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Politics & Government
Wed April 16, 2014
Democrats to Campaign in Huntsville
Most of the Democrats seeking the top offices in Alabama are scheduled to be in Huntsville for a political event Thursday.
The event is being called "Hot Dogs and Yellow Dogs." Organizer and host Pam Miles says it will include gubernatorial candidates Parker Griffith and Kevin Bass, lieutenant governor candidate James Fields, attorney general candidate Joe Hubbard, state auditor candidate Miranda Joseph, and agriculture commissioner candidate Doug Smith. They are seeking offices currently held by Republicans.
A dozen legislative candidates are also scheduled to attend the event Thursday. It starts at 5 p.m.
The Democratic primary is June 3.