Adam Thompson

Politics & Government
10:26 am
Sat May 10, 2014

Crowded Field for State Auditor

The Republican race for state auditor features four candidates seeking to replace Republican Sam Shaw.

There's former Public Service Commission member Jim Zeigler of Mobile, who calls himself "Mr. 49 Percent" because he's lost so many close races.

There's also retired Shelby County businessman Dale Peterson, who became an Internet sensation in 2010 with his video where he carried a gun and promised to run the thugs out of Montgomery.

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State Auditor-Endorsement
4:41 pm
Thu July 25, 2013

Secretary Of State Endorses Employee For Auditor

Republican candidate for state auditor Adam Thompson has picked up an endorsement from his boss, outgoing Secretary of State Beth Chapman.
Credit thompsonforauditor.com

Outgoing Secretary of State Beth Chapman has endorsed one of her employees, Adam Thompson, for state auditor.


In a statement Thursday, Chapman said Thompson was her right hand when she served as state auditor from 2003 to 2007, and he is the only candidate with experience in the auditor's office. Thompson currently works in the secretary of state's office.


He faces Anniston attorney Ray Bryan in the Republican primary on June 3, 2014. Democrat Miranda Joseph of Birmingham is also running.

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State Auditor
4:47 pm
Wed November 28, 2012

1st Candidate Announces For Alabama State Auditor

With 2012's elections barely in the rearview mirror, the race for state auditor in 2014 has already begun in Alabama.

The race for state auditor in 2014 has begun.


Adam Thompson, the deputy chief of staff or Alabama's secretary of state, announced Wednesday that he will run as a Republican for auditor. The current auditor, Samantha Shaw, has served two terms and can't run again. Shaw said Wednesday she doesn't plan to seek any office in 2014 and will help her husband, Greg Shaw, with his re-election campaign for the Supreme Court.


Thompson worked in the state auditor's office when Beth Chapman held the post and then followed her to the secretary of state's office in 2007.

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