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Oct. 31, 2012
​Obama and Romney in exceedingly close race, poll finds.

Inside the Statehouse with Steve FlowersNo need for Electoral College. 

Desperate times, desperate tactics.

Mitt Romney set to win, maybe by a mile: Republican momentum makes Obama desperate.

Prosecutor sued for withholding evidence, keeping man in prison for 25 years

Oct. 30, 2012
WaPo-ABC track: All tied up at 49 percent.

Vance raises, spends more than Moore in chief justice race during last reporting period.

Decatur Daily: Vote 'yes' on Amendments 9, 10; 'no' on 11.

State Sen. Hank Sanders: A well-laid plan.

Oct. 29, 2012
Obama's independent problem.

The Monday Hot Blast: Your guide to politics and punditry.

Oct. 28, 2012
​The Real Deal: The Palladian at Fairhope; The Gulf at Perdido Pass to open; Opal sale; Bill's by the Beach; At the car wash; Lots of leasing in downtown Mobile. By Kathy Jumper.

Ohio, the Bull’s-eye State: Obama, Romney aim full arsenals at vital electoral prize.

GOP a lock to retain control of House.

New York Times calls for Barack Obama's re-election.

Montgomery AdvertiserObama for Alabama.

Montgomery Advertiser: Our recommendations on all 12 amendments.

The real truth about Amendment 8.

Decatur Daily: Vote 'yes' on Amendments 14 and 8

Goldwater Institute pushes for states' rights, aids Alabama in wording of two amendments.

Benghazi: Death watch.

Oct. 27, 2012
Romney, Obama could split popular and electoral college vote, polls suggest.

The 10 Commandments judge wants his judge back.

Memo from the boss: Vote this way.

Alabama leaders support push for electric cars.

Oct. 26, 2012
When Americans saw the real Obama: Why the Denver debate changed everything.

Washington PostMore Obama.

Dothan Eagle: Considering Nov. 6 amendments.

Anniston Star: Clutter in the state Constitution: Some of the Nov. 6 amendments deserve to be passed.

Decatur Daily: Vote 'no' on Amendment 6.

Florence Times Daily: vote 'yes' on Amendment 4. 

Oct. 25, 2012
Electoral college scoreboard.

As key Senate races get tighter, Republicans' hopes rise.

Why Romney doesn't need a poll lead in Ohio.

Gov. Bentley rejects open records request.

Gadsden TimesRacist language needs to be eliminated.

Gary Palmer and Cameron Smith: Get behind legislative pay amendment.

beer boom for Alabama: Entrepreneurs should take advantage of opportunities for craft breweries.

​Alabama GOP budget writers avoid mid-year cuts.

Ed KleinBill Clinton 'urging' Hillary to release Benghazi documents that would 'exonerate' her and destroy Obama's re-election chances.

The coming wave that will pop the liberal bubble.

The Electoral College dissected.

Oct. 24, 2012
Candidates reveal their strategies for the home stretch.

Inside the Statehouse with Steve Flowers: State’s congressional delegation won’t change.

BP wants court to approve oil deal despite objections.

A big world, ignored: The globe on Monday’s debate stage was pretty small.

Butler wins District 30 primary.

State Sen. Hank Sanders: Like Lazarus, Obama arises.

Bentley's office says it won't disclose planned cuts if $437 million referendum had not passed.

Benghazi bamboozle.

'It really helps to have the brother of the vice president as your business partner.' 

Is newly appointed Libya investigator an Islamist sympathizer?

Oct. 23, 2012
Washington PostWinners and losers from the final presidential debate.

New York Times: The final debate. ​

Will foreclosure abuses ever end?

Oct. 22, 2012
The Monday Hot Blast: Your guide to politics and punditry.

Editorial: Legislative pay proposal is reasonable.

GM is alive in Defiance, Ohio. But Obama’s hopes here may not be.

Religiously unaffiliated less likely to vote.

Los Angeles Times: Let's re-elect Obama. 

Washington Post: Around the world, perceptions of Obama/Romney lag reality.

Saving Stockton.

Poarch Band of Creek Indians give to GOP group while it helps former Gov. Bob Riley.

Oct. 21, 2012
The Real Deal: Wet & wild in Gulf Shores; Horton hears a who's buying houses; PNC Bank expanding downtown;
Southern Grind. By Kathy Jumper.

Gov. Robert Bentley: ‘Yes’ vote on amendment will create jobs.

Will Obama debate win create 'bump' in polls?

Exclusive: Tracking gambling money - Were Poarch Creek funds used to battle electronic bingo bill?

Amendments would take obsolete elements out of the Alabama Constitution.


Oct. 20, 2012
Montgomery Advertiser: Vance vastly better choice than Roy Moore.

Repealing ObamaCare: GOP fantasy or near-certainty?

Alabama sees growth in craft beer industry.

Oct. 19, 2012
Campaigns see Latino voters as deciding factor in three key states.

Romney winning white vote -- by a lot.

Florence Times DailyLives are on the line.

Oct. 18, 2012
Obama and Romney (heart) women. Who (hearts) them more?

Alabama posts extraordinary gains on fourth grade reading scores.

Poarch Creeks stop construction on planned 20-story hotel/casino in Wetumpka.

