Alice Martin Speaks with Downtown Republican Women’s Club

(Huntsville, AL) – Today, Republican candidate for Attorney General Alice Martin spoke to the Downtown Republican Women of Huntsville.

Alice Martin is currently in position to be the first female Attorney General in Alabama’s history as she continues to travel around the state spreading her message. “I am encouraged by the outpouring of support I have received so far in my campaign, and look forward to speaking to more hard-working people every day,” said Martin. “The Downtown Republican Women of Huntsville understands the problems facing Alabama, and I was excited to have the opportunity to hear their concerns and share with them my plan for the AG’s office.”

After a strong month of fundraising, Alice Martin’s campaign is gaining a lot of traction with hard-working people across Alabama, as she continues to build her team and grassroots framework. “Our message is hitting home with people who want to see our government serve people, not special interest. This state has seen too much corruption in Alabama’s government for years; our citizens deserve better. It’s time to bring the rule of law back to Alabama and do away with the system that protects politicians.”

The Downtown Republican Women’s meeting took place on July 18th at Below the Radar Brewhouse located at 220 Holmes Ave NE, Huntsville.

“It has been an incredible start to this campaign, and I look forward to the hard work that lies ahead. Speaking to more groups like the Downtown Republican Women is going to be a big part of the future of this campaign,” Said Martin.
Alice Martin is a Deputy Attorney General and previously served as Chief Deputy Attorney General, running the office for Luther Strange from 2015 until his move to the U.S. Senate. Under her leadership, resources of the public corruption unit were doubled and former Speaker of the House Mike Hubbard was convicted. Martin also previously served as a federal prosecutor for President Reagan and George H.W. Bush, and as United States Attorney for President George W. Bush. Seeing no effort to combat corruption in government, Martin established the North Alabama Corruption Task Force which obtained 140 federal corruption convictions and earned her a spot in Corporate Fraud Report’s list of the top ten prosecutors in the country.