Recommended Conservative Candidates for Mayor and City Council Alabama 2012
Birmingham Area Candidates for MayorAdamsville Mayor - Pam Palmer
Hueytown Mayor - Delor Baumann
Midfield Mayor - Gary Richardson
Gardendale Mayor - Othell Phillips
Sylvania Mayor - Tony Goolesby,
Oxford - Mayor - Christy Hughes
Montgomery Area Candidates for MayorPhenix City - Mayor - Eddie Lowe
Tallassee - Mayor - Fred Randall Hughey
Prattville - Mayor - Bill Gillespie
Wetumpka - Mayor - Ken Hammock
Pike Road - Mayor -David Hughes
Mayor: Ken Hammock
Dist. 1, Kathy Holt or Frank Bertarelli Dist. 2, Percy Gill Dist. 3, Garris Welch
Dist. 4, Chris Carter Dist. 5, Bob Barker
Selma - Mayor - George Evans
North Alabama Candidates for MayorMadison - Mayor and City Council
Mayor - Don Palmer
District 1 - Tim Holcombe
District 2 - Steve Smith
District 3 - D.J. Klein
District 4 - Mike Potter
District 6 - Gerald Clark
District 7 - Ronica Ondocsin
Huntsville - Mayor - Jacki Reed or Tommy Battle?
Commit: Tommy Battle has in many ways done a creditable job, bu this endorsement of the Property Tax to be voted on August 28, and his close support and association with the Huntsville Housing Authority, defines Tommy Battle as not being very conservative.
Loretta Spencer has been associated too closely with the Democrat left, too close to many scandals, and her use of the police force to harass pro life demonstrators, defines Loretta as TOO Liberal.
Jacki Reed - known as the Huntsville Unofficial Watch Dog is the most creditable candidate.
Ask Jacki Reed about property taxes? Every City Councilman could learn from her. Read below about property tax vote on August 28.
Huntsville School Board - District 1 - Gwen Ragland
Decatur - Mayor Don Stanford,
Athens - Mayor Ronnie Marks or Brad Horner
Hartselle - Mayor - Don Hall or Lee Hartsell
Cullman - Mayor Marshall Rowe
Anniston - Mayor - Vaughn Stewart
Owens Cross Roads
Rainsville Mayor - D.L. Stiefel
VOTE NO TO PROPERTY TAX IN HUNTSVILLE August 28, 2012The following organizations recommend a NO vote to the property tax in Huntsville, subject to the voters on August 28, 2012.
Conservative Christians of Alabama
Alabama Issues of the DayMORE TAXES PLANNED. With the Obama Recession that we are in, Alabama tax revenues are forcing the state to either cut back or find more ways to gouge the tax payer. The latest ploy is to use a 1939 law, and use it to tax and regulate the internet. The wish to burden Alabama businesses with more paper work, and force the tax payers to pay new sales taxes on purchases through the Internet. If this passes, a NEW tax burden will be added when you file your income taxes, pay sales taxes on everything you bought on the Internet. Ask you local legislator to VOTE NO. Alabama Internet Tax Bill
Alabama Constitution Amendment Election September 18, 2012The General Accounting Office estimates that 10 to 15 percent of payments to Medicaid providers are fraudulent. That means $600 to $900 million of fraud each year in Alabama’s $6 billion Medicaid program. That’s four to six times more than the $146 million the Governor wants to take from the Alabama Trust Fund each year. Read more about the Alabama Constitution Amendment election to be held on September 18, 2012 http://ccofal.org/alabama/alabama-constitution.phtml Alabama Constitution Amendment September 18, 2012
Alabama Forever Wild Constitutional AmendmentIn the middle of a recession, should Alabama Taxpayers spend $300 Million to purchase more land for so-called conservation efforts, or should the funds be used to build more highways and create thousands of needed jobs in Alabama? Alabamians are told that funds for "Forever Wild" do not cost them a penny because they come from Alabama gas royalties for the Alabama Trust Fund. But there is no such thing as a free lunch!
Over 222,000 acres of Alabama land have been taken out of production of the private sector (and the tax rolls) and converted into idle, non production status. We have seen the federal government, especially under President Bill Clinton, grab thousands of acres of land, and take them out of use from the private sector. Forever Wild is the state version of what Bill Clinton has done for the environmental "land grab" lobby.
The Alabama Forever Wild Program is an example of a liberal environmentalist dream to squander tax payers dollars. Vote NO to the Alabama Forever Wild Constitutional Amendment. Read more about
The national news media respects and fears the Tea Party movement.
We get credit for a lot of things we have done, and not done. In these difficult days, we need to confront our elected officials and encourage them to do the right thing.
Alabama Tea Party, holds regular events and tea parties in cities across Alabama in 2012 Click for more info: - Alabama Tea Party
Alabama Gun ShowsOver 20 Gun Shows will be in Alabama during 2012, and one near you. Do you have adequate protection during these perilous times? For an Alabama Gun Show near you, click here: Alabama Gun Shows Schedule and VPI gun Shows
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