ALAPAC-Supported Charlotte Meadows Wins Primary Runoff

ALAPAC-Supported Charlotte Meadows Wins Primary Runoff

On Tuesday (August 27th), Charlotte Meadows won the primary runoff election for House District 74 with over 55% of the vote. She now heads to the November 12 General Election.

As the political action committee of the Medical Association, ALAPAC seeks to elect candidates who best represent the professional needs of physicians and their patients. Charlotte Meadows is exactly that type of candidate.

Meadows, the wife of Montgomery physician Allen Meadows, M.D., and a former practice manager, has been heavily supported by ALAPAC since announcing her candidacy.

“I am so grateful to have had the support of ALAPAC, Alabama physicians and their families in this election,” Meadows said.  “I could not have done this without you and I look forward to being a strong voice for medicine in the House of Representatives.”

Thank you to everyone who supported Charlotte in this victory. We hope that you will continue to do so and will help ALAPAC elect more candidates like Charlotte Meadows.

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