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Attorney General Steve Marshall has out-raised and out-spent his three rivals so far in May as he seeks the Republican nomination to run for a full term in the office. Read more.
Fueled by hefty contributions from political action committees, incumbent Steve Marshall and former Attorney General Troy King drew in hundreds of thousands of dollars during April for their campaigns for the Republican nomination for attorney general.
The two hold substantial fundraising advantages over two other candidates in the GOP primary, former U.S. attorney Alice Martin and Birmingham lawyer Chris Bedsole.
Two Democrats running for their party’s nomination, James S. “Chris” Christie and Joseph Jay Siegelman, each brought in smaller amounts of campaign cash. Read more.
Contributions of $5,000 and up to candidates in the Democratic and Republican primaries for attorney general. Read more.
Incumbent Steve Marshall has raised $629,185 in his bid to win a full term as Alabama’s attorney general, according to his latest financial disclosure report.
Marshall faces two former prosecutors, Troy King and Alice Martin, in the June 5 Republican primary. Birmingham lawyer Chess Bedsole rounds out the field of candidates for the GOP nomination. On the Democratic side, Birmingham attorneys James S. “Chris” Christie Jr. and Joseph Jay Siegelman are vying for the nomination. Read more.