The Alabama Farmers Federation is endorsing Kenneth Paschal for the Alabama House District 73 general election on July 13. House District 73 covers portions of Alabaster, Helena, Montevallo and Pelham.
“Kenneth is a conservative who worked hard to win the Republican nomination,” said John DeLoach, president of the Shelby County Farmers Federation, in a release. “He worked on his grandparents’ farm when he was growing up, so he knows the challenges farmers face and will represent us well in Montgomery.”
Paschal served 21 years in the U.S. Army, earning the rank of First Sergeant. He also received two associate degrees from Pierce College.
Paschal is a Past Post Commander of the American Legion, has volunteered with the Alabama Family Rights Association, was founder of Bridge the Gap and was state director of Bubbles of Love. He is a member of the Shelby County Republican Executive Committee and the Shelby County Chamber of Commerce.
“I am proud to have the Alabama Farmers Federation endorsement and look forward to serving them and all the other citizens of House District 73 in the Alabama Legislature,” Paschal said.
Paschal resides in Pelham and attends First Baptist Church of Pelham.