Birmingham News: Democratic backers such as trial-lawyer groups have given up on partisan elections for the statewide offices (Republicans hold eight of the nine seats), and are now just trying to hijack Republican primaries, using loopholes in state campaign disclosure laws to avoid revealing their identity until long later. They did succeed in electing Tom Parker to the bench.
Trial lawyers now funding Republican candidates for Alabama Supreme Court
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