Birmingham Mayoral Elections 2013 Mayor Candidates
Birmingham City Council Candidates Elections 2013Keith Rice - District 1
Kim Raffety - District 2., is the only conservative candidate that can win.
Gerri Robinson - District 8
Green Collier School Board District 1
Birmingham Mayoral Candidates Elections 2013Birmingham will elect a Mayor on August 27, 2013. Signs have sprouted downtown promoting incumbent William Bell for mayor in the Aug. 23 election, but former candidates and professional political observers said an abbreviated term, the challenge of fund raising and a short campaign season will preclude serious challengers from seeking the office. They expect something nearly unheard of in Birmingham city politics -- a quiet campaign season.
Candidates for Birmingham Mayoral Race 2013 AlabamaCandidates for Mayor of Birmingham are: Mayor William Bell,
Mayor William Bell has made official his intentions to seek another two years at City Hall.
Birmingham Election for Mayor 2013 Information and Conservative RecommendationThe contest will be called on Friday by the city's election commission, officially beginning the season to qualify. Candidates have until Aug. 12 to register.
The next election is for an abbreviated two-year term ending in 2013, when a new combined mayor-and-council election cycle begins. It's then, not this summer, that Bell could face a real challenge, several said.
Mayor William Bell has done a creditable job, and has tried to do the right thing concerning fiscal responsibility.
Comments about Mayor William Bell
Previous Birmingham Mayoral Election 2010Birmingham voters have made their choices on December 8, and have voted . In the 2010 January 19 Runoff, voters now get to choose between Patrick Cooper and William Bell.
Vote Tuesday, January 19
The better of the 2 is, appears to be William Bell.
Patrick Cooper and the Gay community have embraced each other.
In Jefferson County, the greatest disappointment has been Betty Fine Collins. She started out as a solid conservative. With years of power, her brain got adversely effected. With her major decision to give the control of the county to the liberal Democrats, financial irresponsibility continues. There is one thing that is just as bad as a liberal Obama Democrat, that is a RINO Republican that goes along with the corruption and power of the Democrats.
14 choices for Mayor of Birmingham, in the December 8, 2009 election.
On Tuesday, December 8, Birmingham voters in the polls to elect a Mayor for the unexpired term of former Mayor Larry P. Langford. The image of our city has been tarnished by scandals. The financial standing has been damaged by wild spending. The morale of our city is low.
Birmingham candidates for Mayor are:
Birmingham City Council Elections - Run Off October 6 - 2009Vote in Conservative Birmingham City Council Elections Run off on October 6
Recommended Choices for October 6:
District 2 City Council Kim Rafferty
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Vote NO to all incumbent Birmingham City Council MembersOn all nine races, we recommend that you vote AGAINST the incumbents. The Birmingham City Council has failed to watch out for the taxpayers and has failed to address the real issues facing the City of Birmingham. Thus, on Tuesday, August 25, send home all nine incumbent council members.
They have all failed you. They have failed to speak out against Larry Langford.
Vote Yes for these City Council Challengers on August 25, 2009District One: - Betty Cannon Corona
District Two: - Kim Rafferty
District Three: - Wil Jones
Dist 4 Earnest J Lumpkin, III
Dist 5 Brandon Davis
Dist 6 Samuel Edward Wiggins
Dist 7 Willie Florence
Dist 1 Tyrone Belcher
Vote against all incumbents, in many cases it is the lesser of 2 evils. The incumbent is a proven failure., and in many cases a real disaster.
Former Mayor Richard Arrington is the latest high profile political figure making recorded endorsements of City Council candidates with days left before the election.
Arrington's recorded telephone messages endorse District 8 challenger Gerri Robinson and District 5 candidate Charlie L. Williams in Tuesday's election.
Mayor Larry Langford is making phone calls in support of District 8 candidate Gerri Robinson and denounces incumbent Steven Hoyt for not supporting the mayor's agenda.
Vote No to Pro Gay Birmingham City Council on August 25This is the pro gay slate, vote for anybody but them:
Radical Homosexual extremist group Stonewall Democrats list of endorsed candidates for the upcoming Birmingham City Election August 25th are as follows:
GAY ENDORSED CANDIDATES FOR BIRMINGHAM CITY ELECTIONS:
CITY COUNCIL DISTRICT 2 CAROL DUNCAN
CITY COUNCIL DISTRICT 3 HOWARD BAYLESS
CITY COUNCIL DISTRICT 5 JOHNATHAN AUSTIN
BOARD OF EDUCATION DISTRICT 3 ELISA BURNS MACON
Vote Yes to Conservative Kim Rafferty - Birmingham City Council
The City of Birmingham, Alabama is suffering for need of just ONE voice of sanity in city government. The current administration is accelerating taxing and spending to a new level. Despite predictions of an insurmountable debt, the Birmingham City Council continues to pass cockamamie schemes like the Dome Stadium.
Birmingham's City Council just needs ONE sane voice to ask the tough questions that no one is asking right now. We have an opportunity to elect that ONE sane voice and our candidate is Kim Rafferty. http://kimrafferty.com
Kim Raffery is not a politician, but a faithful Christian and fifth-generation resident of Roebuck who has long prayed for her city and now believes that she needs to offer herself for City Council District #2. Kim Rafferty has no political ambitions, but simply wants to serve her community and fight for honest and responsible government for Birmingham. Kim Rafferty is just a concerned citizen who is a volunteer in her neighborhood and feels that someone needs to stand up and speak with a voice of sanity.
Kim Rafferty's opponent is Carol Reynolds-Duncan who
You can help shine the light on the cockroach nests in City Hall by a donation to Elect Kim Rafferty. Even a modest gift of $10 will help in this crucial time. City vendors and special interest groups will not be funding Kim Rafferty, so I am asking you to give something-- any effort will help.
Regardless of your residence, all of Alabama will suffer if Birmingham sinks into the abyss.
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