Most Capitol Hill insiders were surprised that George Wallace Jr. has decided to get back into the political arena. But politics is in his blood, and for that reason, I wasn’t too surprised when George announced his decision to run for State Treasurer. George served two terms as Treasurer and also served on the Public Service Commission and he did a very good job in both offices. He is concerned about the fate of the state’s Prepaid Affordable College Tuition (PACT) program and says he “doesn’t want to be a spectator in ensuring the future of the program.” I suspect that was a strong motivation for George to get in the race. As State Treasurer, he helped create the program, and he believes the state should honor the PACT contracts with Alabama families and so do I.
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