“I started my campaign for mayor in January 2016. Paul joined our team early on and was a tremendous asset. He is politically savvy and very intelligent. I was most impressed with his work ethic as well as his ability not to get rattled under pressure. Finally and most importantly he is a fine young man with impeccable character, and is a pleasure to work with." 

MAYOR FRANK BROCATO, CITY OF HOOVER

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Pat Thetford to run for place on Alabama Court of Civil Appeals

January 21, 2018

Former Jefferson County Circuit Judge Peyton C. “Pat” Thetford has announced his candidacy for Place 1 on the Alabama Court of Civil Appeals. Thetford, a Republican, has qualified for the seat currently held by Judge Craig Pittman. Pittman has announced he will not seek re-election...

Alabama Supreme Court Justice Tommy Bryan Announces Re-election Run

November 30, 2017

Alabama Supreme Court Justice Tommy Bryan announced his bid for re-election to the state’s high court on Thursday. It would be the Republican’s second term.

Official Press Release

October 24, 2017

Chief Justice Lyn Stuart has announced her run for election as Chief Justice of the Alabama Supreme Court. Chief Justice Stuart has been a judge for 29 years and has served on the Alabama Supreme Court since 2001. She was appointed Chief Justice by Governor Kay Ivey in April 2017, bringing a firm and fair approach in guiding Alabama’s unified court system.

Stuart Seeking Elected Term as Alabama Chief Justice

October 24, 2017

MONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP) - Lyn Stuart says she will seek a full term as Alabama's chief justice. Stuart is a Republican who was appointed by Gov. Kay Ivey to replace Roy Moore following his removal from the court for violating judicial ethics.

Chief Justice Lyn Stuart Announces Candidacy

October 24, 2017

“I am proud to announce my campaign for Chief Justice because we need to continue making Alabama a place where justice is served and the law is evenly applied to all parties. We need a judicial system where our justices follow the law, not make the law. And we need justices who strictly interpret the constitution. I’m proud of my record of doing just that and I look forward to speaking with the voters to get that message out there over the coming months.”

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