The reality of politics in America today is that it takes significant funding to run for any public office, especially a federal seat. To increase my credibility as a candidate and to meet the financial needs that I face everyday running a campaign, I have initiated a fundraising campaign “$10 or More -Today”. Donations can… Read more about $10 or More Campaign
Audri Scott Williams to attend the US House AL2 Candidate Forum Public · Hosted by Unitarian Universalist Fellowship Of Montgomery
In this contentious political climate, the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Montgomery stands committed to genuine listening and compassionate communication among all people. In that spirit, UUFM invites all candidates for the AL 2nd District of the U.S. House of Representatives for an evening of hearing and sharing social, political, and legislative perspectives on Wednesday, January 3, 2018.
The Lacey-Boyd New Year’s Day Parade starts at noon Monday. Started by business owner William Boyd and his wife, it’s in its 14th year. “It’s just something we try to do to bring families together and direct traffic back to west Montgomery. We hope it has a domino effect and brings growth to the area,”… Read more about Audri Scott Williams to be in the 14th Lacey-Boyd New Year’s Day Parade
My friend, Asha Williams, daughter of Dale County Democratic Chair, Gerald Williams, at the Claybank Jamboree last Saturday, came up to me to let me know she wants to be the first black woman to be President of the United States of America! If you know Asha like I do, you know she is very… Read more about We Are Change
Transcript of Democratic candidate Audri Scott Williams’ speech delivered on September 30th at the launch of her campaign for Congress at Poplar Head Park in Dothan, AL. To those who long for a politics that speaks to their needs instead of fueling their anxieties; to those who’ve found their voices choked by politicians that have… Read more about Audri Scott Williams Launches Campaign for Congress in Dothan, AL