Found Out More About the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act

The House Republican Conference has made the details of its plan for tax reform, the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, available at The website has many resources available, including a link to the bill itself, a 33 page summary, FAQs, and more. We encourage you to visit see the details of the bill for yourself. To stay up-to-date on the Tax Cuts and Jobs ACt, text TAX REFORM to 50589.

Get Elected. Stay Elected.

On Saturday, October 28th, the Montgomery County Republican Executive Committee will host a Candidate Training Seminar for those running for office in 2018. The seminar will be held in the Mallard Room at Homewood Suites Montgomery, located at 1800 Interstate Park Drive. Come learn the fundamentals of campaigning and get an overview of campaign filing procedures. Special guest Ed Packard of the Elections Division of the Secretary of State’s office will share his extensive knowledge […]

How to Get Tickets to Trump’s Rally in Huntsville

Please join President Donald J. Trump and Big Luther Strange for a Rally on September 22nd! Making America great again starts in Alabama! President Trump will deliver remarks on his support for Big Luther Strange on September 26th. DOORS OPEN at 4:00PM and the EVENT BEGINS at 7:00PM. Each guest is required to RSVP for ALL Luther Strange for Senate events, including all adults over age 12. Each attendee must complete registration separately. Actual event […]

Sara Palin Rally Thursday at the Train Shed

Former Alaska governor and vice-presidential candidate Sara Palin will be in Montgomery on Thursday, September 21st to campaign on behalf of Roy Moore. The rally starts at 5:30p.m. at the Train Depot (300 Water Street). The debate between Moore and Senator Luther Strange, which takes place at the RSA Activity Center, will be simulcast to the Train Shed.    

Senate Forum Straw Poll Results

About 150 of you showed up today for our Senate Candidate Forum.  We want to thank the candidates for their participation and for all of YOU who came out to meet them. We took a straw poll to see which candidates were favored by those in attendance today.  Here are the results: Mo Brooks 50 Randy Brinson 33 Luther Strange 15 Trip Pittman 14 Roy Moore 11 Dom Gentile 6 James Beretta 0 Joseph Breaux […]

MCREC sponsors U.S. Senate Candidate Forum

The Montgomery County Republican Executive Committee is sponsoring a U.S. Senate Candidate Forum Saturday, July 8, at the Farmer’s Market Café in Montgomery 11:00 p.m. – 2:00 p.m. The Forum will feature Republican candidates who are running for the U.S. Senate seat currently occupied by Senator Luther Strange.  Forum speakers who have been invited include Congressman Mo Brooks, Judge Roy Moore, Dr. Randy Brinson , U.S. Senator Luther Strange, Dr. James Beretta, Bryan Peeples and […]

Chairman’s Message

photo of Will Sellers

Congratulations to former Montgomery County Executive Committee member Will Sellers, who last week was appointed by Governor Kay Ivey as an Associate Supreme Court Justice. We thank Will for his many years of enthusiastic Republican leadership and extend to him our best wishes for a long and successful tenure on the Alabama Supreme Court.

ALGOP Sets Qualifying Opening Date for the Alabama U.S. Senate Special Election

(originally posted at The Alabama Republican Party will open candidate qualifying for the Alabama U.S. Senate Special Election on Monday, April 24 at 8:30 a.m. CDT and will close on Wednesday, May 17 at 5:00 p.m. CDT. The primary will be held on August 15, 2017. If needed, a runoff election will be held on September 26, 2017. The general election will take place on December 12, 2017. Individuals interested in qualifying should contact […]

Guest Post: Let Trump Be Trump

by Perry O. Hooper,  Jr. Since the day Donald J. Trump was elected president he began keeping his campaign promises making the creation of high paying sustainable jobs the top priority of his Administration.  Not waiting for his inauguration, he began brokering jobs deals. This became apparent as February’s job report indicated 230,000 new jobs were created exceeding expectations by a whopping 30 percent as job creation in construction and manufacturing soared. While Democrats and […]