(WAFF) - Despite the fact that just about every city and town in the North Alabama are holding elections on Tuesday, our news partners at the Decatur Daily say some candidates are fear there will be low turnout this August. Simply because they're not many hotly contested races.
A cold front moved through on Sunday, and drier air continues pushing into the Valley. That is allowing for a cooler start to the day, and some patchy fog is possible. The fog could be locally dense especially near rivers/lakes or in the valleys of northeastern AL.
GOP officials insist presidential nominee Donald Trump is finally hitting his stride and will catch up with Democrat Hillary Clinton by around Labor Day. Clinton campaign officials dismissed the idea of a changed Trump as nonsense.
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