Race for Huntsville Mayor heats up | News
MADISON COUNTY, AL (WAFF)- The candidates for Huntsville Mayor talked about their plans for the future to members of the Republican Women's Club.
The luncheon at The Ledges Clubhouse gave members a chance to hear from those running for Huntsville and Madison's mayor.
There was no one-on-one debate, however, each one of the candidates talked about their vision, their plan, and what they feel needs to be improved.
And many eyes are focused on the race for Huntsville Mayor.
"We know how to invest in our city. We invest in capital projects time and time again. Part of those capital projects are quality of life, which means we have an 18 minute commute to and from work, we are getting 93 cents on the dollar state government rather than 46 cents," said Huntsville Mayor Tommy Battle.
"We need to take care of people and first class basic services and keep on keeping on. I believe Huntsville is a great city. I love it. I love all the people," said mayoral candidate Jackie Reed.
"I love what I got to do. I just want to continue it. I think economic development is so very important," said mayoral candidate Loretta Spencer.
Troy Trulock is on the ticket for Madison Mayor, along with opponent Don Palmer.
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