On the Road: Fort Payne

I enjoyed starting Saturday in Fort Payne, the county seat of DeKalb County. Ever since I was a youngster spending time at my grandfather’s house on Sand Mountain, I liked mornings up that way.

DeKalb County Republicans

I spent time with – and had the opportunity to speak to – DeKalb County Republicans at Cattle Stampede Steakhouse. Time was limited, so I wasn’t able to entertain questions. I will be back there though on April 9th, and we should have time for that then.

Cattle Stampede Steakhouse

I saw a few DeKalb County election officials that I know: Probate Judge Ronnie Osbourn and Donna Pate of the Board of Registrars.

With Probate Judge Ronnie Osbourn
With Donna Pate of the Board of Registrars

The remainder of the morning and the afternoon was spent distributing campaign materials in Ider – atop Sand Mountain and where my mom grew up – and various counties: Cherokee, Clay, Coosa, Elmore.

Ider High School
Cherokee County Courthouse
Clay County Courthouse

It’s always good to see patriotism around and about.

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