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Conservation Alabama Action Fund announces primary endorsements

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Conservation Alabama Action Fund announce the organization’s endorsed candidates for the 2018 state primary elections.

In House District 12 the Conservation Alabama Action Fund has endorsed incumbent state Rep. Corey Harbison, R-Cullman.

In House District 16, they have endorsed incumbent state Rep. Kyle South, R-Fayette.

In House District 17 they have endorsed Tracy Estes. House District 17 is currently represented by Mike Millican, R-Hamilton, who is retiring from the Legislature after seven terms.

In House District 30 they have endorsed Riverside Mayor Rusty Jessup. House District 30 is currently represented by State Representative Mack Butler, R-Rainbow City, who is running for the state Senate.

In House District 54 the group has endorsed Jacqueline Gray Miller. In House District 54 incumbent Patricia Todd, D-Birmingham, is not seeking another term. She is leaving the Legislature and has taken a job for a non-profit in Orlando, Florida.

“When we evaluate candidates for endorsement, we’re looking for people who prioritize public lands, clean water, and increased access to renewable energy,” Tammy Herrington, executive director of Conservation Alabama Action Fund, said. “Our endorsed candidates will serve as champions for the Forever Wild Land Trust, and will work to make sure our communities and our natural resources are protected.”

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The major party primaries are on June 5.

Written By

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

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