(MONTGOMERY, AL) – The Marshall Campaign has announced 32 DA endorsements from around the state, including 6 Democrats, ahead of the November 6th General Election.

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
Stephen Billy, Escambia County*
Wilson Blaylock, Cullman County
Robert Broussard, Madison County
Pamela Casey, Blount County
Christopher Connolly, Lauderdale County
Kenneth Davis, Russell County*
Greg Griggers, Greene, Marengo & Sumter Counties*
Steve Giddens, Talladega 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
Ben Reeves, Barbour & Bullock Counties*
Ashley Rich, Mobile County
Scott Slatton, Marion & Winston Counties
Spencer Walker, Clarke, Choctaw & Washington Counties*
Hays Webb, Tuscaloosa County
Jeffrey Willis, Clay & Coosa Counties
Jody Willoughby, Etowah County
Robert Wilters, Baldwin County
*denotes Democratic affiliation 

Democratic District Attorney Ben Reeves, Jr. of Barbour & Bullock counties issued the following statement:

“Steve Marshall is the experienced prosecutor we need in the Attorney General’s office. He has proven his commitment to the people of Alabama over the last year and a half and I’m confident he has what it takes to work with both Republicans and Democrats as we continue to fight crime in our communities.”