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Alabama Realtors announce highly sought-after endorsements in 2024 GOP primary

The political arm of the Alabama Association of Realtors announced its endorsement of candidates for Alabama’s upcoming March 5, 2024 primary elections.

The list of Alabama Realtors Political Action Committee (ARPAC) endorsements includes candidates respectively for the Alabama Public Service Commission, Courts of both Civil and Criminal Appeals — as well as Chief Justice of the Alabama Supreme Court.

According to the group, which composes an unequivocal voice for real estate professionals across the state, all candidates endorsed exhibit a commitment to home ownership, private property rights, and economic growth and development. 

“Each of these candidates share the principles, values, and pro-business beliefs that the Alabama Association of REALTORS® embraces, and I am confident that their election will help Alabama maintain a growing and healthy real estate industry,” CEO Jeremy Walker said. 

Their 2024 primary endorsements were announced as follows:

Alabama Public Service Commission

  • President: Twinkle Cavanaugh 

Alabama Supreme Court

  • Chief Justice: Bryan Taylor
  • Place 1: Chris McCool
  • Place 2: No Endorsement
  • Place 3: Will Sellers
  • Place 4: Jay Mitchell

Alabama Court of Civil Appeals

  • Place 1: Christy Edwards
  • Place 2: Chad Hanson
  • Place 3: Terry Moore

Alabama Court of Criminal Appeals

  • Place 1: Richard Minor
  • Place 2: Thomas Govan
  • Place 3: Bill Cole

Alabama Board of Education

  • District 3: Kelly Mooney
  • District 7: Doug Bacchus

Federally, the National Association of Realtors PAC announced its endorsed candidates in Alabama’s U.S. House of Representatives primary races:

  • District 1: No Endorsement
  • District 2: No Endorsement
  • District 3: Mike Rogers
  • District 4: Robert Aderholt
  • District 5: Dale Strong
  • District 6: Gary Palmer
  • District 7: Terri Sewell

“Candidates earning ARPAC’s endorsement have demonstrated a deep commitment to issues like private property rights, economic development, and helping small business owners succeed and expand,” ARPAC’s 2024 Trustees Chair, Timothy Mills, said.

“We encourage our REALTOR® members across the state and the individuals and families they serve to join us in supporting these outstanding candidates.”

Grayson Everett is the state and political editor for Yellowhammer News. You can follow him on Twitter @Grayson270

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