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}}{{tnr}}'''George Flowers''' was a [[Repbublican]] candidate for [[Alabama State Senate elections, 2010#District 29|District 29]] of the [[Alabama State Senate]].  The [[Primary election dates in 2010|primary election]] was on June 1, 2010 and the general election was on [[State legislative elections, 2010|November 2, 2010]].
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}}{{tnr}}'''George Flowers''' was a [[Republican]] candidate for [[Alabama State Senate elections, 2010#District 29|District 29]] of the [[Alabama State Senate]].  The [[Primary election dates in 2010|primary election]] was on June 1, 2010 and the general election was on [[State legislative elections, 2010|November 2, 2010]].
  
 
Flowers attended and received degrees from both Auburn University and the University of Alabama.  He is currently employed as President of Cox Swimming Pools, Inc.
 
Flowers attended and received degrees from both Auburn University and the University of Alabama.  He is currently employed as President of Cox Swimming Pools, Inc.

Revision as of 14:33, 1 November 2013

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George Flowers
Candidate for
Alabama State Senate, District 29

Political party Republican
Website Campaign website
George Flowers was a Republican candidate for District 29 of the Alabama State Senate. The primary election was on June 1, 2010 and the general election was on November 2, 2010.

Flowers attended and received degrees from both Auburn University and the University of Alabama. He is currently employed as President of Cox Swimming Pools, Inc.

Flowers and his wife, Laura, have three children.

Elections

2010

See also: Alabama State Senate elections, 2010

Flowers defeated Nathan Mathis in the June 1 primary. He was defeated by incumbent Harri Anne Smith in the general election.[1][2]

Alabama State Senate, District 29 General election (2010)
Candidates Votes
Green check mark transparent.png Harri Anne Smith (I) 23,800
Jerry Freeman (R) 19,225
Alabama State Senate, District 29 Republican Primary (2010)
Candidates Votes
Green check mark transparent.png George Flowers (R) 12,797
Nathan Mathis (R) 7,181

Campaign themes

Flowers' website lists the following issues:

  • Creating Jobs and Economic Development
Excerpt: "George is committed to creating an economic environment that leads to jobs and opportunity... He’ll fight against tax increases that harm working families and small businesses, and he’ll stand up to the special interests in Montgomery to end wasteful spending and stop government growth."
  • Ethics Reform in State Government
Excerpt: "George will work to restore honesty and integrity to state government. He supports passing tough ethics measures that discourage government corruption while promising swift and severe punishment for those that commit it."
  • Stopping Illegal Immigration
Excerpt: "Illegal immigration is an issue that must now be addressed on the state and local level because federal officials are failing us at the national level."
  • Improving Education
Excerpt: "One of George’s top priorities will be improving education for all of our children and preparing our workforce for 21st century jobs. He will work to ensure that education dollars are devoted to classroom instruction and student needs."
  • Supporting our Military
Excerpt: "Ft. Rucker has a vital role in not only our national security but also the economy in our region. George will continue to support Ft. Rucker and its infrastructure needs."[3]
State legislative candidates endorsed by Tea Party organizations

Endorsements

Flowers was endorsed by:

  • The Alabama Tea Party Express [4]

External links

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