Ivey stresses record, opponents challenge her on it
By KIM CHANDLER
HUNTSVILLE, Ala. (AP) – Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey is seeking to avoid a runoff in Tuesday’s Republican primary, while her challengers are seeking to push her into one.
During a Monday campaign stop in Huntsville, Ivey stressed her record on job creation and conservative issues as she faces a slate of right-flank challengers.
Ivey faces a total of eight primary challengers, including former Trump Ambassador Lindy Blanchard and businessman Tim James – the son of former Gov. Fob James – and Lew Burdette, who runs King’s Home, a Christian-based nonprofit with group homes throughout the state.
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5/23/2022 4:06:36 PM (GMT -5:00)