The deadline to apply for an absentee ballot in the upcoming municipal election is Thursday, Aug. 20.
Level Plains Councilmember James Bullinger is seeking re-election to the city council on Aug. 25. Bullinger was first appointed to the council by Gov. Bob Riley in 2006 to fill a vacancy when Level Plains’ mayor and council resigned en masse.
Alicia “Jo” Reese is seeking election to the Daleville City Council.
When a vacancy became available on the council in 2018, the councilmembers showed their confidence in her by unanimously voting to appoint her to fill an unexpired term left open by the resignation of a councilman.
The Enterprise Chamber of Commerce Government Relations Council is taking its signature Peanuts and Politics event to the web. On Tuesday, Aug. 11, Peanuts and Politics will be recorded in a virtual format and shared through the Chamber’s digital media outlets.
Councilwoman Sonya Wheeler Rich is seeking her first elected term as a representative for the Enterprise City Council, District 1, in the upcoming Enterprise municipal election in August.
The Republican Party voters in Coffee County followed the statewide choices for Second Congressional District United States Representative and United States Senator.
Barry Moore and Tommy Tuberville are the choice of the nearly 25 percent of the Coffee County Republican voters who went to the polls in the Republican Party runoff election Tuesday, July 14.
Political races for one Coffee County Board of Education and one state representative seat were decided when 46.84 percent of Coffee County registered voters went to the polls Nov. 6.
Twenty candidates for national, state and Coffee County elected offices shared their platforms with Enterprise voters during the “Peanuts and Politics 2018” meeting sponsored by the Enterprise Chamber of Commerce Legislative Committee April 26.
A little more than 17 percent—5.605—of the 32,525 registered voters in Coffee County went to the polls or voted absentee ballots in the special primary election for United States Senator held Aug.15.
How and when to fill the vacancy on the Enterprise City Council created when District 1 Councilman William “Bill” Cooper was appointed Mayor of Enterprise was decided at the Enterprise City Council meeting May 15.
With two returning members and three newly elected members, the Enterprise City Council was sworn in to office by Circuit Judge Jeff Kelley at an organizational meeting Monday, Nov. 7.
Alabama Secretary of State John Merrill was among those attending the official grand opening and ribbon cutting for the Coffee County Republican Party Headquarters on Main Street in Enterprise Sept. 8.
Claudia Wigglesworth is seeking re-election to the office of mayor. She says, “Daleville deserves a strong, proven leader.” She encourages citizens to “Check out the amazing progress of the past four years on Facebook at Claudia Wigglesworth Mayor of Daleville.”
Five incumbent city officials have qualified for election in advance of the July 19 deadline for the New Brockton municipal general election to be held on Tuesday, Aug. 23.
Turner Townsend announces his candidacy for Enterprise City Council in District 5. Townsend is perhaps best known throughout the region as co-owner of his family business, Townsend Building Supply, an Enterprise-based company that was started in 1944 and employs approximately 90 individuals throughout its Wiregrass footprint in seven locations.
Eugene Goolsby announced in October of 2015 his interest in seeking the District 2 city council seat in the Aug. 23 municipal election. This will be Goolsby’s first time to pursue a political office.
“A mess” is how Dale County Commission Chairman Mark Blankenship described a situation that has caused some municipalities to think that the county is in the voting machine rental business.
Jim Thompson announces his candidacy for the District 6 seat of the Coffee County Commission. A lifelong resident of Coffee County, he can and has made a positive impact in county government. His experience as a progressive commissioner for 12 years is proof of what he will do if elected.
Alabama’s 67 probate judges were never involved in the federal decision about same-sex marriage and the law is clear.
That was the message Alabama Supreme Court Chief Justice Roy Moore brought to those attending the Republican Party dinner meeting in Enterprise Monday evening.
Secretary of State Beth Chapman is warning voters about untrue reports on Facebook and email messages regarding the need to "re-register" to v…