VOTE JULY 17, 2018
Chris Elliott has faithfully served coastal Alabama for four years as Baldwin County Commissioner. He has been a great partner and tireless supporter of our region. We look forward to his leadership in Montgomery and continued advocacy for our region.
Our focus is to support candidates who understand coastal Alabama needs like critical infrastructure and transportation projects, as well as, display a willingness to seek input from local leadership on regional and state-wide issues.
Elliott has continually expressed that construction of the I-10 Bridge is critical to the continued growth of our region and the failure to promptly build this project will have significant negative impacts to Coastal Alabama’s economic development and quality of life.
Elliott is an advocate for coastal Alabama,
focused on improving infrastructure, education and governmental services. He has worked locally, state-wide and at the national level to fight for coastal Alabama.
Elliott believes protecting funding for coastal Alabama is a top priority. The Gulf Coast Energy Security Act (GOMESA) funding is the last significant non-tax revenue source to fund coastal projects, he believes we must protect this funding in Montgomery.
Elliott is a true proven coastal advocate who has helped Baldwin County acquire $126 million in transportation infrastructure funding. With four years of leadership and relationship building, Elliot is uniquely prepared to have an immediate impact in Montgomery.
WHAT COASTAL ALABAMA LEADERS SAY
Chris has proven to be a leader for the citizens of Baldwin County by securing $126 million in transportation infrastructure.
I have been involved in State Senate 32 district since 1981, Chris is as good of a candidate and well prepared than anyone that has run for this office.