Phyllis Harvey-Hall (D)

Phyllis Harvey-Hall grew up in Evergreen, Alabama. Neither of her parents (Andrew and Georgia Harvey) finished high school. Nevertheless, her parents and grandparents pushed her to finish high school. She was the first high school graduate in three generations of her family. She went on to Alabama State University and graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in Elementary Education.

Harvey-Hall began her career as an educator in Montgomery Public Schools as a young woman eager to change the world through education. After faithfully serving 25 years, Harvey-Hall retired from Montgomery Public Schools. Since retiring shecontinued her career in public service, including working with the Family Sunshine Center and the National Association of Educational Progress (NAEP).

After retiring from teaching sixth graders in Montgomery, AL. Currently, she is with as a Testing Coordinator for the National Association of Educational Progress. Harvey-Hall is known for faith in God, her passion for helping people, her positive energy, and her belief in the concept of community. She has dedicated herself to educating youth and helping people who fall on hard times. Harvey- Hall has helped battered families and often uses any available platform to discuss the importance of early education. These experiences have shown her that all people are facing similar challenges, and she welcomes the opportunity to become a more well-rounded advocate for the all living in US Congressional District 2.

Phyllis Harvey-Hall lives in Montgomery with her husband, daughter, and granddaughter.

Troy King (R)

Troy King (Republican Party) was the Attorney General of Alabama. He assumed office in 2004. He left office in 2010.

King is running for election to the U.S. House to represent Alabama’s 2nd Congressional District. He is on the ballot in the Republican primary on March 3, 2020.

King was a candidate for Attorney General of Alabama. King lost the primary runoff on July 17, 2018, after advancing from the primary on June 5, 2018.

King was a Republican Attorney General of Alabama from 2004 to 2010. He was appointed to the statewide position by Republican Governor Bob Riley in 2004 following the resignation of William Pryor to accept a federal judgeship before being officially elected two years later. In the 2010 primary election, King was defeated by attorney Luther Strange (R).[1]

Attorney General Steve Marshall (R) ran for the post for the first time after being appointed in 2017. No candidate received a majority of the vote, leading to a runoff election on July 17, 2018. The two candidates who appeared in the runoff were incumbent Steve Marshall (R), who received 28.4 percent of the vote in the June primary, and former Attorney General Troy King (R), who received 28.0 percent.

Marshall joined Alabama Governor Kay Ivey (R) and South Carolina Governor Henry McMaster (R) as Republican state executives running for a first full term after being appointed to office, and faced multiple Republican primary challengers. Those challengers in the June 5 Republican primary included former Attorney General Troy King (R), former U.S. Attorney Alice Martin (R), and former Donald Trump Alabama campaign chairman Chess Bedsole (R).

Jeff Coleman (R)

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A faith-filled businessman, Jeff serves as Chairman of Coleman Worldwide Moving, one of Alabama’s 30 largest companies and employs thousands of people across the country. Jeff is also a graduate of the Air War College National Security Forum and was appointed to serve as the Civilian Aide to the Secretary of the Army for Alabama in June 2017.

Like President Trump, Jeff is a conservative outsider and a businessman who cares more about doing what’s right for Alabama families and the country than winning an election.

In addition to backing pro-business policies and our military, Jeff supports common-sesnse immigration reform that includes a strong, secure border and policies that benefit Alabama’s agriculture industry like free and fair trade.

What are the main points you want voters to remember about your goals for your time in office?

  • Securing our borders and putting a stop to illegal immigration
  • Standing by our military bases and veterans here in Alabama
  • Strengthening our economy and creating jobs

What areas of public policy are you personally passionate about?

  • Immigration
  • Veteran Care
  • Strengthening America’s Economy

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