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78 incumbents earn NFIB Alabama PAC legislative endorsements

NFIB’s political support is based on the candidates’ positions and records on small-business issues.

A view of the Alabama Statehouse on South Union Street in Montgomery, Alabama. (STOCK PHOTO)

The NFIB Alabama PAC yesterday endorsed 24 senators and 54 representatives for reelection to the state legislature. The political action committee is comprised exclusively of NFIB members. 

“We need a legislature that understands the challenges facing Alabama’s job creators,” NFIB State Director Rosemary Elebash said. “These legislators have earned 100 percent voting records on critical issues such as tax relief, tort reform, and business regulations.

“Our members support the candidates who support small business, and these candidates have shown us time and again they will do everything they can to create and maintain an environment where small businesses can grow and create jobs.”

The NFIB Alabama PAC’s endorsement is important to these campaigns. Small-business owners and their employees vote in high numbers and are known for actively recruiting friends, family members, and acquaintances to go to the polls. NFIB has pledged it will activate its grassroots network on behalf of these campaigns.  

NFIB’s political support is based on the candidates’ positions and records on small-business issues. To learn more about the National Federation of Independent Business in Alabama, visit www.NFIB.com/AL.

Senate

District, Candidate

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1, Tim Melson

2, Tom Butler

3, Arthur Orr

4, Garlan Gudger

5, Greg Reed               

6, Larry Stutts              

7, Sam Givhan            

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8, Steve Livingston     

9, Clay Scofield           

10, Andrew Jones         

13, Randy Price            

14, April Weaver            

15, Dan Roberts            

16, Jabo Waggoner      

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17, Shay Shelnutt          

21, Gerald Allen             

22, Greg Albritton          

25, Will Barfoot              

27, Tom Whatley           

29, Donnie Chesteen    

30, Clyde Chambliss     

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32, Chris Elliott              

34, Jack Williams          

35, David Sessions       

House

District, Candidate

1, Phillip Pettus            

4, Parker Moore          

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5, Danny Crawford      

6, Andy Whitt               

7, Proncey Robertson 

8, Terri Collins             

9, Scott Stadthagen    

11, Randall Shedd        

12, Corey Harbison       

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14, Tim Wadsworth       

16, Kyle South               

17, Tracy Estes             

18, Jamie Kiel                    

21, Rex Reynolds            

22, Ritchie Whorton         

23, Tommy Hanes           

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24, Nathaniel Ledbetter  

27, Wes Kitchens             

28, Gil Isbell                      

30, Craig Lipscomb         

33, Ben Robbins              

34, David Standridge      

35, Steve Hurst                

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36, Randy Wood              

37, Bob Fincher               

41, Corley Ellis                 

42, Van Smith                   

43, Arnold Mooney          

44, Danny Garrett            

45, Dickie Drake              

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46, David Faulkner          

48, Jim Carns                   

49, Russell Bedsole        

50, Jim Hill                        

51, Allen Treadaway       

55, Rod Scott                   

65, Brett Easterbrook      

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66, Alan Baker                 

74, Charlotte Meadows   

75, Reed Ingram              

79, Joe Lovvorn               

80, Chris Blackshear       

81, Ed Oliver                     

86, Paul Lee                     

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87, Jeff Sorrells              

90, Chris Sells                 

91, Rhett Marques           

93, Steve Clouse             

94, Joe Faust                  

96, Matt Simpson             

101, Chris Pringle              

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102, Shane Stringer         

104, Margie Wilcox            

105, Chip Brown

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