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St. Clair County Republican Meeting Moving to Moody City Hall

By Brandon Moseley
Alabama Political Reporter

The St. Clair Country Republican Party meeting that included barbecue and state candidates has been moved from the Moody Park to inside the Moody City Hall due to a weather forecast showing temperatures near freezing.

Moody Republican Party Chairman sent out an email blast just before 11:00 am to members of the Republican Executive Committee about the sudden change in tonight’s meeting location. Chairman Lance Bell well, “Due to the cold weather this evening, we are moving the meeting across the street to the Moody City Hall. See everyone at 6:00 at Moody City Hall.”

Chairman Bell wrote, “We have several statewide candidates that have called and plan to attend. Also, the party will be providing BBQ for dinner.”

Chairman Bell said, “We need to work on continuing to build our county party so think of a friend or neighbor that you can bring with you to the meeting. BRING SOMEONE NEW!!!!! It takes everyone working together to build our party so we need your help.”

Candidate for Lieutenant Governor, Stan Cooke (R) from Sumiton has already confirmed that he will be addressing the group.

St. Clair County is one of the strongest Republican voting Counties in the state and a good showing in the county is essential in a contested statewide Republican Primary. race.

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St. Clair County has seen explosive growth over the last forty years as interstates have allowed both employers and families to move further out of the old city centers.

Brandon Moseley
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Brandon Moseley is a senior reporter with over nine years at Alabama Political Reporter. During that time he has written 8,297 articles for APR. You can email him at [email protected] or follow him on Facebook. Brandon is a native of Moody, Alabama, a graduate of Auburn University, and a seventh generation Alabamian.

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