Gadsden attorney Cody Robinson qualifies to run for circuit judge in 16th circuit

February 6, 2018

By Chip Brownlee
Alabama Political Reporter

Gadsden attorney Cody Robinson has qualified to run for the Republican nomination for Place 4 circuit court judge in Alabama’s 16th judicial circuit.

“I have practiced law in the courts of Alabama for fifteen years, representing individuals, families, businesses and government agencies,” Robinson said in a statement. “I have maintained a varied practice and have always striven to conduct myself as an attorney with the utmost integrity, holding myself accountable to the highest ethical standards. I believe that my background, experience and temperament uniquely qualify me for this position and I am ready to bring the values of hard work and integrity to the office of Circuit Judge.”

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Tom Fredricks, Parker Moore in House District 4 runoff

December 14, 2017

By Brandon Moseley
Alabama Political Reporter

Tom Fredricks and Parker Moore will face off in a runoff in the GOP primary for Alabama House District 4.

The two emerged from a special GOP primary on Tuesday versus Tom Willis. As of Thursday morning, Fredericks had 46 percent while Parker Moore had 30 percent.

The special Republican runoff will be on Feb. 27.

Fredricks is a resident and businessman in Priceville, Alabama.  Tom serves on the board of several benevolence programs and is involved with the Republican Party at both the county and state levels.

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Today is the Last Day to Qualify to Run in the Special Election for House District 11

December 19, 2012

By Brandon Moseley
Alabama Political Reporter

Candidates who would like to run for the Special Election in House District 11 have until 5:00 today to qualify with either of the two major political parties.  Alabama Governor Robert Bentley (R) called the Special Election to fill the vacancy in the Alabama House of Representatives District 11.  District 11 became vacant when Governor Bentley appointed Representative Jeremy Oden (R) from Eva to the Alabama Public Service Commission (PSC).  PSC Commissioner Twinkle Andress Cavanaugh vacated her position on the Commission when she defeated incumbent PSC President Lucy Baxley (D) in the November 6th election.  Rep. Oden will serve out the remaining two years of Commissioner Cavanaugh’s term.
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