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Wednesday, January 20, 2010

Jeremy Walker Announces for House District 73

Montgomery attorney Jeremy Walker announced Wednesday that he will face two-term state Rep. David Grimes in the Republican primary in June.

Walker made his announcement on the State House steps in front of a crowd of supporters vowing to focus on economic development, ethics and restoring integrity to government.

"With unemployment at 10 percent, creating and protecting jobs is more important than ever," he said. "

Walker said if he is elected the first bill he introduces would be one that repeals the 62 percent pay raise that legislators voted for themselves in 2007. He said that money is a state employee or a teacher's salary that could have been paid to help the citizens of the state.

"I'm a fighter and I've been a leader," he said. "And I will bring that fight and leadership to the state house."

-- posted by Markeshia Ricks


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