Here’s everyone the Alabama Democratic Conference has endorsed in the 2018 election cycle


The state’s largest and oldest African-American political organization, the Alabama Democratic Conference (ADC), has made its endorsements for the 2018 election cycle.

Founded in 1960, the ADC was created to encourage and empower African-American voters. Today, the group is a powerhouse in the state’s Democratic politics. In fact, no gubernatorial candidate has ever won the democratic primary without the endorsement of both ADC and the group New South, since 1960.

Here’s everyone the ADC has endorsed in 2018:

United State Congress

  • 1st House District : Robert Kennedy Jr.
  • 2nd House District: Tabitha Isner
  • 3rd House District: Mallory Hagan
  • 4th House District: Lee Auman

Statewide races

  • Governor: Walt Maddox
  • Secretary of State: Heather Milam
  • Attorney General: Chris Christie

State Senate races

  • District 2: Amy Wasyluka
  • District 7: No endorsement
  • District 26: “Coach” David Burkette
  • District 33: Victor Tshombe Crawford

State House races

  • District 8: Billy Jackson
  • District 10: No endorsement
  • District 19: Laura Hall
  • District 28: No endorsement
  • District 32: Barbara Bigsby Boyd
  • District 54: Jacqueline Gray Miller
  • District 55: Roderick “Rod” Hampton Scott
  • District 56: Chester W. Porter
  • District 58: Rolanda Hollis
  • District 59: Mary Moore
  • District 60: Juandalynn Givan
  • District 65: Elaine Beech
  • District 67: Prince Chestnut
  • District 69: Kelvin Jamichael Lawrence
  • District 76: D’Linell Finley
  • District 77: Dan Harris

Other race

  • Jefferson County District Attorney: Danny Carr

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