The Alabama Farmers Federation has endorsed attorney Bryan Brinyark for House District 16 of the Alabama House of Representatives. The seat was made vacant by the recent resignation of Rep. Kyle South who accepted a position leading the West Alabama Chamber of Commerce. The district covers all of Fayette County and parts of Tuscaloosa and Jefferson counties.
“Bryan Brinyark is well known in this district for his public service as an attorney and municipal judge,” said Jim Lavender, Tuscaloosa County Farmers Federation president. “We know he will take that same level of leadership to Montgomery to represent the needs of the people of House District 16.”
Brinyark received his BS and JD Degrees from the University of Alabama. He is a municipal judge for Brent, Centreville, Tuscaloosa and Woodstock. He is a partner attorney with Brinyark and Fredrick. He is also a member of the Alabama Black Belt Action Committee, Municipal Judges Study Commission and Tuscaloosa Bar Association.
“I am honored to receive the endorsement of the Alabama Farmers Federation,” said Brinyark. “We share the same conservative values, and I look forward to serving them and all the people of House District 16.”
Brinyark has five adult children and is a member of Northport Church of Christ.
The general election for House District 16 will be Tuesday, January 9, 2024.
The Alabama Farmers Federation is the state’s largest farm organization with more than 350,000 members. It uses a true grassroots approach to select candidates, relying on FarmPAC recommendations from county Federation boards for local elections.