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Alabama Retail Association PACS make endorsements

Katie Britt and associate Supreme Court justice candidate Greg Cook were the only non-incumbents to receive endorsements.

Senate candidate Katie Britt, left, and Supreme Court candidate Greg Cook, right.

The Alabama Retail Association’s political action committees have announced political endorsements for statewide races in 2022. 

The Alabama RetailPAC, the association’s state political action committee, endorsed Gov. Kay Ivey, Lt. Gov. Will Ainsworth and Attorney General Steve Marshall.

In appellate court races, the PAC endorsed incumbent associate Supreme Court Justice Kelli Wise and Greg Cook. 

The Alabama Retail Association PAC, the association’s federal political action committee, endorsed Katie Britt. Britt and Cook were the only two non-incumbents to get endorsements in the 2022 elections from those PACS. 

“The Alabama Retail Association believes these candidates understand the issues retailers face and that, if elected, these individuals will give retailers’ interests a fair hearing,” said Alabama Retail Chairman Todd Noden in a statement. 

“We are confident these candidates are the best choices for these positions,” said Alabama Retail President Rick Brown in a statement.

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Eddie Burkhalter is a reporter at the Alabama Political Reporter. You can email him at [email protected] or reach him via Twitter.



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