Marco Rubio team announces Alabama leadership team

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Thursday morning the Marco Rubio for President campaign announced their Alabama Leadership Team. These state leaders will work alongside State Representative Will Ainsworth and Bill Armistead, Alabama co-chairs for Marco Rubio for President, in leading the Marco Rubio for President operation in the Yellowhammer state.

“Many influential Alabama Republicans are rallying behind Marco Rubio’s candidacy because he is a next generation conservative and has innovative ideas for America’s future,” said Ainsworth. “As the one candidate that can defeat Hillary Clinton and reverse the damage caused by the Obama presidency, I am proud to be a part of the team that will help Marco do well in Alabama.”

On January 11, Rubio became the first of the presidential hopefuls to set his leadership team in all 50 states.

“We are thrilled to have earned the support of so many key leaders across Alabama,” said Jeremy Adler, Regional Spokesman for Marco Rubio for President. “We are committed to building strong organizations in all 50 states and support from these influential elected officials will allow us to put in place an impressive ground operation for the March 1st primary.”

Rubio’s Alabama Co-Chairs:

  • Rep. Will Ainsworth: Rubio Co-Chair & State Representative, Marshall County
  • Bill Armistead: Rubio Co-Chair, Member ALGOP Executive Committee, Former ALGOP Chair & State Senator, Shelby County

Rubio’s Alabama Leadership Team:

  • Sen. Clay Scofield: State Senator & Member ALGOP Executive Committee, Marshall County
  • Sen. Slade Blackwell: State Senator & Member ALGOP Executive Committee, Jefferson County
  • Sen. Greg Albritton: State Senator, Baldwin County
  • Rep. Randall Shedd: State Representative & Member ALGOP Executive Committee, Cullman County
  • Rep. Danny Garrett: State Representative & Member ALGOP Executive Committee, Jefferson County
  • Rep. David Faulkner: State Representative & Member ALGOP Executive Committee, Jefferson County
  • Rep. Jack Williams: State Representative, Jefferson Count
  • Rep. Jim Patterson: State Representative, Madison County
  • Rep. K.L. Brown: State Representative, Calhoun County
  • Rep. Kyle South: State Representative, Fayette County
  • Rep. Mack Butler: State Representative & Member ALGOP Executive Committee, Etowah County
  • Rep. Matt Fridy: State Representative & Member ALGOP Executive Committee, Shelby County
  • Rep. Mike Jones: State Representative & Member ALGOP Executive Committee, Covington County
  • Rep. Nathaniel Ledbetter: State Representative, DeKalb County
  • Rep. Lynn Greer:  State Representative, Lauderdale County
  • Commissioner Brandon Shoupe: Houston County Commissioner & Member ALGOP Executive Committee, Houston County
  • Commissioner Chris Elliott: Baldwin County Commissioner & Member of ALGOP Executive Committee, Baldwin County
  • Commissioner Greg White: Covington County Commissioner & Member ALGOP Executive Committee, Covington County
  • Commissioner Tommy Oswalt: Colbert County Revenue Commissioner & Member ALGOP Executive Committee, Colbert County
  • Commissioner Tucker Dorsey: Baldwin County Commissioner & Member of ALGOP Executive Committee, Baldwin County
  • Commissioner Billy Strickland: Marshall County Commissioner, Marshall County
  • Commissioner Dustin St. Clair: Cherokee County Revenue Commissioner, Cherokee County
  • Commissioner Tyler Wilks: DeKalb County Revenue Commissioner, DeKalb County
  • Commissioner Veronica Stancil: Franklin County Revenue Commissioner, Franklin County
  • District Attorney Chris McCool: District Attorney, Pickens County
  • Dr. Cindy Wigley: Marshall County Superintendent of Education, Marshall County
  • Mayor Bob Joslin: Mayor of Arab, Marshall County
  • Mayor Chuck Ables: Mayor of Geraldine, DeKalb County
  • Mayor Leigh Dollar: Mayor of Guntersville, Marshall County
  • Sheriff Huey “Hoss” Mack: Baldwin County Sheriff, Baldwin County
  • Sheriff Rick Singleton: Lauderdale County Sheriff, Lauderdale County

The Alabama Primary is on March 1.

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