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State Rep. Tim Wadsworth will seek another term

The Alabama Statehouse in Montgomery, Alabama.

By Staff
Alabama Political Reporter

State Rep. Tim Wadsworth, R-Arley, will seek a second term to the Alabama House of Representatives.

Since his election in 2014, Wadsworth has represented state House District 14, which includes portions of Winston, Walker and Jefferson Counties.

In a campaign announcement, Wadsworth said he will focus on his conservative record, integrity, openness and his transparent approach. He pointed to progress made in the last few years tackling corruption in Montgomery. He said he wants to continue “cleaning up Montgomery.”

“Standing up for what is right has been important and will continue,” Wadsworth said.

Wadsworth was born in Winston County, attended Meek High School, Walker College and the University of Alabama before receiving a law degree from the Cumberland School of Law. Since becoming an attorney, he has practiced law in North Alabama for 31 years.

“I hope the people of the 14 District will give me an opportunity to serve them again for another 4 years,” Wadsworth said.

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