Find API’s candidate questionnaires, our Guide to the Issues on the proposed constitutional amendments, and our op-eds on this election cycle here.

Candidate Questionnaires 

Governor

Governor Kay Ivey (R)https://www.alabamapolicy.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/05/KAY-IVEY-Gubernatorial-Candidate-Questionnaire.pdf

Mayor Walt Maddox (D)https://www.alabamapolicy.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/05/API-Yellowhammer-News-Questionnaire-Maddox.pdf

Lieutenant Governor

Will Ainsworth (R)https://www.alabamapolicy.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/05/2018-Lieutenant-Governor-Questionnaire_Ainsworth-FINAL.pdf

Will Boyd (D)https://www.alabamapolicy.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/05/BOYD.pdf

Attorney General

Steve Marshall (R)https://www.alabamapolicy.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/05/Attorney-General-Questionnaire-2018-AG-Steve-Marshall.pdf

Joe Siegelman (D): Declined questionnaire

State Legislators

Some state legislators elected to answer API’s questionnaires. You can find all the legislative questionnaires we received by clicking HERE.

Constitutional Amendments:

Guide to the Issues

2018 Proposed Constitutional Amendments:

Click here to learn more

 

2018 Elections: API’s take

Vote “Yes” on Amendment Two

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API urges “Yes” vote on Amendment Two on evening news

Should the progressive movement become pro-life?

Alabama must vote yes on Proposed Statewide Amendment Two

Why vote in state elections?

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State elections matter more than most think

Our Elected Officials, a Mirror of Ourselves


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