August Program: Mary Scott Hunter

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Our guest speaker will be Mary Scott Hunter from Huntsville, AL. Mrs. Scott is a candidate for Alabama Lt. Governor. We would appreciate if the media, the newspaper people, TV people and radio people would attend this meeting and help us inform everyone and get this information out to the Wiregrass, Dothan, and surrounding area. Please put this information in your pubs. Thank you for your support.

Houston Co. Republican Women Meeting, Thursday, August 24, 2017, OUR GUEST SPEAKER is Mary Scott Hunter, candidate for Lt. Governor of Alabama. Mrs. Hunter is from Huntsville, AL. Houston County Republican Women will meet Thursday, August 24, 2017 at 11:30 AM at the Wiregrass Rehab Center at 795 Ross Clark Circle, Dothan, AL. Lunch is $10.00 per person. To make your reservation, please call 334-392-0705 or email us at If you plan to attend the meeting and if you plan to have lunch, reservations are REQUIRED!! Be sure to have your reservations in by NOON, TUESDAY, August 22, 2017. It is very important to call your reservation in or email it before the DEADLINE and It is very important to call in your reservation to be sure that The Wiregrass Rehab will prepare enough food for everyone. We no longer keep a standing Reservation List!! Go to our Website or Facebook Page Houston County Republican Women to learn more about HOW to become a member and what is going on in the local, state, and federal Republican Party. The cost is $25 per person or $50 per couple. We also invite men to become a member of Houston Co. Republican Women. Ladies, bring your husband, or friend to come and join us!! Forms for membership are on our website, or they will be on the tables at the meeting. We need your Help! Please come out and learn more about how YOU can help your City, State and your Country! We need your Help to “Get Our Country Back Again”!!!


Mary Scott Hunter has thrown her hat in the ring to become the next Lieutenant Governor of Alabama. The position has been vacant since former Lt. Gov. Kay Ivey became Governor.

Hunter is a current Alabama State Board of Education member, but has her eye on the future. “I’m ready to do something a little bigger, throw my net a little wider,” she explained. “I am running for Lieutenant Governor, and I’m very excited about that.”
Hunter said this was not a decision she made lightly. She has thought about it a lot, and decided this was the time to act.

“You have to make a thoughtful decision, but this is one of those decisions where you lead with your heart,” she explained. “It’s time for Alabama to have leaders they can really be proud of and leaders that have a vision. I want to be that. I do have a vision for this state.”
Hunter said her vision revolves around education, ethics, and workforce development. She believes she has the right resume for the job.
“I offer myself, and what I stand for,” she said. “My resume, as a military member, as a lawyer, as a businesswoman, as a mom. I think I understand what our state needs.”

Hunter said she will use her experience on the state board of education to continue to work on behalf of education in the state of Alabama, but she also has her sights on something else. “Ethics matter, ethics matter, ethics matter,” she said. “Our leaders have to keep that at the forefront.” Later, she added, “I will pay attention to that, you can count on it.”

Hunter grew up in Baldwin County and later graduated from the University of Alabama and the University of Alabama School of Law before joining the Air Force. She served for ten years as an Air Force Judge Advocate General. She and her husband then settled in Huntsville where they work in business.

Hunter has some competition, though. Her opponent, Alabama state Senator Rusty Glover (R-Mobile County) has also announced a run for Lieutenant Governor.