Rep. Terry Everett To Retire

Danny is reporting that Rep. Terry Everett (R-AL 2nd District) plans to retire at the end of his current term. He’s also covering the rumors and certainties of who will run to take Everett’s place. The district, which encompasses Montgomery and several counties south (see map here), leans Republican — but not as much as my very own 6th District.  Stay tuned.

5 Responses to “Rep. Terry Everett To Retire”

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