February Meeting Announced

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HOUSTON COUNTY REPUBLICAN WOMEN, WILL MEET, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 2018 AT 11:00. PLEASE READ THE INFORMATION BELOW ABOUT THE TIME CHANGES!!!!

FEBRUARY 22, 2018 – PLEASE JOIN US FOR A “SOCIAL TIME”

“MEET AND GREET” SOCIAL TIME – 11:00 AM

LUNCH BEGINS AT 11:30 AM

MEETING BEGINS AT 12:00 NOON

WE CONTINUE TO MEET AT:

WIREGRASS REHAB CENTER
795 ROSS CLARK CIRCLE
DOTHAN, AL

THE DEADLINE TO MAKE A RESERVATION FOR LUNCH IS TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 20TH NOON!!!! YOU CAN EMAIL hcrwlunch@gmail.com OR CALL OR TEXT SUE O’DONNELL AT 334-392-0705 OR 502-321-2475

PLEASE INVITE SOMEONE TO COME WITH YOU!! WE NEED MORE PEOPLE TO LEARN WHAT THEY CAN DO FOR OUR CITY, STATE, AND COUNTRY!!! DON’T FORGET THE NEW TIME AND TELL OTHERS!!!!

Our guest speakers for the meeting are: Melanie Hill – Candidate for AL State Board of Education, District 2; Andy Hughes – Candidate for Houston County Sheriff; Troy King – Candidate for the Office of Alabama Attorney General; Barry Moore – Candidate for US Congress, 2nd District. Be sure to come out to hear what these candidates plan for the state of Alabama. Thank you.

 

Melanie Hill – Candidate for AL State Board of Education District 2

melaniehill2Hill made the announcement Tuesday in front a standing room only crowd of supporters at the Wiregrass Rehabilitation Center. She is running for the State Board of Education District 2 seat. Hill recently concluded her role as Bright Key Program Director to pursue the office. Her platform is called “Ideas to Action.” Hill remains dedicated to making a difference in Alabama’s school systems.

“It’s about mainly getting ideas from the people with feet on the ground – the teachers, the administrators – and taking their ideas and putting them into action because we’ve got to listen to them,” said Hill. “They know more about what’s going on and what needs to go on in the state of Alabama, and so I will definitely be listening to them a lot.”

Hill holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from Samford University and a Master’s Degree in Counseling/Psychology from Troy University. In addition, she has been a consultant for more than 21 years in the healthcare/hospice industry. Currently, she offers professional development services through Whittaker Marketing in Dothan, AL.

Andy Hughes – Candidate for Sheriff of Houston County

andyhughesphoto1Former Houston County Sheriff Andy Hughes is looking to get his old job back. Hughes made the announcement earlier today on social media.

“I would like to officially announce my candidacy for the office of Houston County Sheriff. Much was accomplished during my first two terms as Sheriff. I feel that with my professional experience and my capable and effective style of leadership I am the best candidate to again serve as your Sheriff during these ever changing and turbulent times we are facing today. A Sheriff must be many things to many people; a leader, an administrator, a communicator, a counselor, a protector of individual rights and a friend just to name a few. I look forward to the opportunity to serve you again as your Sheriff.”

Hughes first won the office back in 2006 and served almost two terms before taking a job in Montgomery with the Alabama Law Enforcement Agency.

Troy King – Candidate for Attorney General

troykingphoto2018Troy Robin King (born August 22, 1968) is the former attorney general of the state of Alabama, United States. He previously served as an assistant attorney general and a legal adviser to both Republican governors Bob Riley and Fob James. King was appointed by Governor Bob Riley in 2004, when William Pryor resigned to accept a federal judgeship. He then defeated Mobile County District Attorney John Tyson, Jr., in the 2006 election by a 54-46% margin. He sought a second term but was defeated in the Republican primary, securing 40 percent of the vote to the roughly 60 percent by Luther Strange.

King was born in Elba, Alabama where his father was a real estate agent. King credits his interest in politics to being told at age 10 by his father that a canceled family vacation was the fault of President Jimmy Carter. He is a Baptist. King received his undergraduate degree from Troy University and is a 1994 graduate of the University of Alabama Law School.

 

 

BARRY MOORE – Candidate for US Congress 2nd Congressional District2

barrymoorephoto2018A former soldier, Barry Moore is a fighter. He is determined to bring radical change to Washington and to deliver prosperity, increased freedom, and protection of our values to District 2. At this crucial time in our nation’s history, we need unashamed conservative leaders who will stand in the trenches with President Trump to Make America Great Again, and Barry Moore’s leadership, conviction, and faith make him the ideal candidate to do just that. As a lifelong resident of our district, Barry Moore knows the needs of District 2. A proud graduate of Enterprise High School, Barry learned a deep love of community from a young age. In 1992, he earned a Bachelor of Science degree from Auburn University. While at Auburn, Barry was a member of the Army ROTC program. Upon graduation, Barry received a commission to the Alabama National Guard and Army Reserve. Shortly thereafter, he married Heather Hopper Moore, whom he met at Auburn. The two have been happily married for 25 years. Barry Moore will NEVER be confused for a politician. He spent six years serving his country in the military and started a small business, Barry Moore Industries. Based in Enterprise, the company has thrived under Barry’s leadership. Employing dozens of people, BMI performs a wide range of tasks throughout District 2 and is a highly respected company.

Barry’s testimony is one of battle-field tested faith. He stood up and fought for what was right for Alabamians, his family and his community. President Trump can count on Barry Moore to stand up for him. No one will out work Barry or compromise his values. It’s time Alabama had a REAL CONSERVATIVE working for the people and with the people.