- Election 2012
Charles Woodroof sworn in as new probate judge
Woodroof ran unopposed in the Nov. 6 general election after defeating City Municipal Judge Don Mansell in the Republican primary in March.
Brad Curnutt replaces Page as Circuit Court clerk
A standing-room only crowd filled the cramped third-floor courtroom of the Limestone County Courthouse as Curnutt took the oath of office Sunday afternoon.
VIDEO: Obama HQ goes wild during Iowa returns
Supporters of Barack Obama gathered in Chicago react to the news that the president won the state of Iowa.
Obama: 'The best is yet to come'
Obama spoke to thousands of cheering supporters in his hometown of Chicago, praising Romney and declaring his optimism for the next four years.
Alabama's last Democrat in statewide office leaves
74-year-old Lucy Baxley told fellow Democrats Tuesday night that this was her last race.
Roy Moore wins old job as Alabama chief justice
With 96 percent of precincts reporting, Moore had 52 percent of the vote compared with Vance's 48 percent.
Romney concedes defeat
The Republican nominee told supporters he would pray for Barack Obama's success in leading the nation.
UPDATED: Congressman Mo Brooks wins re-election
Congressman Brooks joined Madison County Republican candidates and a crowd of enthusiastic supporters at their victory party at the Space and Rocket Center.
Limestone County goes overwhelmingly for Romney
Limestone County came out in a big way for Republican presidential challenger Mitt Romney and his running mate Paul Ryan, following the statewide trend with Alabama expected to be strongly in the GOP camp.
Brooks beats Holley by wide vote margin
Republican Mo Brooks swept Tuesday’s race to win a second term to the U.S. House of Representatives, representing Alabama’s fifth district.
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