John Archibald

Alabama Media Group

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John Archibald is a columnist for the Alabama Media Group, which publishes the Birmingham News, Huntsville Times and Mobile Press Register.

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Doug Jones delivers an upset to Roy Moore as both parties look to the midterms

Is Alabama the beginning of a 'blue wave' of wins?

Doug Jones delivers an upset to Roy Moore as both parties look to the midterms

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The 1965 Voting Rights Act paved the way for black voters in states where they'd been denied the franchise, despite the Bill of Rights and the Civil War.

The Voting Rights Act 50 Years Later: Race and the Ballot Box

The 1965 Voting Rights Act paved the way for black voters in states where they'd been denied the franchise, despite the Bill of Rights and the Civil War.

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