MONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP) — A judge says a lawsuit filed by the longtime chair of the Alabama Democratic Party challenging a newly elected leader can continue, at least for now.
Montgomery Circuit Judge Greg Griffin said Thursday he will wait for a decision by the Alabama Supreme Court before deciding whether to dismiss the lawsuit filed by party chair Nancy Worley.
The justices are currently considering an earlier appeal in the dispute. State Rep. Chris England and Worley each claim to be the properly elected state party chair.
The Democratic National Committee recognizes England, but Worley claims his election was illegitimate.
- Suspect accused of shooting GA deputy captured in Alabama
- 21 people shot, one killed at outdoor gathering in Southeast D.C.
- For pandemic jobless, the only real certainty is uncertainty
- Update: Tuscaloosa man shot and killed his wife
- Kodak announces ‘special committee’ to review recent conduct