My brother, Billy Beasley, came within 300 votes of winning his Senate race in District 28 without a run-off. He will now face former Tuskegee mayor Johnny Ford in the July 13th run-off. Billy led Johnny by 20% in the first vote, but isn’t taking anything for granted. He will continue to work just as hard in the run-off as he did in the first primary.
Billy wants to be a Senator for all the folks in the counties making up the district. His main emphasis has been on creating jobs, making educational needs a top priority, and working to assure that healthcare is both available and affordable to all citizens. Those will continue to be his priorities. Billy will always be accessible to his constituents, as he has been during his three terms in the House of Representatives, and I believe that’s important. He has consistently promised the folks in all of the counties in the District that when he is elected, he will never forget them and he will never embarrass them personally or professionally while in the Senate. Everybody who knows Billy will tell you, he keeps his promises!
Billy’s run-off opponent has already leveled a number of unfounded accusations as he seeks to overcome a huge deficit. Frankly, I don’t believe any of them deserve repeating. My mother used to tell me that if you want to find out about the true character and heart of a person, talk to the folks back where they live and work because homefolks know best. Over the years, I have found that to be very true. If anybody in District 28 has any doubts about Billy, all they have to do is check with the folks in Barbour County. Homefolks do know about a person and they also know best!
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