Dr. Marsha S Sturdevant of District 7(Indian Springs Village area) is a retired pediatrician from the University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB) and former Medical Director of the Adolescent Health Center at Children’s of Alabama. She has a long history of community service and is currently serving on the Board of Directors of AIDS Alabama. She previously served on the Board of Directors of Cahaba Valley Healthcare, where she still serves as the volunteer Medical Director. She is a member of the Executive Committee of the Shelby County Democratic Party representing District 7. She has led the ShelbyDems’ Healthcare committee and is an advocate for Medicaid expansion, gun safety, and clear air and water. As such, she is a member of Alabama Arise, Moms Demand Action, Alabama Rivers Alliance, and GASP.
The Shelby County Democratic Party must express its gratitude to the many who have supported our efforts this election season. First, thanks to our voters! Without your votes, our voices would not have been heard and represented. We were not in the majority, but we were a force to be acknowledged, due to your civic participation!
While we experienced some temporary disappointments because our Democratic candidates were not elected, we still plan to continue building. We have come a long way, but in Alabama, we have a long way to go.
Many thanks to Senator Doug Jones. We thank him for being a leader of integrity while representing Alabama and the nation in Washington, D.C. We thank him for being a candidate of integrity who was truly knowledgeable about the substantive issues that challenge our country. He made us proud. Alabama lost by not re-electing Senator Jones. The fact that the majority of Alabama chose Party over substance, experience, knowledge, and intellect in no way discredits Senator Jones.
Thank you, Laura Casey, for creating such significant awareness regarding issues associated with our power bills and the lack of transparency surrounding the Alabama Public Service Commission. Laura’s advocacy has been enlightening for all. The lyrics of the song,
You’re Gonna Hear from Me, by Frank Sinatra, comes to mind when thinking of Laura’s energy, personality, and determination: “Move over sun and give her some sky, she has her wings, she’s ready to fly. She once was unknown, but now that she’s flown, you’re gonna hear from [Laura Casey] on the ballot again.”
We are grateful to the Alabama Democratic Party for reorganizing in time to assist with messaging and electioneering. Thanks to the poll workers, poll watchers, phone bankers, and sign deliverers. Thanks to those who sat this one out due to Covid-19 concerns—we applaud you for prioritizing the safety of yourselves and others, and we need you to live to fight another day! A very special thanks to Executive Committee member, Grace Graham, for spending late hours at the Shelby County Courthouse securing the count on behalf of the Shelby County Democratic Party. Lastly, thanks to all of the unnamed members and supporters who are too numerous to mention here, but who contributed all the same!
Carole D. Marks, Chair
First, this is the Shelby County Democratic Party in Alabama. We need to state this because we receive numerous calls and requests from other Shelby Counties in the U.S.
We are so pleased that you have Googled the Shelby County Democratic Party. If you have questions about the In-Person Absentee Voting process, or questions about anything related to voting in Alabama, just give us a call (205) 914-0100, or email us at email@example.com. We are here to help you.
If you need to vote by In-Person Absentee in Shelby County, please go to the Shelby County Exhibition Center, 86 Argo Road, Columbiana, Alabama – Not the Shelby County Courthouse.
If you have already voted In-Person Absentee and want to check the status of your ballot, logon to: myinfo.alabamavotes.gov. Scroll to November 3rd in order to find out your status – that’s it!
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