Political Note #513 Georgia, South Carolina, Alabama, Mississippi, Tennessee, and Kentucky elections

Check out the website: https://lenspoliticalnotes.com  Look at the recent Political Notes and Len’s Letters on the website:  October 13th   , 2022          Political Note #513 Georgia, South Carolina, Alabama, Mississippi, Tennessee, and Kentucky elections 2022                          General Election This is the South.  Except for Georgia which is some kind of mixture of the South and an industrial state. Except for Tennessee and Kentucky which are border states.  South Carolina, Alabama, and Mississippi really are the South. Together, these states. Altogether, these states, which have a total population about half way between Texas and California, have 12 Senators to Texas’s 2.  Here is…

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103120 Lens Letters #33 What should the Democrats do about the Federal Courts?

Joe Biden’s Commission should propose an expansion of the District Courts and the Circuit Courts of Appeals.

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Political Note #332 The Campaign for the Senate

Can Democrats complete this cycle with a 56-44 US Senate majority?

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Len’s Letters #30 Male Candidates for Whom Donations Could Make A Difference

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Political Note #189 Doug Jones AL US Senate

You might think the Civil Rights Movement was over by 1992. Not in Alabama. Five months after taking office as US Attorney, Doug Jon. s received national attention when a bomb exploded at a Birmingham women’s health clinic, killing a police officer and maiming a nurse. As US Attorney, he coordinated the task force (the FBI, local police, and other law enforcement) that led to Eric Rudolf’s capture and guilty plea to several bombings. The Birmingham bombing, the Atlanta Olympic bombing, and others. Specially authorized to act in state court, US Attorney Doug Jones was the successful prosecutor of the remaining perpetrator who could be brought to trial for the 1963 bombing of the 16th Street Baptist Church in Birmingham. Four young black girls had been killed. Jones brought the Ku Klux Klansman back to Alabama from Texas, tried him, and convicted him for killing those four girls.

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Political Note #32 Doug Jones AL US Senate

Doug Jones is a distinguished attorney in Birmingham. His practice includes white collar criminal litigation and civil litigation. Since 2004 he has served as the appointed master for the environmental clean up of PCB’s in the Anniston, Alabama area. Five months after taking office as US Attorney under President Bill Clinton, Doug Jones received national attention when a bomb exploded at a Birmingham women’s health clinic, killing a police officer and maiming a nurse. While he was US Attorney, he coordinated the task force (the FBI, local police, and other law enforcement) that eventually led to Eric Rudolf being captured and pleading guilty... . Jone has prosecuted murderers who opposed the Civil Rights movement and murderers who opposed the women's rights movement.

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