By Brandon Moseley
Alabama Political Reporter
Wednesday, former U.S. Attorney Alice Martin formally qualified as a Republican for the office of Alabama attorney general.
“Earlier today I filed paperwork officially adding my name to the ballot!,” Martin announced in a statement. “It’s important that as many Alabamians as possible see this news and hear our winning message.”
President George W. Bush appointed Martin as a U.S. Attorney. In her time as U.S. Attorney the U.S. Attorney’s office made a special effort to prosecute the rampant political corruption in Alabama.