Stutts works to solidify his lead in the July runoff for State Senate

By  | July 2, 2018 | Filed under: News

Alabama State Senator Dr. Larry Stutts (R)

NORTHWEST ALABAMA – With the runoff election to select the Republican candidate for State Senate District scheduled for July 17, incumbent Larry Stutts, who garnered 47.1 percent of the votes cast in the June 6 primary. He will be facing Steve Lolley og Guin, Alabama.

Recently, Stutts sent the Quad Cities Daily a position paper from his campaign, and we present it here.

“With the June 5th primary election in the rear-view, State Senator Larry Stutts heads into the July 17th runoff with major momentum. After outpacing his closest opponent by nearly 3,000 votes, Stutts is now hard at work to seal the deal in the runoff.

“Our state has made great progress growing jobs, shrinking government, and protecting values over the last four years,” said Stutts. “With the election of President Trump and Republican momentum in Washington, we have a great opportunity to see even more gains over the next term. I am running for re-election because I have delivered the results I promised, and I believe we can accomplish great things with four more years.”

To that end, Stutts is hard at work to earn the support of his constituents. Along with consistent presence at community events and activities, he and his family have been knocking on doors and making contact with voters across the district.

“The people of our district have been incredible, and I have enjoyed sharing the results we are seeing and hearing from the voters,” said Stutts. “Over the last four years, I have worked hard to provide conservative leadership, strong constituent service, and an open ear to our citizens. It has been great hearing from appreciative voters at the doors.”

In his time in the State Senate, Stutts has established a track record as one of the state’s most ardent conservatives. He has supported lower taxes, cutting regulations, protecting the state’s monuments, defending the unborn, and toughening immigration laws.

Many observers of state politics, however, also understand that Stutts has provided a greater voice for Northwest Alabama. His influence has yielded more dollars coming into the district to fund needed local projects, and District 6 undoubtedly has become a priority in state politics.”

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