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Alabama Forestry Association endorses Tommy Bryan for Supreme Court

Bryan was first elected to the Alabama Supreme Court in 2012 and has served two full terms.

The Heflin-Torbert Judicial Building in Montgomery, which is home to the Alabama Supreme Court.

The Alabama Forestry Association (AFA) announced its endorsement of Tommy Bryan for the Alabama Supreme Court.

Bryan was first elected to the Alabama Supreme Court in 2012 and has served two full terms in office. Prior to his time on the Supreme Court, Bryan served on the Alabama Court of Civil Appeals. He was first elected to the Court of Civil Appeals in 2004 and served until 2012. He also worked as an assistant attorney general for Alabama serving in the environmental department.

Tommy Bryan

“Judge Bryan has an exemplary track record of nearly 20 years providing service to our appellate courts,” said AFA’s President and CEO, Chris Isaacson. “Given his rural roots and background in environmental issues, he brings a unique skill set to benefit the court. We appreciate his service and look forward to him serving another term on Alabama’s Supreme Court.”

Bryan earned his bachelor’s and master’s degree from Troy University and went on to earn his Juris Doctorate from Jones School of Law. He is from Crenshaw County and is a graduate of Brantley High School. Bryan and his wife, Pamela, have two children and reside in Montgomery.

“Having been raised on a family farm in southern Crenshaw County, I learned the values of faith, family and hard work from my parents,” said Judge Bryan. “Since my father was a farmer and timber grower, he instilled in me the importance of being a good steward of the land and natural resources. I am honored to be endorsed by the Alabama Forestry Association because that organization works every day to ensure that Alabama landowner issues are represented to the fullest.”

Bryan is seeking re-election to the Alabama Supreme Court in the Primary Election on March 5, 2024.

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