CONSERVATIVE CHRISTIANS OF ALABAMA ENDORSE CANDIDATES FOR REPUBLICAN PRIMARY

  

Conservative Christians of Alabama (CCA) is a Pro-Family organization best known for leading the charge against the battle of the Lottery, distributing some 45,000 "NO LOTTERY" yard signs. The chairman of CCA, John Killian, encourages you to take the time to vote. Please copy and forward to all of your friends. Web sites listing conservative candidates across the state can be found at Conservative

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Conservative Christians of Alabama recommend the following candidates for the June 4th Primary:

Governor: Endorse Tim James
Lieutenant Governor: Bill Armistead
Supreme Court Justice: Harold See, 
Court of Criminal Appeals Judge: H.W. "Bucky" McMillan
State Treasurer: Lisa Wallace
State Auditor: Jim W. Zeigler
Commissioner of Agriculture: J. Lee Alley
Public Service Commissioner: Allen Sanderson

Madison County, Huntsville 

State Board of Education: Matthew Boenker or Don Stout
State House District 10: Co-endorse Ken Arnold or Mike Ball
Sheriff: Mickey Brantley, Blake Dorning, or David King

Madison County Republican Executive Committee. Endorsements
At Large, Place 3: Bill Meiers
At Large, Place 5: John Wolfsberger
At Large, Place 6: Leigh Moore
At Large, Place 7: Charlie Cox or Robert Dowling
At Large, Place 8: Bob Wilkie
District 2, Place 2: John Noel or Matt Boenker
District 2, Place 3: Zyg Jastrebski
District 11, Place 2: Guy Page
District 19, Place 2: Carl Bradford
District 5 Place 2: Ken Williamson
Alabama Republican State Executive Com.
District 2, Pl.1: Tom Brown
District 3, Pl.1: Dean Johnson


Huntsville City Council, District 2: Mark Anderson Huntsville City Council, District 4, Bill Kling
Morgan County 

County Commission District 1: Brian Tharp
County Commission District 2: John Glascock
Sheriff: Scott Strickland and James Hudson
Michael Horton
Board of Education: Kevin Murphy
State House District 11: Darrell Hicks (Morgan, Cullman)
State House District 4: Micky Hammon (Morgan, Limestone)

Montgomery County

State Senate 25: Co-endorse Larry Dixon or Suzelle Josey
State Senate 26: Rick Sellers 
State House 67: Mark Story (Selma)
State House 73: David Grimes 
State House 74: Bob McKee 
State House 88: Tony Moore (Prattville)
Circuit Court: Randy James

North Alabama

State Board of Education 8: Matthew Boenker or Don Stout (Limestone, Madison, Jackson, Dekalb, Etowah)
State Senate 6: Betty Frazier or Wayne Hardy Colbert (Franklin, Marion, Winston, Fayette, Lamar)
State Senate 4: Darrel Haynes or Guy Hunt (Cullman) 
State House 11: Darrell Hicks (Cullman)
State House 36: Donnie Calhoun (Anniston)
State House 40: Pete Brooks (Jacksonville)

Central Alabama, Birmingham

Sheriff: Jim Woodward 
Tax Assessor: Robert Thomason 
Committee Endorsements: 
State Committee Dist 15 & 34 Place 2: J.C. Earnest 
State Committee Dist 43 & 48 Place 1: Betty Bostwick 
Place 2: Jeff Caddell 
State Committee Dist 52 & 57 Place 2: Don Whaley 
State Committee Dist 51: Ann Hodges Goolsby 
State Committee Dist 58: Jim McLendon 
State Senate 14: Henry E. "Hank" Erwin
State House 41: William McKinzie (Shelby)
State House 45: Keith Hall 

State House 46: Mark Gaines
State House 48: Jim Carns
State House 49: Cam Ward (Shelby)
State House 50: Laura C. Hays or Jim McClendon (St. Clair, Shelby) Shelby County Coroner: James Wagner (Shelby)
Property Tax Commissioner: Ted Crockett (Shelby)

Blount County

Sheriff: Danny Morton or Terry Osborn
Revenue Commissioner: Ann Self


Tuscaloosa

State Senate 21: Jerry Tingle (Tuscaloosa, Hale, Pickens)

State Republican Executive Committee Place 1: Starkey Armstead
State Republican Executive Committee Place 3: Don Wallace
State Republican Executive Committee Place 6: Gerald Allen
Bibb County Sheriff - Del Deason
Pickens County Commission - Harold Davis

South East Alabama

State Board of Education 2: Betty Peters  State House 92: Roger Broxton (Andalusia, Covington County)

Mobile County 

House 96: Jeanette Greene

House 101: Bess Rich 
House 105: Jack Spencer Collier
Sheriff of Mobile County: Kyle Calaghan
Revenue Commissioner: Doug Sanders

State Republican Executive Committee
Place 3: Dennis Hebert
Place 5: Owen "Mickey" McDonnell
Place 7: Dante "Jake" Piccini
Place 8: J. D. Kuffskie
Place 12: Kelly A. McGinley
Place 13: Charles Larrimore
Place 16: Richard Vining

Mobile County Republican Executive Committee
Place 15 Murphy HS Library: Jesse Ortmann
Place 45 St Johns United Methodist: John Raggett
Place 48 Our Savior Catholic Church: Jeb Shell
Place 52 E. R. Dickson School: Pat Holder
Place 66 Tanner Williams School: Freeman Jockisch
Place 78 Tillman's Corner Comm. Ct.: Jesse Rogers
Place 2 At Large: Reggie Phillips
Place 4 At Large: Mickey McDonnell
Place 6 At Large: James Van Antwerp, Jr.
Place 7 At Large: Amelda McClellan
Place 9 At Large: Margaret Crow
Place 10 At Large: Betty Raggett
Place 17 At Large: J. D. Kuffskie
District 02 Place 2: Carol Quail
District 03 Place 1: Richard Vining

