Former U.S. Senate candidate qualified today to run for Lieutenant Governor of Alabama as a Democrat

By  | February 5, 2018 | Filed under: News
FLORENCE-Dr. Will Boyd, former Democratic candidate for the U.S. Senate in Alabama’s 2017 special election, filed his declaration of candidacy for the office of Lieutenant Governor of Alabama this afternoon.

“Alabama needs a Lieutenant Governor who will fight for a stronger economy, truly

Dr. Will Boyd

affordable healthcare, and quality public education for all,” said Dr. Boyd. “My priority following the primary was to do all I could to help get Doug Jones elected as U.S. Senator. Now it’s time to elect other strong Democrats statewide so we can lead Alabama forward!”

Dr. Boyd filed the required paperwork with the Secretary of State, the Alabama Ethics Commission, and the Alabama Democratic Party to get his name on the June 5th primary election ballot.
“Travelling all over the state for the past two years, Alabamians have asked that I strongly consider running for one of Alabama’s constitutional offices,” said Boyd, a former city councilman in Illinois, current chairman of the Lauderdale County Democratic Executive Committee and a newly elected member of the State Democratic Executive Committee. “I am answering the people’s call and will be honored to serve if they choose to elect me.”
Media release/David Person
Chief Media Strategist
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