CANDIDATE SPOTLIGHT Andy Coffey Cullman County Associate Commissioner

by | May 6, 2018 | County, Get Smart, Interviews, Politics, Videos

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The Cullman County Republican Party is posting a series of filmed interviews with all candidates running for public office in opposed races ahead of the June 5 primary election. These videos will appear on the Party’s website and here on Cullman Today.

All candidates running for a specific public office will be asked the same questions concerning ideas, thoughts, and issues. The goal of this film interview series is to provide transparent voter education with no filter between the candidate and the voting public.

The Cullman County Republican Party will be posting one office per week with the Cullman County Associate Commissioner candidates spotlighted here in Week 5.

Party Chairman Waid Harbison acts as the interviewer and moderator for this entire voter education series. Steve Cummings provided graphic arts, lighting, and audio services. Tim Collins was the filmmaker.

The Cullman Civic Center was rented by the Party to serve as the setting for all interviews.

Below, challenger Andy Coffey seeks his first term as Associate Commissioner (Representing Place 2). He outlines his thoughts about the office for the next 4 years:

Interviews In Previous Weeks

Good Hope School Board
Jason Speegle (i)
Kerry Neighbors

Fairview School Board
Bill Ballew
Michael Knop
Shane Rusk

Judge of Probate
Tammy Brown (i)
Carol Berry

Circuit Court Judge
Martha Williams (i)
Melvin Hasting

CANDIDATE SPOTLIGHT Andy Coffey Cullman County Associate Commissioner

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