The Katie Boyd Britt campaign for Senate announced that 58 Alabama Republican state legislators have endorsed Britt.
“It’s humbling that so many Republican legislators from every corner of our great state have the confidence in our grassroots campaign and the enthusiasm for our conservative message to put their names next to mine as we sprint towards the finish line of this important election,” said Britt. “The future of our state is on the ballot, and I’m committed to working alongside local leaders across Alabama to grow good-paying jobs and 21st-century opportunity for the hardworking families, small businesses, farmers, and retirees in their areas. Together, we will defend our Christian conservative values, build safe, strong communities for all Alabamians, and preserve the American Dream for our children and our children’s children.”
Republican members of the Alabama House of Representatives endorsing Britt include: Joe Lovvorn (Auburn), Ed Oliver (Dadeville), Matt Simpson (Daphne), Allen Farley (McCalla), Mac McCutcheon (Monrovia), Gil Isbell (Gadsden), Craig Lipscomb (Gadsden), Debbie Wood (Valley), David Faulkner (Mountain Brook), Russell Bedsole (Alabaster), Steve Clouse (Ozark), Paul Lee (Dothan), Brett Easterbrook (Fruitdale), Proncey Robertson (Mount Hope), Andy Whitt (Harvest), Terri Collins (Decatur), Kyle South (Fayette), Tracy Estes (Winfield), Jamie Kiel (Russellville), Howard Sanderford (Huntsville), Rex Reynolds (Huntsville), Wes Kitchens (Arab), Nathaniel Le tter (Rainsville), Corley Ellis (Columbiana), Van Smith (Billingsley), Danny Garrett (Trussville), Alan Baker (Brewton), Joe Faust (Fairhope), Chris Blackshear (Phenix City), Jeff Sorrells (Geneva), Chris Sells (Greenville), Rhett Marques (Enterprise), Chip Brown (Dauphin Island), Margie Wilcox (Mobile), Victor Gaston (Mobile), Rodney Sullivan (Northport), Danny Crawford (Athens), Randall Shedd (Fairview), Harry Shiver (Bay Minette), Cynthia Almond (Tuscaloosa), Ginny Shaver (Leesburg), Ben Robbins (Sylacauga), Steve Hurst (Munford), Reed Ingram (Pike Road), and David Standridge (Hayden)
Republican members of the Alabama State Senate endorsing Britt include Garlan Gudger (Cullman), Randy Price (Opelika), Tom Whatley (Auburn), Donnie Chesteen (Geneva), David Sessions (Grand Bay) Jack Williams (Wilmer), Jabo Waggoner (Vestavia), Greg Albritton (Atmore), Clay Scofield (Guntersville), Chris Elliott (Fairhope), and Andrew Jones (Centre).
Britt is a native of Coffee County who graduated from the University of Alabama and the University of Alabama School of Law. A practicing attorney, she is a former Chief of Staff for Sen. Richard Shelby (R-Alabama). Britt is also a former President and CEO of the Business Council of Alabama. Britt and her husband, former University of Alabama and New England Patriots football player Wesley Britt, live in Montgomery with their two children.
Lillie Boddie, Britt, Mo Brooks, Karla Dupriest, Mike Durant, and Jake Schafer are all running for the Republican nomination for U.S. Senate.
Will Boyd, Brandaun Dean, and Lanny Jackson are all running for the Democratic nomination for Senate.
Both primaries are on May 24. The two nominees will face each other in the Nov. 8 general election.
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