GRACE HITS THE ROAD TO PICKUP SUPPORT
Dorman Grace is hitting the road this week to "pickup" support for his campaign in the July 13 Republican runoff for Alabama Commissioner of Agriculture and Industries.
Farmers from throughout the state will be joining Grace in a caravan of pickups that will crisscross Alabama Wednesday and Thursday. Some farmers will make the entire journey; others will drive through their county or may join the group at one of the rally points.
The Huntsville rally is at 9 a.m. Wednesday at the Huntsville Depot on Church Street. The next stop will be 2 p.m. at Kelly Trailer Sales on Highway 87 in Alabaster just off I-65.
Thursday's rally begins at 10 a.m. in a field on Vaughn Road just east of the Taylor Road intersection in Montgomery. The last stop will be in Dothan at 2 p.m. at SunSouth John Deere, 168 Ross Clark Circle. "I'll be driving my own truck in the caravan just like the other farmers," Grace said. "They know I'm a farmer just like them. We've done a good job of getting our message out; now, we've got to make sure we get our voters out for the July 13th runoff."
Grace, who is a third-generation farmer from Walker County, has been endorsed by the Alabama Farmers Federation. For more info visit DormanGrace.com,.