INTERVIEW Scott Stadthagen Seeks 1st Term As District 9 Representative

INTERVIEW Scott Stadthagen Seeks 1st Term As District 9 Representative

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INTERVIEW Scott Stadthagen Seeks 1st Term As District 9 Representative

Scott Stadthagen is a first-time candidate for elective office. Stadthagen was among the first in the state to file his election qualifying paperwork. He will be seeking to represent the citizens of District 9 (portions of Cullman, Madison, and Morgan) in the Alabama State House.

In this interview, we ask Mr. Stadthagen to provide a self-assessment on what qualifies him to seek this office, how he plans to campaign against his numerous opponents in the coming election campaign, and – if elected – what his plan and goals will be for his District and it’s residents:

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There are MANY seats up for grabs in 2018 Election Season in Cullman County:

√ = Officially qualified to run for office
(i) – incumbents
(R) = Republican
(D) = Democrat

Alabama State Senator
District 4
√ Paul Bussman (R) (i)
√ Garlan Gudger (R)

Alabama State Representatives
District 9 – open seat
Scott Stadthagen (R) of Hartselle
√ James R. Bowling (R) of Battleground
√ Justin Morrow (R) of Hartselle

√ Terrie Jones Savage (D)

District 11
√ Randall Shedd (R) (i)

District 12
√ Corey Harbison (R) (i)
√ Alex Chaney (R) (i)

Associate Cullman County Commissioners
Place 1
Kerry Watson (R) (i)

Place 2
Garry Marchman (R) (i)
√ Andy C. Coffey (R)

Cullman County Sheriff
Matt Gentry (R) (i)

Cullman County Coroner
Jeremy L. Kilpatrick (R) (i)

√ Gary Murphree (D)

32nd Circuit Judge
Gregory Nicholas (R) (i)

32nd Circuit Judge
Martha Williams (R) (i)
√ Melvin Hasting (R)

32nd Circuit District Judge
Wells ‘Rusty’ Turner (R) (i)

32nd Circuit Clerk
Lisa McSwain (R) (i)

Cullman County Probate Judge
Tammy Brown (R) (i)
√ Carol Berry (R)

Cullman County Board of Education
Fairview – Open seat
√ – Bill Ballew
√ – Shane Rusk
√ – Michael Knop

Good Hope
Jason Speegle (R) (i)
√ Kerry Neighbors (R)

Hanceville
√  Kenny Brockman (R) (i)

Vinemont
Mike Graves (R) (i)

The Primary Elections will be June 5, 2018, with the General election scheduled for November 6, 2018.

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Alabama State House District 9

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INTERVIEW Scott Stadthagen Seeks 1st Term As District 9 Representative

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Timothy Collins

Timothy brings an insightful holistic perspective as well as a mountain man tenacity to his various roles at Cullman Today. You can reach him at cullmantoday@gmail.com.

Timothy brings an insightful holistic perspective as well as a mountain man tenacity to his various roles at Cullman Today. You can reach him at cullmantoday@gmail.com.