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MONTGOMERY — Alabama's new secretary of state announced the state's withdrawal Tuesday from a 32-state voter registration partnership, a data-sharing effort that was designed to maintain accurate voter rolls but has sometimes become the target of conservative ire and conspiracy theories.

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TUSCUMBIA — Members of the Colbert and Lauderdale County boards of registrars counted provisional ballots Tuesday as the process to certify the Nov. 8 general election continues.

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Voters in four states have approved ballot measures that will change their state constitutions to prohibit slavery and involuntary servitude as punishment for crime, while those in a fifth state rejected a flawed version of the question.

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With voting in the midterm election in the rear view mirror, there are still a few details to focus on, such as counting the provisional ballots and certifying the election results.

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MONTGOMERY — The Alabama Legislature has 37 newly elected House and Senate members, a turnover of about 26%, going into the next quadrennium.

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TUSCUMBIA — Kerry Underwood officially resigned as the city's mayor Tuesday night, part of a bittersweet move to the position of State House Representative for District 3.

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FLORENCE — Lauderdale County Commissioner Joe Hackworth secured a third term in office Tuesday with a resounding victory in the District 2 race.

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WASHINGTON (AP) — Control of Congress hung in the balance early Wednesday, with both parties notching victories in some of the most competitive races in a midterm election that centered on voter frustration over high inflation and the sudden rollback of abortion rights.

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TUSCUMBIA — State Rep. Jamie Kiel said he took nothing for granted in his race for a second term as the representative for House District 18 and campaigned up to the last minute, speaking at an event in Tuscumbia Tuesday.

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BIRMINGHAM — Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey easily won a second full term Tuesday against Democrat Yolanda Flowers, the first Black woman to win a major party’s gubernatorial nomination in the state, after surviving both a health scare and multiple Republican challengers in the primary.