WBHM 2014 Fall Fund Drive

Fall 2014 Fund Drive

Thank you to everyone who contributed during the Fall 2014 Fund Drive helping us reach our goal of $250,000! You make the difference for public radio in North Central Alabama!

Parker Griffith: Alabama's Democratic Gubernatorial Candidate

Parker Griffith: Alabama's Democratic Gubernatorial Candidate

Parker Griffith is a former congressman and state law maker as well as a retired physician. He's also the Democratic gubernatorial candidate facing incumbent Governor Robert Bentley on November 4th. WBHM's Sarah Delia spoke with Griffith about his campaign.

John Archibald: Don't Despair about Political Corruption

John Archibald: Don't Despair about Political Corruption

Corruption seems to be gaining the spotlight in Alabama politics after being dormant for a few years. That's thanks to the indictment of Alabama House Speaker Mike Hubbard on 23 corruption charges. He's the latest in a long line of politicians wrapped up in corruption cases. But Alabama Media Group columnist John Archibald says don't despair.

A Guide to Alabama's 2014 Constitutional Amendments

A Guide to Alabama's 2014 Constitutional Amendments

When voters head to the ballot box next week, they won't just be voting for governor, attorney general and other statewide offices. They'll also vote on five statewide constitutional amendments. WBHM's Andrew Yeager spoke with Anniston Star reporter Tim Lockette about the amendments.

The Races for Alabama's Sixth Congressional District

The Races for Alabama's Sixth Congressional District

As Alabama voters pick their members of Congress at the polls next week, only residents of the sixth congressional district will be guaranteed to have new representation. Long-time Congressman Spencer Bachus is retiring from the district that covers suburban Birmingham. The fight for Alabama's only open seat is heating up.

Representative Spencer Bachus Reflects On His Time In Congress

Representative Spencer Bachus Reflects On His Time In Congress

A fixture on the Alabama political scene will soon be no longer. Spencer Bachus has served in Congress since 1993. But this year the Vestavia Hills Republican is retiring. He's one of 24 incumbents to step down this term.Congressman Bachus spoke to WBHM's Sarah Delia about his time in Washington. He started off by explaining why he decided to retire.

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