Candidate for Alabama Public Service Commission Place 1 Brent Woodall announced on Thursday that he has been endorsed by the Common Sense Campaign. The Common Sense Campaign is a grassroots movement whose stated goal is to restore our Constitutional Republic.
“I am very thankful to have been endorsed by the Common Sense Campaign,” Woodall said in a statement. “This is another in a growing list of endorsements I have received which demonstrate that true conservatives in Alabama recognize that the incumbent in the Alabama Public Service Commission Place 1 seat is not a conservative and that I am. I ask every Republican in Alabama to vote for me on May 24 to ensure that we have the conservative we need in that office.”
Prior to this endorsement by the Common Sense Campaign, Woodall had also been endorsed by the Alabama Republican Assembly and Conservative Party Alabama.
Woodall is a Florence attorney in private practice. He has worked for the U.S. Attorney’s office, the Attorney General’s Office, and for the Public Service Commission. He is a lifelong Republican who proudly served as a delegate for President Donald Trump at the 2016 National Republican Convention in Cleveland, Ohio.
Woodall is challenging Republican incumbent Jeremy Oden.
Johnny Hammock, Stephen McLamb, Oden, and Woodall are all running in the Republican primary for PSC Place 1.
There is currently no Democrat candidate running for PSC.
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