Yesterday was a GOOD day. Lots of folks turned out for the Montgomery GOP candidate forum. A special treat was visiting with Mrs. Perry Hooper, Sr. Ms. Marilyn is a beautiful lady, and was so encouraging to me. At my next stop in Prattville, I received the endorsement of the Alabama Republican
Bobby Lee Cook is the real life lawyer on which the character Matlock was created. At 91 his speech about liberty, justice and freedom and the foundation of law in our country is timeless and has been riveting. It is no coincidence that I am here, being reminded of the role of judges in this
Special thanks to Judge Michelle Thomason for speaking at Graceport’s Fairhope worship service today. She did a wonderful job! You can watch and hear her message on the Graceport Church Facebook page. Michelle and Tony have been part of the Graceport family since we began. We are honored
Rally #2 today – Walker County with Judge Henry Allred, Tana Collins and Addi. Just love the folks in Jasper. Thank you Tony for driving me these 600 miles today, and thanks to Mom and Dad Thomason for taking care of Mo and his broken foot while we are gone!
Had the warmest reception last night at the Montgomery Republican Executive Committee Meeting. Thank you, Pat, for having me as your speaker and allowing me plenty of time to share my legal experience and my judicial philosophy with you all! #RoadWarrior #ALGOP #VoteJudgeThomason
I got to add another courthouse to my list, thanks to Judge Lori Ingram and Judge Kevin Moulton. I enjoyed meeting all of the court staff after a wonderful lunch at the Houston County Republican Women’s meeting. Headed north! #RoadWarrior #BigState #ALGOP #ALPolitics. #LoveTheWiregrass
Thank you Ricky Stokes! I told him last night how much God’s hand has been in my campaign. Yesterday morning was the first time I have ever just walked up and introduced myself to someone in a Waffle House, but I did. Still didn’t know who he was until he walked into my meet and greet
KOKOMO, Ind. (WISH) — Some veterans in trouble with the law will have the chance to avoid jail time by participating in a new program to help steer their lives in the right direction. It’s called veterans court. It’s already being done in several places around the state,