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Record Number of Black Women are Candidates in Alabama.

Nearly three dozen African-American women are running for office as Democrats in deep-red Alabama.  It’s an unprecedented number, according to Democratic party officials. Like me, many are running for the first time. 

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For eight years, I had an unimpeded seat at the table as legislation was being created by the Birmingham City Council. More than 200,000 residents counted on me. A particular routine caught the attention of Forbes.com.

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"Until you dig a hole, you plant a tree, you water it and make it survive, you haven't done a thing. You are just talking," Wangari Maathai said. I'm not afraid of working hard at anything.

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With a woodpecker diligently whacking at a dead tree in search of insects, the transformation of the vacant lot in the historic Woodlawn community began.

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Alabama’s conservation lands provide spectacular scenery and opportunities for outdoor recreation that attract visitors to the state.

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No matter the issue, I like to explore new ideas and options.

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Bring some common-sense ideas straight from the people to the Alabama House of Representatives.

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