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Hubbard was uncontested in the June 1 primary.  He now faced incumbent [[David Grimes]] in the November 2 general election.
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Revision as of 18:02, 8 November 2010

Joseph Lister Hubbard
Candidate for
Alabama House of Representatives, District 73

Political party Democratic
Profession Attorney
Website Campaign website
Joseph Lister Hubbard was a Democratic candidate for District 73 of the Alabama House of Representatives. The primary election was on June 1, 2010 and the general election was on November 2.

Hubbard graduated from Huntingdon College. He went on to receive his JD from Cumberland School of Law. He then served as a law clerk for Justice Champ Lyons of the Alabama Supreme Court. Hubbard then began practicing law in Montgomery. He is currently employed with Webb & Eley. He has also served as a legislative analyst for the Alabama House of Representatives' Public Safety Committee.

Hubbard and his wife, Ashley, have two children.

Elections

2010

See also: Alabama House of Representatives elections, 2010

Hubbard was uncontested in the June 1 primary. He defeated incumbent Republican David Grimes in the November 2 general election.[1]

Campaign themes

Hubbard's website lists the following issues:

  • Jobs
Excerpt: "We will work with our Mayor, City Council, and County Commission to find new ways to bring quality, sustainable jobs to Montgomery; we must support and nurture the small businesses that are an integral part of the local economy. "
  • Education
Excerpt: "If we all take ownership of Montgomery’s school system, we will all see the benefits, through a highly trained workforce, highly educated individuals who embrace the idea of lifetime learning, and property values that reflect a top tier school system. "
  • Ethics Reform
Excerpt: "We must disclose all business that is conducted in the Statehouse, including opening the ‘closed door’ attitude where king–makers work without the knowledge of the public."[2]

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