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Conservation Alabama Action Fund announces general election endorsements

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Conservation Alabama Action Fund announced the organization’s endorsed candidates for the 2018 state general elections.

In Senate District 6, Conservation Alabama Action endorsed state Representative Johnny Mack Morrow, D-Red Bay, in Senate District 6. Morrow is challenging incumbent Senator Larry Stutts, R-Sheffield.

Conservation Alabama also endorsed incumbent Senator Cam Ward, R-Alabaster, in Senate District 14. Sen. Ward is being challenged by Jerry McDonald (D).

Conservation Alabama also announced that they have endorsed Jeremy Gray (D) in House District 83. Gray faces Republican Michael J. Holden II for the open seat.

Executive Director of Conservation Alabama Action Fund Tammy Herrington said, “Elections matter tremendously for the future of our state’s natural resources. We need legislators in Montgomery who will prioritize public lands, clean water, and access to renewable energy. Our endorsed candidates have demonstrated their commitment to stand up for our members’ conservation priorities at the State House.”

Earlier this year, Conservation Alabama Action Fund endorsed the following candidates primaries: incumbent Corey Harbison (R) in House District 12; incumbent Kyle South (R) in House District 16), Tracy Estes (R) in House District 17; Rusty Jessup (R) in House District 30; and Jacqueline Gray Miller (D) in House District 54. Harbison, South, and Estes all won their primaries.

Conservation Alabama Action Fund describes themselves as, “A non-partisan organization working to protect the people and places you love in Alabama. We share information with elected officials and voters about conservation issues, and help elect legislators who share our members’ conservation values.”

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The general election will be November 6.

Brandon Moseley
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Brandon Moseley is a senior reporter with over nine years at Alabama Political Reporter. During that time he has written 8,297 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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