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Jan. 30, 2006
Will Troy King face a GOP challenger in his bid for attorney general? Also 'leans' and 'screens' on the campaign trail, a Senate 35 tsunami brewing and the Alabama GOP gets some new legal champions.
 
Jan. 29, 2006
Area Republicans will gather at a local restaurant Tuesday to hear state Senate candidates and watch President George W. Bush deliver his 2006 State of the Union address.

Jan. 27, 2006
Will former School Board President John Holland try to reclaim the seat he surrendered amid ethics charges?

Mobile City Councilman Ben Brooks makes it official: he will run in the GOP primary for the state Senate, District 35 seat.

Jan. 26, 2006
Will Mobile County Sheriff Jack Tillman answer the bell when the 2006 elections begin?

Jan. 25, 2006
Connie Hudson hopes to cut short her second term on the Mobile City Council.

Jan. 24, 2006
NAACP Legal Defense Fund joins fight to let displaced New Orleanians vote in upcoming city elections.

Washington unveils ideas for battling culture of corruption.

Jan. 23, 2006
Today is the worst day of the year.

Jan. 22, 2006
Auctions scorch residents: Late fire dues put deeds in peril and homeowners howl foul.

Jan. 21, 2006
U.S. Sen. Richard Shelby announces $3 million grant for Head Start program in Mobile.

Lying Lawyers: Apparently, it's all in a life's work.

Jan. 20, 2006
Still Morning in America: Reagonomics 25 years later.

Oprah's truth a strange fiction. An emerging pretend reality?

Taking Stock: Thoughts on the decline of the liberal media monopoly and the future of the GOP.

Jan. 18, 2006
The Political Round-Up: Is Sam Cochran coming or going, or somehow, both? The Mobile County Commission: Is counseling in order? The Stouts: Can a political house divided stand? Lambert Mims: The Word on the Long Road. Want to be a judge? Get thee to church, specifically this church.

University of Alabama football coach Mike Shula reads former UMS and Crimson Tide player Nathan Cox's letter from Iraq.

Jan. 16, 2006
One of the state's top political consultants tabs ex-Mobile Mayor Mike Dow as the potential frontrunner in this year's governor's race. Does Dow miss the political limelight? The longtime City Hall head honcho talks about his gubernatorial plans.

Jan. 12, 2006
A political potpourri.

Jan. 11, 2006
Stewart oath of office.

Jan. 10, 2006
Retired U.S. Marine Corps Major General and local banking executive J. Gary Cooper speaks about his post-military life and the career that got him there in the latest issue of  Meridian, the magazine of the National Naval Officers Association.

Jan. 9, 2006
'Broadway Joe' Namath will headline the annual Camp Rap-A-Hope benefit here in March.

Jan. 7, 2006
Wallace, McMillian to address Mobile GOP leaders.

Jan. 6, 2006
Shelby schedules public meeting in Mobile next week.

Jan. 5, 2006
A Mobile attorney confirms his plan to mount a Democratic challenge to an incumbent Mobile County circuit judge.

Jan. 4, 2006
Gov. Bob Riley today filled a vacancy on the Mobile County Circuit Court bench.

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