Congratulations, Rex Reynolds!
Alabama Political Reporter Article: http://www.alreporter.com/2018/03/28/rex-reynolds-wins-house-district-21-special-general-election/
Special Election TODAY - Vote Rex Reynolds:
Most of you know that last year, Heaven gained an angel with Jim Patterson, a dear friend who epitomized Colossians 3:23. Jim's positive attitude, servant leadership, and tenacity made him a good legislator who left big shoes to fill in House District 21.
Tuesday 27 March is the special election to fill Jim's vacancy. Voter turnout is key in any special election, so if you are a Republican or an independent/undecided voter who lives in HD21, please take the time to vote Rex Reynolds. Rex Reynolds is the only Republican running for this seat. I have known Rex for many years; he is a lifelong public servant who will represent us well.
House District 21 = Portions of: Downtown Huntsville, NE Huntsville, Meridianville, and Hazel Green
Perhaps one of the best photographs Hayden and Sheridan have ever taken, entirely improvised, walking home on a rainy evening from dinner at Cotton Row.
The passage of the Alabama Jobs Enhancement Act (HB317) is important to the well-being of all Alabamians because it allows our state to maintain an environment conducive for economic growth.
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Our state will benefit from the passage of the Alabama Jobs Enhancement Act (HB317) - Article in Alabama Today
Thank you to the Troy University chapter of Delta Sigma Pi for the opportunity to speak to your group about Economic Development: Principles and Practice.
This is a dedicated group of students within the Sorrell College of Business. We had a great time exploring what it takes to recruit and retain business and industry within our state. #WorkforceDevelopment
Thank you to The Cotton Candies for joining us at the Huntsville St. Patrick's Day Parade and shaking things up a bit. (This was the only group exempt from the green requirement.)
Thank you to everyone who made today's Huntsville St. Patrick's Day Parade memorable. The parade has been part of our family tradition for decades. The 41st Annual Ellen McAnelly Memorial Parade brought thousands to downtown Huntsville, one of the largest crowds to-date. A windy, warm, sunny, beautiful day to say - Lá fhéile Pádraig sona dhaoibh! ☘️
Workforce Development: Redstone Federal Credit Union opens new branch on Alabama A & M University campus
Congratulations to A & M and Redstone Federal Credit Union on the new branch located in the Knight Center on the campus of Alabama A & M University. The student-run branch is a partnership with the College of Business and Public Affairs and is the epitome of workforce development.
The Downtown Troy Committee is comprised of property and business owners who advocate for historic downtown Troy's constituents and serve as a catalyst for improvement through programs focused on business services, community outreach, economic growth, and promoting the area’s desirability. We love Troy. If you are in or near Troy (Pike County), we hope you will shop locally on the Square and/or attend some of the many upcoming family-friendly events. #Our67
Thank you to the Huntsville Chamber for coordinating today's Washington Update Luncheon featuring Congressman Mo Brooks. Topics discussed included the national debt, tariffs, trade, industrial development, and national security.
Thank you, Alabama Cattlemen's Association, for your work and for hosting the 75th Annual Convention and Trade Show in Huntsville today (and yesterday). It was an honor to be with you all.
Cattle production represents a $2.5 billion dollar industry in Alabama. Thank you, Governor Kay Ivey, for your continued support of the Alabama Cattlemen's Association and for serving as the keynote speaker today in Huntsville at the ACA 75th Annual Convention and Trade Show.
What a great night in Huntsville to Elevate the Stage at the Iron Bowl of Gymnastics. Roll Tide! #AlabamaGymnastics
In Alabama, 62 out of 67 counties are underserved or partially underserved in healthcare, hence the reason why it brings me great joy to bring adequate medical care to rural areas.
Today at the Troy Women's Club, local physical therapists spoke with seniors about maintaining physical fitness during all stages of life. They also outlined the Silver Sneakers program, which is offered at no-cost or low-cost for many folks on Medicare. It was a great day spent with people devoted to improving the quality of life of Alabamians.
This evening, hundreds of us attended a meeting and reception to promote shopping locally for seafood caught on Alabama's shores. The meeting provided important insight about the economic impact of the commercial seafood industry within our state.
Pictured with my friend Twinkle Cavanaugh, who is also a believer in buying Alabama-based products
In an interview with Alabama Political Reporter I hoped to clear up some of the misnomers floating around about HB317 - the economic development bill - and protocol in the field in general.
Read more here: http://www.alreporter.com/2018/03/07/bill-clarify-role-economic-developers-passes-house/
On 5 June, vote Judge Michelle Thomason for Court of Civil Appeals, Place 1. Judge Michelle Thomason has a wealth of experience in business, law, trial court, and on the bench - which includes over 13,000 cases and well-qualifies her to serve in this statewide position.
Thank you for being in Huntsville with us today.
Thank you to everyone who made the 2018 Huntsville Community Kite Festival memorable. The Community Kite Festival is a prime example of how businesses, nonprofits, and local governments work together to enhance our quality of life.
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Huntsville, Alabama 35804
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Arley, Alabama 35541
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