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Randy Brinson is a respected member of the medical field, an Air Force Veteran, business owner, job creator, and foreign policy advisor. Brinson has ties to the evangelical community through his work with the Alabama Christian Coalition and Redeem The Vote.
Together, we can do great things for Alabama, and the United States of America
Common Sense Healthcare Plan
Montgomery businessman and physician, Randy Brinson, candidate for the U.S. Senate seat previously held by U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions, spoke at Alabama Republican Party Headquarters. Brinson outlined his plans to fight corruption, repeal and replace Obamacare, protect the Constitution, end Common Core, grow the economy, create jobs, and promote common-sense Alabama values in Washington, D.C.
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Dr. Brinson: "...I called out Luther Strange for being 'Mr. Corruption,' and the more we look, the more we see that… https://t.co/PDgreQOkjW
RT @VoteBrinson: Pate, who was voting for Luther Strange is keeping her options open. She was especially enamored with Randy Brinson. https…
Dr. Brinson visits with a new supporter in Greenville Al. Vote for Dr. Randy Brinson on August 15.… https://t.co/F3VusVdW7y
Join Dr. Randy Brinson for a Healthcare forum Friday, August 11th at 2:00pm He will be talking about his Healthcare plan that he is presenting to President Trump and how to reverse Obamacare. This is a telephone conference call and is open to everyone. Please call in 5-10 minutes ahead of time to ensure your spot. (641)715-0700 Access code 582178
Brinson said, “It has been an interesting year in Alabama politics. … This election has been as much about scandal as it has been about issues.” Brinson criticized Strange, “From his shady appointment to his shady contributions and campaign finance violations similar to what Gov. Bentley was convicted of.” “Sadly it looks like the Alabama Ethics Commission will not be doing its duties at least before the election.” There have been a number of ethics complaints filed against Luther Strange since April over his controversial appointment by then Governor Robert Bentley and about alleged campaign finance violations. Tuscaloosa businessman Stan Pate filed another one on Thursday, August 10. The Alabama Ethics Commission postponed their meeting until Wednesday, August 16, the day after the primary, so there will no ruling released before Tuesday’s primary. Dr. Brinson said, “The voters of Alabama deserve to have these questions answered before election day.”