Alabama Farmers Federation endorses Morrow for State Senate

FarmPAC, the political action committee of the Alabama Farmers Federation, has endorsed Rep. Johnny Mack Morrow for State Senate District 6, which covers all of Franklin and Colbert counties and portions of Lawrence, Lauderdale and Marion counties.

“Johnny Mack Morrow has done an outstanding job serving our district in the House of Representatives, and we know he will do an equally great job for us in the Senate,” said Franklin County Farmers Federation President David Herring. “We are proud to support him.”

Morrow earned his bachelor’s degree in economics from Mississippi State University and his MBA from Samford University. He taught business and economics for 28 years at Northwest Alabama Community College in Phil Campbell. He has also been an avid farmer and manager of 21 acres of reclaimed wetlands, which has been listed on the Alabama Bird Trail and is a certified Alabama TREASURE Forest.

“I am honored to have the support of the Alabama Farmers Federation,” said Morrow. “We share the same hard-working, conservative values and love for this district and our state. I will represent them and all the people of this district well in the Alabama Senate.”

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