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Thursday, August 12, 2010

Taylor launches first video in general election bid to unseat Wendell Mitchell

Bryan Taylor, the Prattville Republican who resigned his job as policy director for Gov. Bob Riley to run for state Senate, released his first video of the general election on Wednesday.
He is running for the District 30 seat occupied by Sen. "Walking" Wendell Mitchell, the Democrat who is running for an eighth term.
The ad is titled "Service" and references Taylor's time in the military and as a Boy Scout. He also vows never to vote himself a pay raise.
Despite previous well-funded attempts to unseat Mitchell, the popular Democrat has been reelected overwhelmingly to District 30, which includes all or part of Autauga, Elmore, Lowndes, Butler, Pike and Crenshaw counties.




-- posted by Sebastian Kitchen

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