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Sen. Quinton Ross to Seek Re-Election to Alabama State Senate, Committed To Representing District 26

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MONTGOMERY – Sen. Quinton Ross, D-Montgomery, announced today he plans to seek re-election to the Alabama State Senate.

Ross currently represents District 26 in Montgomery, a position he has held since 2002.

Most recently, after a nationwide search, Ross was selected as a finalist for the Presidency of Alabama State University.

“I’m thankful to have been nominated for the position of president of ASU and to have been selected one of the top-three finalists for the position.  I thank God for the opportunity and give Him all the glory. I have been blessed with great support from my family, my friends and my constituents.  I look forward to serving my district with the same commitment and enthusiasm that I have since 2002,” Ross said.

Ross, Director of the Adult Education Division at H. Councill Trenholm State Technical College, said he would continue to fight for education issues.

“As a lifelong educator, I believe we must adequately fund education in order to give our kids the opportunities they need to succeed,” Ross said “A strong education system is necessary for a strong economy, and I will continue to fight for education, economic development, and health care for my district among other issues in the Legislature.”

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Ross, 45, received a B.S. Degree in Political Science, an M.A. Degree in Education and a Doctorate of Education in Educational Leadership, Policy and Law all from Alabama State University.

Ross is a member of Hutchinson Missionary Baptist Church and a member of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity.

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