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Brinson to announce new jobs for Florence-area workers

By Brandon Moseley
Alabama Political Reporter

Thursday, June 13, 2017, US Senate Candidate Dr. Randy Brinson (R) will be hold a press conference to announce jobs and local economic development in the northwest Alabama area.

Brinson, will be speaking about the success of his recent African trade mission and the significant benefits it will bring to Alabama’s farmers, agribusiness, construction, shipping and related industries. Florence based ThermaSave Building Industries will be announcing contracts to provide construction materials to the Republic of Zambia. The Brinson campaign says that this has the potential to create significant economic growth in the Florence area along with job growth.

Dr. Brinson said, “The Zambian government plans to build 200,000 homes in an effort to grow their agriculture industry and provide workers with housing. During my visit to Zambia recently, I negotiated several deals for Alabama companies to provide the infrastructure, training, and materials for this project. This will have a significant economic impact in Alabama and create hundreds of jobs,”

Dr. Brinson will be joined by Mayor Steve Holt at today’s press conference to speak about the economic impact this could have on the city.

Dr. Randy Brinson is a doctor, an Air Force veteran, the former Head of the Christian Coalition of Alabama, the founder of Redeem the Vote, a licensed lay minister and businessman from Montgomery, Alabama. He is a former trustee of the University of Mobile.

Dr. Brinson is married to the former Pamela Bennett of Valdosta, Georgia. They have three grown sons and 2 granddaughters. The Brinsons attend Taylor Road Baptist Church.

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Ten Republicans are running for the US Senate race as Republicans. They include: James Paul Beretta, Joseph F. Breault, Randy Brinson, Mo Brooks, Dom Gentile, Mary Maxwell, Roy Moore, Bryan Peeples, Trip Pittman, and Luther Strange.

Eight candidates qualified to run as Democrats. They include: Will Boyd, Vann Caldwell, Jason Fisher, Michael Hansen, Doug Jones, Robert Kennedy, Jr., Brian McGee, and Charles Nana.

The Senate Special Major Party Primaries will be held August 15, 2017. If necessary, the Special Primary runoffs will be on September 28 and the Special General Election will be on December 12.


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

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