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Alabama Realtors Association announces 2022 election endorsements

The Alabama Association of Realtors is the largest statewide organization of real estate professionals.

Alabama Realtors

The Alabama Realtors Political Action Committee, the political arm of the Alabama Association of Realtors, has made its endorsement of candidates for the general election to be held on Nov. 8, 2022.

“In the coming months we will begin a new quadrennium for the Alabama Legislature, and it’s imperative we have legislators and state leaders who will support homeownership and economic development efforts,” said Margi Ingram, ARPAC chair. “We are confident these candidates will do that and more.”

“We are proud to endorse candidates who support Alabama’s real estate industry and Alabama Realtors,” said Jeremy Walker, CEO of the Alabama Association of Realtors. “These candidates will work hard to promote economic growth, homeownership, and private property rights here in Alabama.”

The Alabama Association of Realtors is the largest statewide organization of real estate professionals with more than 19,000 members from 23 local boards and 1,200 real estate companies. United by adherence to a Code of Ethics, its members work as real estate professionals in the sale, lease, appraisal and development of residential, commercial, rural and resort properties throughout Alabama.

The Alabama Association of Realtors supports the following candidates:

Statewide

Governor: Kay Ivey

Lt. Governor: Will Ainsworth

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Attorney General: Steve Marshall

Secretary of State: Wes Allen

State Treasurer: Young Boozer

Auditor: Andrew Sorrell

Commissioner of Agriculture & Industries: Rick Pate

Judicial

Supreme Court: Greg Cook

Supreme Court: Kelli Wise

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Public Service Commission

Place 1: Jeremy Oden

Place 2: Chip Beeker

Board of Education

District 2: Tracie West

District 8: Wayne Reynolds

State Senate

District 1: Tim Melson

District 2: Tom Butler

District 3: Arthur Orr

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District 4: Garlan Gudger

District 5: Greg J. Reed

District 6: Larry Stutts

District 7: Sam Givhan

District 8: Steve Livingston

District 9: Clay Scofield

District 10: Andrew Jones

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District 11: Lance Bell

District 12: Keith Kelley

District 13: Randy Price

District 14: April Weaver

District 15: Dan Roberts

District 16: J. T. “Jabo” Waggoner

District 17: Shay Shelnutt

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District 18: Rodger M. Smitherman

District 19: Merika Coleman

District 20: Linda Coleman-Madison

District 21: Gerald H. Allen

District 22: Greg Albritton

District 23: Robert Stewart

District 24: Bobby D. Singleton

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District 25: Will Barfoot

District 26: Kirk Hatcher

District 27: Jay Hovey

District 28: William M. Beasley

District 29: Donnie Chesteen

District 30: Clyde Chambliss

District 31: Josh Carnley

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District 32: Chris Elliot

District 33: Vivian Davis Figures

District 34: Jack W. Williams

District 35: David Sessions

State House of Representatives

District 1: Phillip Pettus

District 2: Ben Harrison

District 3: Kerry Underwood

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District 4: Parker Moore

District 5: Danny Crawford

District 6: Andy Whitt

District 7: Ernie Yarbrough

District 8: Terri Collins

District 9: Scott Stadthagen

District 11: Randall Shedd

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District 12: Corey Harbison

District 13: Matt Woods

District 14: Tim Wadsworth

District 15: Leigh Hulsey

District 16: Kyle South

District 17: Tracy Estes

District 18: Jamie Kiel

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District 19: Laura Hall

District 20: James Lomax

District 21: Rex Reynolds

District 22: Ritchie Whorton

District 23: Mike Kirkland

District 24: Nathaniel Ledbetter

District 26: Brock Colvin

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District 27: Wes Kitchens

District 28: Mack Butler

District 29: Mark Gidley

District 30: Craig Lipscomb

District 31: Troy Stubbs

District 32: Barbara Boyd

District 33: Ben Robbins

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District 34: David Standridge

District 35: Steve Hurst

District 36: Randy Wood

District 37: Bob Fincher

District 38: Debbie Wood

District 39: Ginny Shaver

District 40: Chad Robertson

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District 41: Corley Ellis

District 42: Van Smith

District 43: Arnold Mooney

District 44: Danny Garrett

District 45: Susan DuBose

District 46: David Faulkner

District 47: Mike Shaw

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District 48: Jim Carns

District 49: Russell Bedsole

District 50: Jim Hill

District 51: Allen Treadaway

District 52: John W. Rogers

District 53: Anthony Daniels

District 54: Neil Rafferty

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District 55: Fred Plump

District 56: Ontario Tillman

District 57: Patrick Sellers

District 58: Rolanda Hollis

District 59: Mary Moore

District 60: Juandalynn Givan

District 61: Ron Bolton

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District 62: Bill Lamb

District 63: Cynthia Almond

District 64: Donna Givens

District 65: Brett Easterbrook

District 66: Alan Baker

District 67: Prince Chestnut

District 68: Thomas Jackson

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District 69: Kelvin Lawrence

District 70: Chris England

District 71: Artis McCampbell

District 72: Curtis Travis

District 73: Kenneth Paschal

District 74: Charlotte Meadows

District 75: Reed Ingram

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District 76: Penni McClammy

District 77: TaShina Morris

District 78: Kenyatte Hassell

District 79: Joe Lovvorn

District 80: Chris Blackshear

District 81: Ed Oliver

District 82: Pebblin W. Warren

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District 83: Jeremy Gray

District 84: Berry Forte

District 85: Dexter Grimsley

District 86: Paul W. Lee

District 87: Jeff Sorrells

District 88: Jerry Starnes

District 89: Marcus Paramore

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District 90: Chris Sells

District 91: Rhett Marques

District 92: Matt Hammett

District 93: Steve Clouse

District 94: Jennifer Fidler

District 95: Frances Holk-Jones

District 96: Matt Simpson

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District 97: Adline Clarke

District 98: Napoleon Bracy

District 99: Sam Jones

District 100: Mark Shirey

District 101: Chris Pringle

District 102: Shane Stringer

District 103: Barbara Drummond

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District 104: Margie Wilcox

District 105: Chip Brown

The National Association of Realtors Political Action Committee has also announced who it will be supporting for federal races in Alabama.

U.S. Senate: Katie Britt

U.S. House of Representatives, District 1: Jerry Carl

U.S. House of Representatives, District 2: Barry Moore

U.S. House of Representatives, District 3: Mike Rogers

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U.S. House of Representatives, District 4: Robert Aderholt

U.S. House of Representatives, District 5: Dale Strong

U.S. House of Representatives, District 6: Gary Palmer

U.S. House of Representatives, District 7: Terri Sewell

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