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Alabama Farmers Federation endorses Kelly Mooney for State School Board

The Farmers Federation endorsed Mooney in the race for District 3 of the Alabama State School Board.

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The Alabama Farmers Federation has endorsed Kelly Mooney for District 3 of the Alabama State School Board. The district covers all of Bibb, Chilton, Coosa, Elmore and Shelby counties along with portions of Jefferson, Montgomery and Talladega counties.

Mooney received her Bachelor of Arts in Education from the University of North Carolina. She has served as an administrator for Briarwood Christian School in Birmingham. She presently serves as a Client Service Associate for OneAscent Financial Services and as co-owner of a small business.

“I am honored to receive the Farmers Federation’s endorsement,” Mooney said. “The Federation and I share the same conservative values and the same concern for the future of our children’s education in our state.”

Mooney is a member of the Shelby County Republican Executive Committee, the Republican Women of North Shelby County and other civic and charitable organizations.

Mooney and her husband, State Rep. Arnold Mooney, have been married 41 years and have three married children and 11 grandchildren. They are active members of Meadow Brook Baptist Church where Mooney has served on multiple committees.   

Bibb: “No one will out work Kelly Mooney in her efforts to see that our children get a quality education,” said Jeff James, Bibb County Farmers Federation president. “She will get the job done for our children and help ensure their educational success.”

Chilton: “Kelly Mooney will see to it that our children receive a quality education,” said Lynn Harrison, Chilton County Farmers Federation president. “She will represent us well on the state school board and ensure our children get what they need in the classroom.”

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Coosa: “Kelly Mooney has the educational experience we need on the state school board,” said Jerry Fielding, Coosa County Farmers Federation president. “She will hit the ground running and see to it that our children get the quality education they deserve.”

Elmore: “Kelly Mooney is a conservative voice and an advocate for children and our education system,” said Richard Edgar, Elmore County Farmers Federation president. “She will see to it that the necessary changes are made to focus full attention on what takes place in the classroom.”

Jefferson: “Kelly Mooney will be a strong voice for our children and will work hard to ensure they get the best educational opportunities possible,” said Dr. Stevan Parsons, Jefferson County Farmers Federation president. “She is an excellent candidate for the state school board, and we are proud to endorse her.”

Montgomery: “Kelly Mooney will work hard to ensure our children get what they need in the classroom and that their parents have a voice in their education,” said Kathy Gordon, Montgomery County Farmers Federation president. “She will work hard to advocate for our school children to see they get the quality education they deserve.”

Shelby: “Kelly Mooney is a true conservative and has valuable experience in the education field,” said John DeLoach, Shelby County Farmers Federation president. “She genuinely cares about the future of our children and will work hard to ensure they have the best education possible.”

Talladega: “Kelly Mooney will be a strong voice of reason for our education system and the need to give our children the future they deserve,” said Justin Lackey, Talladega Farmers Federation president. “She will make sure our children are cared for and educated in the right environment.”

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