2020 VISION -
Defeating Doug Jones and
Re-electing President Trump
Summer is supposed to be a lazy, hazy time but not at the ALGOP. We are hard at work making preparations for Alabama Republicans to have a successful 2020. Our Political Director, Reed Phillips, is diligently working on our GROW (Growing Republican Organizations to Win) county plans on a daily basis. Our focus is on re-electing President Trump, regaining the U.S. Senate seat and growing our Republican base.
Next week myself, RNC Secretary Vicki Drummond, RNC Committeeman Paul Reynolds (RNC Resolutions Committee member) and several ALGOP staff members will be attending the 2019 Summer Republican National Committee meeting. We will be traveling to Charlotte to review plans for the re-election convention of President Trump, work on campaign strategies and hear updates from the Trump Campaign. I have been asked by RNC Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel to represent Alabama on the national convention's Committee on Arrangements.
We are excited about hosting our annual Summer Dinner and State Executive Committee meeting on August 23rd and 24th at the Hotel at Auburn University. President Trump's campaign Political Director, Chris Carr, will be our keynote speaker. There are still sponsorship opportunities available. Please contact ALGOP Events Director Shannon Whitt for more information. You can purchase individual tickets by clicking here.
It's great to be a Republican!
Mrs. Terry M. Lathan
Chairman, Alabama Republican Party
Republican organizations around the state were energized to show President Trump support as he announced his re-election bid on June 18th in Orlando by hosting #KAG-themed local watch parties.
ALGOP, Jefferson County GOP and Shelby County GOP
ALGOP, Jefferson County GOP and Shelby County GOP joined forces at Jim 'n Nick's in Birmingham. The room was packed with excited President Trump supporters.
Republican Women of Huntsville and Madison County GOP
Bullet and Barrel was the place to be in Huntsville as the Republican Women of Huntsville teamed up with the Madison County GOP to host a standing room only crowd.
Montgomery County GOP
Montgomery County Republicans were proud to show their enthusiasm for the president during an event sponsored by the county party at Jim 'n Nicks.
Eastern Shore Republican Women
Republicans from Baldwin and Mobile Counties gathered at McSharry's Irish Pub in Fairhope for a watch party hosted by the Eastern Shore Republican Women.
DeKalb County GOP
It was a festive occasion in DeKalb County where Republicans gathered at Limons Restaurant in Henniger to watch President Trump make his re-election announcement.
Escambia County GOP
The Escambia County Republican Party invited the Monroe County GOP to join them as they cheered on the president. They gathered in Brewton at the Fish Bowl restaurant.
Russell County GOP
Russell County Republicans showed up in force to the county party gathering at the S hepherd-Dyer-Wade Lakehouse in Phenix City. They even made a banner for the occasion.
ALGOP in the News
More good news from Governor Kay Ivey. Alabama broke five economic records in
the month of June including historic low unemployment numbers.
Senator Richard Shelby announced the U.S. Department of Transportation awarded two infrastructure grants to fund projects in Alabama.
Congressman Bradley Byrne traveled to the U.S.-Mexican border. He praised the agents and said people crossing the border illegally are being treated well.
U.S. Representative Martha Roby questioned Special Counsel Robert Mueller when he testified to the House Intelligence Committee about his report.
Congressman Mike Rogers – ranking member of the House Committee on Homeland Security – appeared on FBN to defend ICE from attacks by 'The Squad'.
Congressman Robert Aderholt and Apollo 11 astronaut Buzz Aldrin joined the Vice President to commemorate the moon landing's 50th anniversary.
Radio legend Rush Limbaugh praised Congressman Mo Brooks on his nationally syndicated show for his handling of a climate change hearing.
Associated Builders & Contractors of Alabama presented Congressman Gary Palmer with its Alabama Eagle Award for tackling construction related issues.
The Alabama Rural Electric Association of Cooperatives chose Alabama House Majority Leader Nathaniel Ledbetter (Rainsville) as Legislator of the Year.
The League of Southeastern Credit Unions and Affiliates named State Senator Arthur Orr as its 2019 Alabama State Lawmaker of the Year.
Congratulations to State Representative Randall Shedd (Cullman) who was named the 2019 Legislator of the Year by the Alabama Agribusiness Council.
MyChale Cooper of the College Republican Federation of Alabama won the Civic Tech App category at the first Congressional Ideas Market.
A Message from YRFA Chairman Dalton Dismukes
The Young Republican Federation of Alabama recently had our summer convention at which we held elections for new officers. We had a great turnout on the always beautiful plains of Auburn, Alabama.

Our leadership may have changed, but our mission has not. We are ready to get to work to end Doug Jones’ short and thoroughly embarrassing 'political career'. We are committed to knocking on more doors, making more calls and attending more events than ever before. We are committed to preserving Alabama as a Republican state. We are devoted to small government, limited spending and smart solutions to tomorrow’s problems.

We hope to work with the auxiliaries as well as the State Republican Executive Committee to defeat Doug Jones, build the Republican movement and elect more Republicans than any other state in the union.

As Chairman, I am committed 100% to our party. We are renewing our promise to fight for a better, more conservative and leaner government. I hope the Young Republicans can count on your support in this effort, as we believe it is the root of our party!

Please feel free to call or email me with any suggestions, comments, concerns or inquiries (706-662-9343 or DaltonLDismukes@gmail.com ).
A Message from CRFA Chairman Janey Whitney
ALGOP 2019 Interns
Janey Whitney and Will Milner
On July 11th-14th, the College Republican Federation had the opportunity to travel to Washington D.C. for our National College Republican Convention. We were proud to have one of the largest delegations in attendance. 

On the trip to our nation’s capital, we did not forget our Alabama roots. Our group was able to meet with the offices of our Republican congressmen serving in D.C. and speak to them on what we are passionate about. We also assured them we are working hard to support conservative values on our campuses in contrast to our liberal counterparts. 

This trip was very insightful for us. It helped us learn more about what our congressmen are working on in D.C. and how we can help them back in Alabama. We would like to thank everyone who helped financially support our trip, and we thank Congressman Palmer for taking us on a night tour of the Capitol. It was a trip we will not forget. We gained knowledge that we will use to get more Republicans elected.