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Alabama: Montiel appeals to Alabama Supreme Court

AP reports: A Republican attorney who tried to kick four powerful Democratic state senators off of Tuesday's ballot said he will keep pursuing his lawsuit after the election.

Mark Montiel, a former Republican candidate for attorney general, filed a suit in Autauga County before the general election that sought to remove Senate President Pro Tem Lowell Barron of Fyffe, Senate Majority Leader Zeb Little of Cullman, and Senate budget committee Chairmen Hank Sanders of Selma and Roger Bedford of Russellville. -- Four senators' case appealed to Alabama Supreme Court | TimesDaily.com | Times Daily | Florence, AL

Comment: There was a story on Friday saying that Montiel would appeal.

Disclosure: I am working with the Democratic Party attorneys in opposing this suit.

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