midwives to deliver babies in the home both passed. Lawmakers failed to pass the prison bill and Gov. Kay Ivey […]

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Gov. Kay Ivey moved the U.S. Senate seat special election from November 6, 2018, to December 12, 2017. The special election is needed to fill the U.S. Senate seat formerly held by U.S. Attorney Gen. Jeff Sessions. Former Gov. Robert […]

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