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Conservative Christians of Alabama endorses Hobson

Conservative Christians of Alabama endorsed Rich Hobson’s 2nd Congressional District campaign on Tuesday.

The group, founded in 1994, supports candidates who are pro-life and pro-traditional marriage, and who favor limited government and lower taxes.

“There is no question that our nation must turn back to the Biblical and traditional values upon which our nation was founded,” Hobson said. “Conservative Christians of Alabama has been faithfully and effectively working toward that goal for over two decades. I am grateful for their support, and I look forward to working with them.”

Hobson was twice the top administrative officer of the Alabama Court system. He recently served as campaign manager for Roy Moore’s Senate Campaign. He has also worked for the Foundation for Moral Law.

Hobson says that he is running with a committed focus on three key policy areas: rebuilding our military, putting America on a path to permanent prosperity and reminding Americans that our Judeo-Christian values are what made our nation great.

The Republican primary in the 2nd Congressional District is crowded. Hobson, former Congressman Bobby Bright, State Rep. Barry Moore, incumbent Congresswoman Martha Roby and retired U.S. Army Sergeant Major Tommy Amason are all running in the Republican primary.

Tabitha Isner and Audri Scott Williams are running in the Democratic primary.

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The major party primaries will be held on June 5.

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

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