You can't take a kid from north Alabama and growing up in church - some of that is just gonna seep out.
Don Siegelman should be a star in the Democratic Party. Instead, he's a former elected official sentenced to prison by a right-wing judge in Alabama.
Alabama is better than to depend on gambling to fund its government.
I can assure the people of Alabama I have never done anything illegal.
Raising property taxes in Alabama is never going to happen. The people are never going to vote for that. I don't like property taxes, either.
I am concerned about the plight of the working poor... If doctors are not paid for seeing those patients, doctors will not go to rural Alabama because you can't expect a doctor to go to rural Alabama and lose money.
Nobody is going to come into Alabama to buy lottery tickets. The only people that are going to buy them here are those that live here, and that's just a certain percentage of people.
As your Governor, I will not stand complicit to a policy that places the citizens of Alabama in harm's way.
I don't think anyone can accept us being 51st in the country dealing with fourth-grade math scores and reading scores in the fourth and sixth grades that are close to the bottom. That's not acceptable. It's not acceptable to the people of Alabama.
I agree with 81 percent of the people of Alabama who believe that marriage is between one man and one woman.
I have to uphold not only the constitution of Alabama, but I swore to uphold the Constitution of the United States, and we will uphold the law of the United States.
I am committed to finding new revenue so that state agencies, like the Alabama Law Enforcement Agency, can continue to provide essential public safety departments to Alabamians.
We're really not going to get that much money out of a lottery for a small state like Alabama.
My family is from a tiny town in Alabama. So all I wanted to do was get out of this town.
I went to Alabama, so I'm still very devoted to Alabama football and the SEC.
My father marched in Selma. My father was there in Alabama. That's where I was born. My birth certificate says 'colored.' It does not say I'm African-American or black. So for me, those are real realities that are not subject to opinion.
We hunt in Florida, where I live in Jay. I hunt in Alabama a little bit, on my uncle's land. I go to Illinois and hunt with some friends up there. I hunt in Mississippi and Missouri.
With 'Selma,' I grew up in Alabama, 45 minutes away from Selma. I have gone to that commemorative march many times with my parents.
I grew up in Alabama in a very small town and didn't have access to the finest of anything, really. But my mother was the kind of woman who just wanted us, me and my sisters, to be exposed to any and anything she could find.
The repeal of racist language in the Constitution of Alabama was and still is a necessary step in the state's ability to progress.
We have built a genuine level of enthusiasm and goodwill with people throughout this district. People are really excited about the possibilities this election holds, not just for this district, but because of the message Alabama sent to the rest of the country.