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Who’s In and Who’s Out in Alabama’s 2nd Congressional District (Guest: Montgomery Mayor Steven Reed)

Josh and David open with a discussion of the candidates running — and not running — for Alabama’s revamped 2nd Congressional District.

In the guest segment, Montgomery Mayor Steven Reed zooms in to discuss his new book, “First, Best: Lessons in Leadership and Legacy from Today’s Civil Rights Movement,” and whether he plans to run for the 2nd Congressional District.

We close with this week’s Rightwing Nut of the Week, Sen. Tommy Tuberville, and his ongoing attempts to block military confirmations and the Republican backlash to it.

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About APW:

APW is a weekly Alabama political podcast hosted by Josh Moon and David Person, two longtime Alabama political journalists. More information is available on our website. Listen anywhere you get your podcasts. Follow us on Twitter and Facebook.

Music credits:

Music courtesy of Mr. Smith via the Free Music Archive. Visit Mr. Smith’s page here.

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