Steve Marshall earns endorsements from 32 district attorneys statewide


Sitting Alabama Attorney General Steve Marshall has earned the support of 32 district attorneys from across the state in his bid for re-election, his campaign announced Wednesday.

Six Democrats and 26 Republicans offered Marshall their support against his opponent, Democrat Joseph Siegelman.

DA endorsements:

  1. Bill Adair, Walker County
  2. Kirke Adams, Dale & Geneva Counties
  3. Scott Anderson, Morgan County
  4. Tom Anderson, Coffee & Pike Counties
  5. Mike Anderton, Jefferson County
  6. Stephen Billy, Escambia County*
  7. Wilson Blaylock, Cullman County
  8. Robert Broussard, Madison County
  9. Pamela Casey, Blount County
  10. Christopher Connolly, Lauderdale County
  11. Kenneth Davis, Russell County*
  12. Greg Griggers, Greene, Marengo & Sumter Counties*
  13. Steve Giddens, Talladega County*
  14. Randall Houston, Autauga, Chilton & Elmore Counties
  15. Brandon Hughes, Lee County
  16. Errek Jett, Lawrence County
  17. Everette Johnson, Marshall County
  18. Brian Jones, Limestone County
  19. Patrick Jones, III, Henry & Houston Counties
  20. Jill Lee, Shelby County
  21. Brian McVeigh, Calhoun & Cleburne Counties
  22. Walt Merrell, Covington County
  23. Mike O’Dell, Cherokee & Dekalb Counties
  24. Jason Pierce, Jackson County
  25. Ben Reeves, Barbour & Bullock Counties*
  26. Ashley Rich, Mobile County
  27. Scott Slatton, Marion & Winston Counties
  28. Spencer Walker, Clarke, Choctaw & Washington Counties*
  29. Hays Webb, Tuscaloosa County
  30. Jeffrey Willis, Clay & Coosa Counties
  31. Jody Willoughby, Etowah County
  32. Robert Wilters, Baldwin County

*denotes Democratic affiliation 

“Steve Marshall is the experienced prosecutor we need in the Attorney General’s office,” said Democratic District Attorney Ben Reeves, Jr. of Barbour & Bullock counties. “He has proven his commitment to the people of Alabama over the last year and a half and I’m confident he has what it takes to work with both Republicans and Democrats as we continue to fight crime in our communities.”

Marshall served as a prosecutor and DA in Marshall County for over 15 years before becoming Attorney General. He is a past president of the Alabama District Attorneys Association and served as the state representative to the National District Attorneys Association.


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