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Primary Democratic Run Off CAndidates US Congressional District Two -vote April 16th

 

 


 

Anthony Daniels

Political Office: Alabama House of Representatives District 53 (Assumed office: 2014)

Anthony Daniels graduated from Alabama A&M University with a bachelor's degree in elementary education in 2001 and a master's degree in special education in 2010. Before entering elected office, he worked as an elementary school teacher. As of the 2024 election, Daniels was chief operating officer at his wife's dental practice. Lives in Huntsville, grew up in Midland. 

Web page:anthonyforalabama.com
 

Shormari Figures

 Shomari Figures obtained his bachelor's degree in criminal justice and history from the University of Alabama in 2006 and his law degree from the University of Alabama School of Law in 2010. After spending one year clerking for a federal judge in the Eastern District of Missouri, Figures worked on President Barack Obama's (D) re-election campaign and later in the White House. Figures worked in the office of U.S. Sen. Sherrod Brown (D-Ohio) for three years. Ahead of the 2024 election, Figures worked as deputy chief of staff and counselor to U.S. Attorney General Merrick Garland. Lives in Mobile. Web Page: figuresforcongress.com 

 

The New District Two includes parts of Mobile county, and all of  Montogomery, Macon, Russell, Barbour, Bullock, Pike, Crenshaw, Connecha, Butler, Monroe and Washington counties. Twelve in all.  

For the General Election the local Democratic Candidates are:

District 1 County Commission - Rachel Smith

District 2 County Commission-  Steven Bryan

District 3 County Commission- Frances Crews Shipman

District 4 County Commission- Earl Gilmore

District 5 County Commission -Lyndon Peterson

District 6 County Commission- Karen Collins

District 7 County Commssion-  Stan adams

Counrty School board District 2 Jimmie Fryer

Probate Judge- Susan Shorter

Circuit Clerk- Paige Smith

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primary information

Absentee voting is underway. You can vote in  person at the Court house if you have an approved reason to vote absentee. Absentee ballot applications must be mailed by the Feb. 27 or hand delivered by the 29th. You absentee ballot must be hand  delivered by March 4 th or posted no later than noon on March 5th. 

 

The primary Run off , if needed , is April 16. Absentee voting for the Run off Begins March 19th. Confused? Vote Guides are available at the County Court house or attend one of our Committee meetings the third Thursday of the month at the Eufaula Public Library at 4:30 pm. Become a party volunteer and help us get out the vote in November. 

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