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Wiregrass Roundtable endorses Rich Hobson for Congress

The Rich Hobson for Congress Campaign announced that Hobson has received the endorsement of the Wiregrass Round Table.

“The Wiregrass Round Table and I share a common commitment to fighting any effort to erode our Constitutional values,” said Hobson. “I really appreciate their engagement with these important issues, and I’m honored to have their support.”

In the announcement of its endorsement, the Wiregrass Round Table said that Hobson “will fight best for Alabama families, their values, faith, jobs, and, most importantly, their children. We need men who will not compromise, and we must drain the swamp.”

The Hobson campaign describes the Wiregrass Round Table as a grassroots organization committed to a return to the Constitution and traditional values. Hobson is running for Alabama’s District 2 seat in the United States House of Representatives.

Hobson is an attorney. He has twice served as the director of the Alabama Court System under Chief Justice Roy Moore. Hobson has also worked for the Foundation for Moral Law. Most recently he served as Campaign Manager for the Judge Roy Moore for U.S. Senate Campaign.

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.

Hobson is running in a crowded Republican field that includes: Congresswoman Martha Roby, state Representative Barry Moore, retired U.S. Army Sergeant Major Tommy Amason, and former Congressman Bobby Bright.

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The eventual Republican nominee will face the winner of the Democratic primary in the general election on November 5. Tabitha Isner and Audri Scott Williams are running in the Democratic primary.

The major party primaries are scheduled for June 5.

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Brandon Moseley is a senior reporter with over nine years at Alabama Political Reporter. During that time he has written 8,697 articles for APR. You can email him at [email protected] or follow him on Facebook. Brandon is a native of Moody, Alabama, a graduate of Auburn University, and a seventh generation Alabamian.



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