Attorney General Steve Marshall Announces Statewide Republican DA Endorsements

(MONTGOMERY, AL) – The Marshall Campaign has rolled out endorsements of 25 Republican District Attorneys from around the state ahead of the July 17th run-off.

Steve Marshall served as a prosecutor and DA in Marshall County for over 15 years before becoming Attorney General. Marshall is also a past president of the Alabama District Attorneys Association and served as the AL state representative to the National District Attorneys Association.

DA Endorsements of Steve Marshall for Attorney General:
Bill Adair, Walker County
Kirke Adams, Dale & Geneva Counties
Scott Anderson, Morgan County
Tom Anderson, Coffee & Pike Counties
Mike Anderton, Jefferson County
Wilson Blaylock, Cullman County
Robert Broussard, Madison County
Christopher Connolly, Lauderdale County
Randall Houston, Autauga, Chilton & Elmore Counties
Brandon Hughes, Lee County
Errek Jett, Lawrence County
Everette Johnson, Marshall County
Brian Jones, Limestone County
Patrick Jones, III, Henry & Houston Counties
Jill Lee, Shelby County
Brian McVeigh, Calhoun & Cleburne Counties
Walt Merrell, Covington County
Mike O’Dell, Cherokee & Dekalb Counties
Jason Pierce, Jackson County
Ashley Rich, Mobile County
Scott Slatton, Marion & Winston Counties
Hays Webb, Tuscaloosa County
Jeffrey Willis, Clay & Coosa Counties
Jody Willoughby, Etowah County
Robert Wilters, Baldwin County

Ashley Rich, District Attorney of Mobile County, released the following statement:

“There is no one more committed to fighting crime than Steve Marshall. Steve has been an invaluable resource for us in working to keep our communities safe and a constant ally for crime victims. Alabama has and will continue to thrive under his leadership as Attorney General.”

Randall Houston, District Attorney of Autauga, Chilton & Elmore counties, added:

“I’m endorsing Steve Marshall for AG because I’ve seen firsthand the strong work ethic he has in protecting the people of Alabama. Steve’s many years of experience as a prosecutor and District Attorney in Marshall County make him uniquely qualified to be our state’s Chief Law Enforcement Officer.”

Attorney General Steve Marshall expressed his appreciation for this support from law enforcement:

“I’m honored to have the endorsement of so many District Attorneys across Alabama. It was my top priority when I came into office to build a strong partnership with law enforcement that would allow us to fight crime more efficiently – this support shows that we’ve been successful in that endeavor. I look forward to continuing to build upon what we’ve started for four more years as Attorney General.”