Bronner wary of Bentley’s incentive plan.

The Political Round-Up.

Young Alabama conservative group endorses Amendment Six allowing residents to opt out of Obama's Affordable Health Care Act. 

Oct. 17, 2012
Washington Post: With stakes high, Obama strikes back.

Obama not so nice the second time around.

Inside the Statehouse with Steve Flowers: Changes to state retirement system a blessing for taxpayers. 

University of Colorado study says 77 percent likelihood that Romney wins popular vote. 

Romney looking strong.

Ambassador J. Gary Cooper's life of purpose.

Young voters suffering Obama fatigue.

Oct. 16, 2012
Obama/Romney: It's debatable.

Obama Justice Department playing politics with BP oil spill money?​

McManus: What the undecided voters want.

The 'Arizonafication' of America.

State team investigating grade change charges.

19-year-old elected to city council.

Alabama among best places to be a doctor.

Hatch, Sessions' letter to treasury secretary.

Oct. 15, 2012
Which millionaire are you voting for?

College students less excited about election: Fewer involved in campaigns or even plan to vote this year.

risky lifeline for seniors is costing some their homes.

Washington Post: How Obama bungled the Syrian revolution.

Presidential contest tight nationally ahead of second debate.

Tuscaloosa News: Spay, neuter proposal made no sense.

Oct. 14, 2012
The Real Deal. By Kathy Jumper.

Lucy Baxley: The last Democrat.

Oct. 13, 2012
The Political Round-Up: Super Saturday; A no fireworks budget.​

State to offer retirement incentives: Gov. Robert Bentley will provide details about plan at news conference on Monday.

Romney tries to bury Obama in ads.

Five myths about political polls.

Artur DavisAlberto Gonzales have speaking engagements in Alabama next week.

Virginia's 'together and unequal' school standards.

Klein: Clinton-Obama rift intensifies after Libya, Obama’s debate performance.

Oct. 12, 2012
This Week in Washington with U.S. Rep. Jo Bonner.​

The EU wins the Nobel Peace Prize -- is this a joke?

Panetta warns of dire threat of cyber attack on U.S.

The Ryan-Biden Show: Good TV but dull debate.

Oct. 11, 2012
Voters give Romney better grades for leadership, polls in three states find.

Romney shifts to more moderate stances on taxes, immigration, health care, education

Washington Post: Marketplace turning from coal.

Oct. 10, 2012
Obama two-faced on hurricane relief. By Quin Hillyer.

Oct. 9, 2012
The Political Round-Up.

Daily swing states tracking poll.

With new vigor, Romney on move in Ohio.

New York Times: In search of answers from Mr. Romney.

Buying the election? By Joe Nocera.

Doctors' group opposes new medical school at Auburn.

Tuscaloosa News: All motives are political when redistricting.

In second term, would Obama allow UN to tax Americans?

Oct. 8,  2012
Pew Poll: Romney with four-point lead among likely voters.

Electoral college model predicts even bigger Romney win than previously projected.

Bentley: A vote for jobs.

Anniston Star: Wielding power in Montgomery.

The Monday Hot Blast, Your guide to politics and punditry.

Romney, in Florida, says Obama team making ‘excuses’ after debate.

Obama chides Romney on taxes, but acknowledges that he debated poorly.

Gadsden Times: Sharpton to protest.

Oct. 7, 2010 
GOP targets county positions: Party will focus on about 20 counties.

With Biden up next to debate, Obama’s aides plot comeback.

Concern over BP money: Officials worried funds won't go to Gulf Coast.

Decatur Daily: Yes, we are better off now.

Tuscaloosa News: Obama must do more than just show up for debates.

​Error and fraud at issue as absentee voting rises.

The other side of the fracking fight.

Five myths about Latino voters.

Oct. 6, 2010
The Real Deal. By Kathy Jumper.

Romney claims of bipartisanship face challenge.

Shaky ground for fracking: More scientific evidence for those trying to protect the Talladega forest.

Moving toward repayment.

Oct. 5, 2012
​Obama plans to change approach before next presidential debate with Romney.

Anniston Star: Sometimes Moore is less.

State senator switches to GOP, says national Democrats too liberal.

Lawmakers take first step to repay $437 million to Alabama Trust Fund.

Orr asks good question.

Oct. 4, 2012
Winners and losers from first presidential debate.

Aggressive Romney forces Obama to defend record.

Oct. 3, 2012
Company wins $10.2 million grant to provide rural cell phone service

prime time chance for candidates to discuss the future.

What's at stake in the first debate? 

Prosperity in swing states may be key in presidential race.

Oct. 2, 2012
House: U.S. Embassy in Libya asked for extra security, request denied.

Alabama parties send helpers to get swing state votes.

Paul Ryan's budget flimflam.

Accusations 'not accurate,' Fielding says: Democrats allege state senator switching to Republican.

Internet tax to the rescue.

Mr. Romney's government handout.

The South's enduring conservatism.

Oct. 1, 2012
Obama, Romney in tight race nationally as first debate looms.

The Monday Hot Blast: Your guide to politics and punditry.

Using BP pay out to shape the future.

50 years after integration, Ole Miss grapples with history.

Jim Bennett's 50 years around government.


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