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June 4, 1998 | From Associated Press
The runoff campaign for the Republican nomination for governor, a contest between the party's right and moderate wings, got off to a nasty start Wednesday with the candidates calling each other a dancing monkey and a fat monkey. Gov. Forrest "Fob" James Jr.
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June 4, 1998 | From Associated Press
The runoff campaign for the Republican nomination for governor, a contest between the party's right and moderate wings, got off to a nasty start Wednesday with the candidates calling each other a dancing monkey and a fat monkey. Gov. Forrest "Fob" James Jr.
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October 3, 1992 | ERIC HARRISON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The question being debated in Alabama's news media these days is whether the governor is a crook or just plain dumb. "Dumb, at least," was the answer proffered by the editorial page of the Birmingham News recently, while a columnist for the same paper asked whether "desperate" should also be added. Gov. Guy Hunt is being investigated by a grand jury for possible ethics violations.
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October 3, 1992 | ERIC HARRISON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The question being debated in Alabama's news media these days is whether the governor is a crook or just plain dumb. "Dumb, at least," was the answer proffered by the editorial page of the Birmingham News recently, while a columnist for the same paper asked whether "desperate" should also be added. Gov. Guy Hunt is being investigated by a grand jury for possible ethics violations.
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August 16, 1986 | From the Washington Post
Alabama Democratic Party officials awarded the party's gubernatorial nomination Friday to Lt. Gov. Bill Baxley, loser of a June runoff election, ruling that illegal Republican votes had robbed him of victory. State Atty. Gen. Charles Graddick, a former Republican who received 8,756 more runoff votes than Baxley, angrily vowed to appeal the decision made by a specially appointed committee.
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