Jeffrey A. Johnson
for Alabama House of Representatives, District 10
Mentions in the Media
- The Huntsville Times, 26-June-2002, Section B, page 1:
Ball knocks Arnold from GOP race
Ball will face Democrat Pat Smith, a teacher at Grissom High School,
and Libertarian Jeffrey Johnson, a software developer,
in the Nov.5 general election.
- The Huntsville Times, 05-June-2002, Section B, page 1:
Former Huntsville City Councilman Ken Arnold doesn't mind being called
In fact, it's part of his political strategy heading into a June 25 runoff with
state investigator Mike Ball to decide the Republican Party's nominee for
the District 10 state House seat. Incumbent Rep. Jim Haney, R-Huntsville,
is retiring from politics.
The GOP winner faces Democrat Pam Smith, a teacher at Grissom High
School, and Libertarian Jeffrey Adam Johnson in the November general
election. Both were unopposed Tuesday.
Actually, I was nominated by the Libertarian Party of Alabama at our
non-taxpayer funded state convention in Birmingham on April 14, 2002.
This is in stark contrast to how the Democratic and Republican parties waste
$2 million or so of taxpayer money to select their candidates using
primary elections and runoff primary elections.
Click here to see this article online.
- The Huntsville Times, 31-May-2002, Special Election Section, page 5:
Click here to see it online.
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