Presidential Election - Tuesday, November 3rd, 2020
The middle class isn’t a number — it’s a set of values. Owning your home. Sending your kids to college. Being able to save and get ahead. Across the country, too many families are being left behind. The next president needs to understand what the current one doesn’t: In America, no matter where you start in life, there should be no limit to what you can achieve.
We need to rebuild the middle class, and this time make sure everybody comes along — regardless of race, gender, religion, sexual orientation, or disability.
"We will make America strong again. We will make America proud again. We will make America safe again. And we will Make America Great Again!"
- President Donald J. Trump
Donald J. Trump is the very definition of the American success story, setting the standards of excellence in his business endeavors, and now, for the United States of America.
A graduate of the Wharton School of Finance, President Trump has always dreamed big and pushed the boundaries of what is possible his entire career, devoting his life to building business, jobs and the American Dream. This was brought to life by a movement he inspired in the people of America when he announced his candidacy for President of the United States in June 2015.
Bold, fearless, and gracious. That’s Dr. Jo Jorgensen, the Libertarian candidate for President. Through stories and patient explanation, she makes the case for why her solutions are the cure for what ails America.
Jo Jorgensen has the skills, drive, and experience to bring the messages of economic prosperity, health freedom, peace, and meaningful criminal justice reform to this election. She has the determination to make real change for real people if elected.
I ran for Senate in order to be a voice for reason in the turmoil of modern Washington. Now that I’ve been elected, I want to bring the hope of justice and fairness back to all Alabamians. Too many Alabamians don’t believe our government is serving them. The issues that affect our daily lives – healthcare, wages, true equality for all – have become bargaining chips between parties. These common causes must not be obscured by the fog of political rhetoric. My heart has always impelled me towards public service. Whether you voted for me or not, I care about justice and progress for you and your family, and I’m in the Senate to return dignity to the citizens of Alabama.
"After more than a year of listening to Alabama's citizens, I have heard your concerns and hopes for a better tomorrow. I am humbled to announce the next step -- I will be a Republican candidate for U.S. Senate."
- Tommy Tuberville
College Football’s 2004 Coach of the Year and two-time SEC Coach of the Year, Tommy Tuberville is most often recognized for his success on the field. But it is the legacy of his father, a highly decorated WWII veteran and Purple Heart recipient, that motivates Coach Tuberville to give back to the brave men and women of the United States Armed Forces.
ALABAMA PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION PRESIDENT
We, the people of Alabama (not Alabama Power) deserve a voice on on the PSC. Vote to support cheaper, cleaner energy in Alabama.
Laura Casey is a former actuary and attorney running for the Alabama PSC (“Public Service” Commission). For forty years, the PSC has set utility rates behind closed doors, overcharging us by billions. With our "regulators" functioning as rubber stamps for powerful utility monopolies, Alabama has been left without meaningful energy regulation. No one is protecting the air we breathe; no one is preserving the water we drink; no one is guarding our wallets. It's time for the PSC to open its doors, roll up its sleeves, and work for the people of Alabama.
Twinkle Andress Cavanaugh is called the “Working Commissioner” because she comes to work each day striving to keep Alabama’s utility rates some of the lowest in the nation. She has a three pronged approach to regulating utilities. Twinkle insists on reasonable rates and reliable utilities for consumers, which facilitates recruiting jobs to our Great State.
A deep-rooted commitment to conservative causes and policy is prevalent throughout Twinkle’s work experience. She worked at the Republican National Committee in Washington, D.C. She served as Executive Director of the Alabama Republican Party, and later became the first female Chairman of the Alabama Republican Party.
HOW TO VOTE
DEADLINES FOR NOV. 3rd ELECTION
REGISTER TO VOTE BY OCT.19th
REQUEST YOUR ABSENTEE BALLOT BY OCT.29th
HAND DELIVERED ABSENTEE BALLOTS MUST BE GIVEN TO THE ABSENTEE OFFICE BY CLOSE OF BUSINESS DAY ON NOV. 2nd
MAILED ABSENTEE BALLOTS MUST BE DELIVERED TO THE ABSENTEE OFFICE BY NOON ON NOV.3rd