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U.S. Rep. Bradley Byrne to speak at MARC meeting

U.S. Congressman Bradley Byrne, who represents Alabama’s 1st Congressional District, will be attending the Mid Alabama Republican Club this Saturday. This is the group’s July meeting at which Byrne will educate and inform the attendees of the latest political news from Washington D.C.

Rep. Bradley Byrne agreed to attend the meeting and is being welcomed as a possible opponent to Sen. Doug Jones in 2020.

The MARC meeting will be held at the Vestavia Hills Public Library at 1221 Montgomery Highway on Saturday, July 14. A breakfast and fellowship will take place at 8:30 a.m., and the meeting with commence promptly at 9 a.m.

To learn more about the Mid-Alabama Republican Club, visit their website.

The Mid Alabama Republican Club is a social club and a Political organization of Republicans who will meet regularly to promote and encourage the broadest possible participation in the Republican Party.  It is also the purpose of the Club, as an auxiliary organization, to support the policies of the Republican Party.

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