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Democrat Tabitha Isner thanks Alabama New South Alliance for endorsement

Brandon Moseley

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Thursday, Tabitha Isner thanked the Alabama New South Coalition for their endorsement in the 2nd Congressional District,

“It is so important that we all work together for a better future for our state.” Isner said. “The New South Alliance does incredible work to organize the community and work for lasting change for all. I am honored to carry their endorsement during this election cycle and will honor their concerns and hopes after I take office.”

Isner is a Democratic candidate for U.S. Congress in Alabama’s 2nd congressional district has been endorsed by the Alabama New South Alliance.

The Alabama New South Coalition is an organization based in Montgomery, Alabama, that works to organize the community, educate voters, develop both youth and leaders, and encourage progressive legislation in the state. The New South Alliance is a separate organization that screens candidates and endorses those who they feel will best represent the people of Alabama.

“This is only the beginning of change in Alabama. Democrats are on a roll in 2018, and that trend may continue in Alabama,” Isner said.

The Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee has identified 30 seats currently held by Republicans that they hope to flip, and Alabama’s 2nd Congressional district is one of the 30 districts being targeted.

Isner is a pastor’s wife and an early childhood policy expert.

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Although Isner is a first-time candidate, she has raised more money than any of Rep. Roby’s other challengers.

Isner has also opened campaign offices in both Montgomery and Dothan.

The New South Alliance has also endorsed Audri Scott Williams in the Second Congressional District race, expressing their enthusiasm for the Democrats unseating incumbent Rep. Martha Roby, R-Montgomery.

The major party primaries are on June 5, 2018.

Democrats are hopeful that they are able to take back control of the U.S. House of Representatives this year.

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