Speaker Hubbard and Governor Bentley's an Defeated Almost 2 to 1 TodayRickey Stokes
Posted by: RStokes
Date: Feb 02 2013 3:51 PM
BIRMINGHAM, Alabama – Shortly after he was re-elected Saturday as Alabama Republican Party chairman, Bill Armistead pledged to "mend fences" to unite the party.
But in the moments before ballots were cast in the heated race for the state GOP's top job, Armistead was criticizing one of the party's most formidable figures: Rep. Mike Hubbard, the speaker of the Alabama House of Representatives who opposed Armistead's bid for a second term.
Note: Speaker of the House Mike Hubbard and Alabama Governor Robert Bentley were opposed to Bill Armistead being re-elected. Some from Dothan went to the meeting who are on the Republican party to vote. Some them voted with Hubbard's request, but were defeated almost 2 to 1.
With the investigation looming over Speaker of the House Mike Hubbard and his tenure over the Alabama Repblican Party, he was a no show at the Republican meeting. Also Alabama Attorney General Luther Strange, Alabama's Chief Law Enforcement Officer??? was not at the meeting. He is also not in Midland City!