May 7, 2018, I was in Lillian, AL at a candidate Meet & Greet. Given the opportunity to say a few words, I reminded the voters why politics matter.
I’m honored to have been selected for endorsement by the Alabama Police Benevolent Association. With over 5,000 members statewide, the APBA provides critical services to our men and women in uniform that serve our communities. I’m humbled that they have chosen to support my campaign for state Senate!
June 5th is the primary election for many states, including Alabama. On this date, we will choose the nominees of our respective parties (or narrow the field in the case of a runoff) and prepare for a general election to be held 5 months later. (more…)
Higher oil prices can weaken even the strongest economy. They increase production costs for businesses that can spur inflation, they weaken consumer demand as people have less disposable income, and they add uncertainty to the markets as long-term growth becomes much murkier and difficult to gauge. (more…)
Jason Fisher talks about putting teachers first at his meet and greet at the Fairhope Brewery. (more…)
Candidate Meet and Greet with the Blue Dots in Fairhope (more…)
We have been asking some questions on social media and at our events on the campaign trail. It is important to me that we take the time to listen to the concerns that most affect our district and out state. Here was a recent question we asked:
What are the biggest issues your parents are facing in terms of having enough to live and healthcare? (more…)
We can no longer afford to tolerate an employment system still filled with significant amounts of inequity. The irony is, a system of unequal pay distribution favoring certain employees eventually costs more in long run due to increased turnover of good employees, additional learning curves for their replacements, and a work environment less productive because it is not built on trust. (more…)