Retail Association adds to its March primary endorsements

MONTGOMERY – Alabama Retail Association PAC, the Alabama Retail Association’s federal political action committee, this week made endorsements in two Alabama congressional races.

In advance of the March 3 primary, the Alabama Retail Association’s PACs have made endorsements in the U.S. House of Representatives’ 1st and 2nd districts as well as in four contested state appellate court races.

The Alabama Retail Association believes these candidates understand retailers and will give retailers’ interests a fair hearing,” said Alabama Retail Chairman Todd Noden. The Retail Association closely evaluates each candidate’s record and discusses the ramifications of each race before granting its endorsement. “We are confident these candidates are the best choices for these positions,” said Alabama Retail President Rick Brown.

Alabama Retail Association PAC endorses these federal candidates in the March 3 Republican primary:

1st District – Chris Pringle

2nd District – Jeff Coleman

On Oct. 29, 2019, Alabama RetailPAC, the Alabama Retail Association’s state political action committee, made its endorsements in Alabama’s appellate court races for the 2020 election cycle.

Alabama RetailPAC’s endorsed candidates on the March 3 ballot are:

For the Alabama Supreme Court, RetailPAC endorses:

Place 1, Associate Justice – Cam Ward

For the Alabama Court of Civil Appeals, RetailPAC endorses:

Place 2, Judge – Matt Fridy

For the Alabama Court of Criminal Appeals, RetailPAC endorses:

Place 1, Judge Mary Windom*

Place 2, Judge Beth Kellum*

* = Incumbent

The Alabama Retail Association represents retailers, the largest private employer in the state of Alabama, before the Alabama Legislature and the U.S. Congress. Through sales of food, clothing, furniture, medicine and more, our 4,300 independent merchant and national company members touch almost every aspect of daily living. Since 1943, we’ve worked to promote what’s best for the retail industry in Alabama. Whether voicing the retail view when public policy is made, educating members about issues that impact them, negotiating rates for benefits and services or communicating the retail story, the Alabama Retail Association and its members are better together.

Nancy King Dennis | 334.551.0643 | 334.868.2195 (c)| 800.239.5423

Originally posted 11:18 a.m. Tuesday, Feb. 11, 2020

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