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BREAKING NEWS: President Donald Trump endorses Luther Strange in Alabama Senate primary special election
Homewood, Ala. - U.S. Senator Luther Strange released the following statement regarding President Donald Trump's decision to endorse his candidacy for U.S. Senate in the Alabama Special Election Primary:
"I am so deeply honored and humbled to receive the endorsement and support of our President, Donald Trump. It is an honor to work hard beside him to deliver upon his promises to the American people. Together, we will continue efforts to fill our courts with conservative judges, repeal Obamacare, offer tax relief to hard working Americans, lift this heavy burden of government regulations, rebuild our military and build that wall on our southern border. Our country stood upon a precipice last November, but the American voters spoke out loud and clear, tired of a stagnant economy, political correctness and politicians who don't listen. President Trump's election and hard work has given millions of people hope again and I'm proud to stand beside him to make America great again."
Farmers from all over the state came together in Bibb County Thursday as the head of the Environmental Protection Agency was on hand to speak about the Water of the United States rule.
Head of the EPA Scott Pruitt, along with Sen. Luther Strange came to Alabama today.
The Alabama Credit Union Association, an affiliate of the League of Southeastern Credit Unions & Affiliates (LSCU), announces its endorsement of Republican Luther Strange for United States Senate. The LSCU Board of Directors formally voted to endorse Strange in their June 13 board meeting. Strange holds the Senate seat formerly occupied by U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions and will face an election in August.
As June comes to a close, Alabama’s schools have let out, and summer is in full swing. Students have turned in final projects and taken final exams, earning a well-deserved chance to catch their breath. But in Congress, there are several projects left unfinished, and adjourning for the annual August state work period would mean putting a hold on the promises we made to the American people. It’s time to deliver.
By Greg Garrision
Gov. Kay Ivey, U.S. Sen. Luther Strange and other dignitaries paid homage to Alabama's war dead on Monday in a Memorial Day ceremony at the Alabama National Cemetery in Montevallo.
Highlights Strange's record of fighting Obama agenda while AG
'a champion of gun rights; right person to succeed Jeff Sessions'
Alabama Farmers Federation endorses Strange in Alabama Special Election Republican Primary for Senate
'It's a privilege to be the voice for Alabama farmers in Washington’
The Alabama Farmers Federation announced on Monday that Senator Luther Strange has received the endorsement of FarmPAC, their political action committee.
“Sen. Strange has proven his commitment to Alabama farmers and forest owners by seeking and securing appointment to the Agriculture Committee and continuing the fight against regulatory overreach,” said Federation President Jimmy Parnell. “Alabama farmers have enjoyed a close working relationship with Sen. Strange, and we look forward to helping him address the needs of rural Alabama as a U.S. senator.”
By Leada Gore
A new video from Sen. Luther Strange's campaign hits at Washington insiders and liberal politicians, while touting the prosecution of former Alabama Speaker of the House Mike Hubbard and the resignation of ex-governor Robert Bentley.