Alabama State Employees Association

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Alabama State Employees Association
Website:Official Website
The Alabama State Employees Association (ASEA) originated as the State Employees Social Club in the 1940's. In 1971, it became the ASEA and adopted the more formal goal of working to better the quality of life of state employees. Currently, the ASEA has 130 local chapters across the state and has created a second branch for retired state employees, ASEA Retired.[1]

Campaign Contributions

State Candidates

2010

In 2010, the ASEA contributed $214,405 to senate candidates in Alabama and $271,600 to state representative candidates. The ASEA was the 20th and 7th largest donor in senate and house elections, respectively.

The top 5 recipients of campaign contributions from the ASEA in 2010 were:[2]

Candidate Amount Result


Democratic Party Roger Bedford, Jr., Senate $24,500 Approveda
Democratic Party Jim Folsom, Jr., Lieutenant Governor $15,550 Defeatedd
Democratic Party Larry Means, Senate $14,500 Defeatedd
Democratic Party Zeb Little, Senate $13,000 Defeatedd
Democratic Party Tom Butler, Senate $12,500 Defeatedd

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