MONTGOMERY, Alabama (WHNT) — The leadership team of Alabama’s House Democratic Caucus will be mostly new for the 2023-24 session.
Rep. Anthony Daniels (D-Huntsville) was re-elected as House Minority Leader, but the women in second and third place are all new.
Mobile Area Rep. Barbara Drummond was elected caucus speaker and Rep. Mary Moore (Birmingham Democrat) was elected caucus vice-chair. Rep. Kelvin Lawrence (D-Hayneville) was elected Caucus Secretary and Treasurer.
“I am honored to have the opportunity to work again with such a talented and dedicated group of leaders who continue to be dedicated to improving the quality of life for all Alabama people,” said Daniels. , sorry.
“We will continue to push for practical and meaningful laws and policies that underline our platform to foster growth and innovation,” he continued.
Daniels said the 2023 Democratic agenda includes “strengthening economic growth, access to quality health care, innovation in education, mental health care, affordable housing and justice for all.” said to be included.
The 2023 Congress is scheduled to begin in March.
https://www.wkrg.com/news/alabama-house-democrats-elect-new-leadership-daniels-re-elected-as-leader/ Alabama House Democrats Elect New Leader, Daniels Re-Elected as Leader