By Brandon Moseley
Alabama Political Reporter
Former Attorney General Troy King qualified for a return trip to Montgomery for a second term as Alabama’s attorney general on Thursday.
King qualified in his hometown of Elba, Alabama. King signed his qualification papers in front of crowd of approximately 100 supporters.
Referring to the culture of corruption that has clouded state government recently, King said that, “The last eight years have been filled with politicians putting their own interests ahead of ours. We watched as politicians passed a new ethics law which they thought nobody would notice when they turned around and broke it.”