• Stutts may be vulnerable to Morrow in Senate 6 race
Now that the dust has settled on the primaries, allow me to share with you some thoughts on the Alabama political stage.
There is an old saying that says the more things change, the more they stay the same. This old adage is true in Alabama politics.
First of all, “All politics is local.” In the June 5 primary, the turnout was about 25 percent on the average around the state. However, the ultimate voter turnout was 27 percent due to local races.
See complete story in the Journal Record.