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Beckman To Announce That he is Seeking Re-Election

By Brandon Moseley
Alabama Political Reporter

Alabama state Representative Paul Beckman will formally announce that he is seeking re-election for his House District 88 seat in the 2014 election. Rep. Beckman announced on Facebook that he will make his formal announcement on June 25, 2013 at 10AM on the steps of the Alabama Statehouse.

Representative Paul Beckman’s district now includes the city of Prattville in Autauga County and Millbrook in west Elmore County. 

Rep. Paul Beckman announced when her ran in 2009 for his first term for the House District 88 seat that one of his goals was to establish term limits for both the Alabama House of Representatives and the Alabama Senate. Mr. Beckman committed then to serve no more than two terms in the Alabama House. Rep. Beckman says that it will take two terms in order to accomplish his agenda. In his announcement on Monday, Beckman pledged to continue to work to bring term limits to the Alabama State House in his second term. Beckman’s goals are ethics reform, greater economic development to House District 88, and to improve Alabama schools so that every child gets a quality education. Rep. Beckman once re-elected promises to finish his agenda and keep working to move the entire state of Alabama forward.

In Paul’s statement he said that he has been involved as a community advocate for Prattville and Autauga County. Rep. Beckman said that he believes he can continue to lead District 88 back to economic stability. Mr. Beckman and his family have lived in the district for over 33 years.

Paul Beckman is a practicing attorney and is a partner in the law firm of Capouano, Beckman and Russell, L.L.C. He also spent 15 years working for various financial institutions where he gained experience with banking and shopping centers.

Rep. Beckman has a B.S. degree from Florida State University and a law degree from Jones School of Law at Faulkner University.

Representative Beckman is married to Linda Beckman and they have one son, Jamie. Beckman is an active member of St. Joseph’s Catholic Church in Prattville. Beckman is a member of the Alabama State Bar Association, the American Bar Association, the Montgomery County Bar Association, the Knights of Columbus as well as a variety of civic and community organizations.

Representative Paul Beckman’s district includes Autauga County and Elmore County.

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Brandon Moseley is a former reporter at the Alabama Political Reporter.



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