Troy City Councilman Marcus Paramore announces candidacy for House District 89

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In a Monday afternoon Facebook post, Troy City Councilman Marcus Paramore announced his candidacy for the Alabama House of Representatives: District 89 seat as  Republican.

“I’m pleased to announce my candidacy for AL House of Representatives – District 89. Please feel free to share the video and I appreciate all of your support,” Paramore wrote in the post that accompanied a video announcement.

“It would be my honor to represent the citizens of the Pike and  Dale County, promoting and protecting our conservative values,” Troy said in the video. “I ask for your support and your vote, because together we can make our home a better place to work, worship, and play.”

Currently serving in his second term on the City Council, Paramore is also employed at Troy University as the Director of Government Relations.  He holds both a Bachelors and Masters degrees from the university. He is married to the former Leigh Ann Steltenpohl of Dothan and is the proud father of two sons, Bradley and Cody, both attend the Troy City School System.  They are active members of Park Memorial United Methodist Church.

Watch Paramore’s announcement below:

Full transcript of Paramore’s announcement:

Hello I’m Mark Paramore more this is my wife Leigh Ann and our sons Bradley and Cody. I’m currently serving in my second term on the Troy City Counsel and am proud of the positive economic growth that we’ve experienced in our city.

Therefore with much consideration, thoughts, and prayers and with the guidance and council of family and friends, I am pleased to announce my candidacy for the Alabama House of Representative for District 89 as a Republican. It would be my honor to represent the citizens of the Pike and  Dale County, promoting and protecting our conservative values.

I ask for your support and your vote, because together we can make our home a better place to work, worship, and play. Thank you.

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