Baldwin County 

State Senate 32: Randy McKinney (Baldwin)
State House 95 Steve McMillan (Baldwin)
State Republican Executive Committee, Place 2: Don McGriff (Baldwin)
Sheriff: Jimmie Johnson (Baldwin)

South West Alabama

State Senate 22 Sheldon Day or Joey Woodyard

Candidates endorsed by Conservative Christians of Alabama not contested in the Republican Primary

State House 14: Ed Fraizer (Walker, Winston, Tuscaloosa)
State House 35: Larry Sims;
State House 91: Wess Howell  (Coffee)
State Senate 3, Terry Smith (Morgan)  (email) State Senate 9, Doris Edmonds (Marshall, Madison)  (email)
State Senate 31: Greg White (Covington, Coffee, Dale, Houston)

Conservative Christians of Alabama Links

For our recommended links, click here

For candidates endorsed by the Republican Assembly, go to web site:

Ways You Can Help

1. Send the email below to every conservative Christian in Alabama. All. Keep sending it until the June 4 primary.

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Every conservative Christian in Alabama needs to vote June 4 and cast an informed vote. 

As a resource for your prayerful consideration, a list of candidates endorsed by Conservative Christians of Alabama is at:

http://www.CCofAL.org

Please prayerfully consider these candidates and urge others to follow your example. You can help by quickly forwarding this email to every conservative Christian in Alabama for whom you have an email address. Please keep sending it more and more until the June 4 primary. Thank you.

Chairman

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2. Print the list of endorsed candidates and distribute it to conservatives. Click here  for printable copy.

3. Be sure every conservative Christian becomes informed and votes. Turnout will be low. We need our people to vote.

 

Contact us: southernchristian@yahoo.com

Conservative Christians of Alabama
PO Box 39511 
Birmingham, AL 35208 


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Other Ballot Issues

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Vote NO to Amendment 1. Here is why:

This Years Amendment One, More Robbing the Principal of the Oil and Gas Trust Fund

The first amendment to be on this June 4 primary ballot will be another raid on the principal of the oil and gas payments to the Alabama Trust Fund. As you recall the other Amendment One consolidated two trust funds and set up the process to raid the principal of the Alabama Trust Fund to fund infrastructure needs. If you recall, this last Amendment One is now part of our Constitution as Amendment 666. This new one, while going for a good thing, is just another such raid of principal from that savings account belonging to Alabama citizens. The amendment on the ballot stems from HB 414 and, if passed, will create a rainy day fund for the General Fund, not the education fund, so while folks cringe at the thought of another possible year of proration in the education budget, this amendment would do nothing to stop that. The General Fund rainy day fund will be funded by receipts into the Alabama Trust Fund from oil and gas payments (principal going to the Fund) up to 6% of the General Fund for fiscal year 2003. Once established, no further amounts may be credited to the General Fund Rainy Day Account except repayments as required, that is, to repay funds taken from it to prevent proration of the General Fund. We were promised that if the first controversial Amendment One that created the first raid on the Trust Fund were passed, that it would not happen again. But, guess what, here is the next one. 

The other bad thing about this is that there is no provision for any accountability in General Fund budgeting built in to the bill. Nothing to require budgeting on last years revenue rather than pie in the sky projections. Nothing to keep the legislature from going to the fund every year to fund their appetite for more spending. They will have a ready excuse to spend more than they should, because they will have an automatic why to cover such over expenditures, that is, until they deplete the states savings account entirely and thus kill the goose that in laying the golden eggs each year. The whole idea behind the Trust Fund originally was to protect the oil and gas revenues from being squandered by an over-spending state government. Yet, here it is again.

Repayment of the ATF in future years seems to be uncertain. The proposal requires repayment within 5 years but does not set aside any money for that purpose or specify where such repayments would come from. There is no requirement to pay interest on the funds that are borrowed, which means that the ATF would lose money it could have earned. The biggest loser would be the General Fund, which depends on interest from the fund as one of its largest revenue sources. I guest then they would have to go to the General Fund Rainy Day Fund to bail it out. Talk about robbing Peter to pay Paul!

The creation of a rainy day account with no pressure to more carefully budget current resources and more carefully restrain spending would add further pressure on those who estimate revenue and those who pass budgets, especially if there is no certainty and timeliness of repayment. Thus it would create a situation where we could see raids on the funds to cover over-budgeting rather than revenue decreased actually caused by changing economic situations.

A Rainy Day Fund in a good thing to have. Most states have them. But I understand that they are funded by surpluses returned to the Fund at the end of each fiscal year or money appropriated for the fund from current revenue. 

At the least, if the ATF is to be used to initially fund these accounts, there should be a mandate that guarantees repayment from real revenues within a reasonable time, and in full, with interest, so that the ATF does not lose money. This proposal does not seem to have any of these protections.
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Christian Conservatives Endorse Candidates bring you Weekly Bible Verses

Genesis 37:1-5

Joseph Dreams of Greatness

1 Now Jacob dwelt in the land where his father was a stranger, in the land of Canaan.

2 This is the history of Jacob.
Joseph, being seventeen years old, was feeding the flock with his brothers. And the lad was with the sons of Bilhah and the sons of Zilpah, his father´┐Żs wives; and Joseph brought a bad report of them to his father.

3 Now Israel loved Joseph more than all his children, because he was the son of his old age. Also he made him a tunic of many colors.

4 But when his brothers saw that their father loved him more than all his brothers, they hated him and could not speak peaceably to him.

5 Now Joseph had a dream, and he told it to his brothers; and they hated him even more.





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