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Wednesday, June 7, 2006
Moore/Parker Slate Loses in Bid for SC
By Dr. Steven Taylor @ 6:21 am

All of the candidates for state Supreme Court who were allied with Moore and Associate Justice Tom Parker lost (including Parker’s bid to become Chief), Incumbents win four Alabama Supreme Court races:

_Chief Justice Drayton Nabers Jr. beat Associate Justice Tom Parker 215,809-144,085 votes, or 60 percent to 40 percent, for the top administrative position in Alabama’s court system. Parker is a close ally of ousted Chief Justice Roy Moore, who lost his GOP primary race against Gov. Bob Riley by similar margin.

_In the race for Place 1, Associate Justice Champ Lyons defeated Opelika attorney Ben Hand 188,011-130,716, or 59 percent to 41 percent.

_Associate Justice Tom Woodall led Hank Fowler, a staff attorney for Parker, 221,355 votes to 89,484, or 71 percent to 29 percent, for Place 2.

_Place 3 Associate Justice Lyn Stuart lead Alan Zeigler, a Birmingham attorney, 229,955-95,718, or 71 percent to 29 percent.

_Civil Appeals Judge Glenn Murdock had 194,324 votes, or 62 percent — more than enough to avoid a runoff in the three-way race for Place 4. Former Associate Justice Jean Brown had 81,616 votes, or 26 percent, and Prattville attorney Tracy Gwyn BirdSong trailed with 39,595 votes, or 13 percent.

Of course, the fun part is that Parker still has two years left on the Court as an Associate Justice:

Parker will remain on the court in his associate justice slot, and Nabers said the nature of their working relationship after a tough campaign was “a good question.”

“I can promise the citizens that the Alabama Supreme Court will get its work done and get it done on time,” said Nabers.

Parker pledged to both support the Republican judicial ticket in the fall and work with Nabers and other members of the court. “We will work together to work through our differences,” he said.

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  1. “God’s will has been done,” Moore told supporters in Gadsden.

    Did anyone else shudder involuntarily when they read that? What kind of a person thinks like that? That’s just weird.

    Comment by LaurenceB — Wednesday, June 7, 2006 @ 9:02 am

  2. Yup. I saw some of his early comments live, and he was talking like that all night.

    I asked my wife if the man wanted to be a preacher, or governor.

    Comment by Dr. Steven Taylor — Wednesday, June 7, 2006 @ 9:39 am

  3. With Guy Hunt, didn’t we get both? hehe.

    Comment by Mark — Wednesday, June 7, 2006 @ 10:43 am

  4. […] race, click here. Here’s Dr. Steven Taylor, on the same race in California, and on Alabama Judicial and Gubernatorial races. Jo, of Jo’s Cafe has this on Alabama’s Marriage Amendm […]

    Pingback by Pros and Cons » Alabama had primary elections today. — Wednesday, June 7, 2006 @ 2:13 pm

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