CLICK THE ABOVE LINK and see the scanned image of Darby's actual campaign push card. The stories written by journalists for controlled or mainstream media - journalists of dubious ethical standards - were often examples of yellow journalism. Such stories, especially by the writers for Associated Press and newspapers in Alabama owned by Gannett, Newhouse News, and New York Times rarely or never mentioned any planks in Darby's platform.
From Evergreen Courant, Thurs., 1 Feb 2007
Conecuh Sons Members of First Families of Alabama
Racial Gerrymandering in Alabama Must End
Darby believes that Alabama's laws governing the senate districts are nonsensical.
Gerrymandering, even splitting up some counties to make them part of several senate districts, just
doesn't make sense. Why should a county be represented by a senator who lives several counties away?
Much taxpayer money has been wasted over the years as politicians fight turf battles that often end up in
federal court. These unfair laws do not reflect Alabama's growing population, and have led to an erosion
of your representation in the legislative branch. Darby supports increasing your representation in
government by adopting a policy of one senator for each county and one state representative for every