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Conservative Christians of Alabama Endorse McKinney

By Brandon Moseley
Alabama Political Reporter

On Tuesday, July 8, the McKinney for Secretary of State campaign announced that the Conservative Christians of Alabama have officially endorsed Judge Reese McKinney for Secretary of State in the July 15th Republican Primary run-off election.

The McKinney campaign said that the Conservative Christians of Alabama are considered the most influential conservative organization in the State of Alabama.

In a written statement the McKinney campaign said that this endorsement is a reflection of Judge Reese McKinney’s character as a lifelong conservative and as a committed Christian.
Upon learning of the endorsement, Judge McKinney stated, “I am honored to have the endorsement of the Conservative Christians of Alabama, and I look forward to representing the values we share in the Secretary of State’s office.”

McKinney is a longtime Montgomery County Probate Judge.  Judge McKinney promotes himself as a lifetime conservative and lifetime Republican.

McKinney’s Republican Primary runoff opponent is State Representative John Merrill.  Merrill points to his record as a state legislator as evidence of his conservative credentials.

The Republican primary run-off election will be held statewide on July 15  and polls will be open from 7am to 7pm.

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

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