Connect with us

Hi, what are you looking for?


Supreme Court candidate Chris McCool endorsed by Civil Justice Reform Committee

McCool is seeking the Republican Party nomination for an open seat on the Alabama Supreme Court.

Judge Chris McCool Contributed

The Alabama Civil Justice Reform Committee PAC has endorsed Republican Court of Criminal Appeals Judge Chris McCool in his candidacy for the Alabama  Supreme Court.  

ACJRC Chairman Paul Pinyan shared in their newsletter, “We are very excited to announce our endorsements of this slate of uniquely qualified judicial leaders. They have a proven track record of exemplary service to the people of Alabama. They have served with integrity and have been fair and impartial jurists for the litigants who come before the Alabama Appellate Courts. We look forward to their continued service.” 

“I am honored to receive ACJRC’s support in my campaign to serve on the Alabama Supreme  Court,” states Judge Chris McCool. “My mission is to bring common sense and conservative  values to the Alabama Supreme Court, and I humbled by the support I’ve continued to receive  across the state from organizations and associations such as ACJRC.”  

Judge McCool is seeking the Republican Party nomination for an open seat on the Alabama Supreme Court in the March 2024 primary election. This seat is currently held by Associate Justice  Sarah Stewart, who has announced her candidacy for Alabama Supreme Court Chief Justice. 

The Alabama Political Reporter is a daily political news site devoted to Alabama politics. We provide accurate, reliable coverage of policy, elections and government.

More from APR


The new endorsements include judicial seats on the Supreme Court and the Alabama Court of Criminal Appeals.


Qualifying will close on Friday, Nov. 10, 116 days before the primary election.


The court rejected Baldwin Bridge Company's request to rehear the case, meaning the state can resume work on a new toll-free bridge.


She has served as an associate justice on the Alabama Supreme Court since she was elected as a Republican in 2018.