As chairman, I am pleased to announce that we have two outstanding candidates for a vacancy on the Alabama State Republican Executive Committee. Please review their bios below to learn more.
I wish to seek a position on the ALGOP State Executive Committee. I currently serve as City Administrator for Creola with over 17 years of local government experience. I have received an undergraduate degree in Political Science from Ashford University and a Masters Degree in Political Management from George Washington University in DC. I am a member of ACRW, the Mobile County Republican Executive Committee, the Capitol Club, and the Republican Assembly.
I am married to James Brown, and we have a daughter and granddaughter. I have been a volunteer for APSO – Alabama Power Service Organization for 22 years, a member of the Share the Beach Program, served as Chairman of the Board for Capstone Rural Healthcare Center for 12 years, and treasurer of the East Walker Chamber of Commerce for 4 years.
I am a servant of the people and want to be an asset to the Republican Party. I am a Proud Conservative Republican Woman and I want to step up and be a voice in the Republican Party. I would appreciate your vote and support for this position.
Certifications and Community Services:
- Master Municipal Clerk, University of Alabama – February 2015
- Your Town Alabama graduate – September 2014
- Certified Alabama Planning and Zoning Official
- Leadership Walker County graduate 2010
- Grant Writer
- Chairman of the Board for the Capstone Rural Healthcare Center 2007-2019
- Member of the East Walker County Chamber of Commerce
- Member of Alabama Power Service Organization
- Clerk Mentor for new city clerks
- Motivational Speaker
- Alpha Sigma Lambda
- Member of Golden Key Society
- Author of 3 published books
- Strong background in Political Science and Management
- Member of the State Capitol Club
Dear Mobile County Republican Executive Committee members,
My name is Kyle Callaghan and I would be honored to receive your vote for the Alabama Republican Executive Committee spot that is vacant. First, I hope this email finds everyone in good health due to the worldwide pandemic, COVID19. I am praying each day that we find a cure for this dreadful virus and pray that God will help our wonderful President get through these trying times.
I became a member of the Mobile County Republican Executive Committee in 1998. In 2000 I ran for the Office of Sheriff in Mobile County and finished 2nd. As the famous Rickey Bobby said in “Talladega Nights”, “If ain’t first, your last”. I ran again in 2005 and was defeated by the current Sheriff Sam Cochran. I believe Sheriff Cochran is one of the, if not the finest sheriff we had in Mobile County.
In 2002 I served as the special events coordinator for MCREC. In 2004 until 2008 I served as the Vice-Chairman of MCREC under the chairmanship of Mark Erwin. In 2008 I was elected Chairman of the Mobile County Republican Executive Committee and served until 2010. In 2010 I was re-elected for a second term as chairman but unfortunately had to step down due to my U.S. Military activation. I was a special agent with the United States Coast Guard Investigative Service and was assigned to CGIS New Orleans, LA, and worked on “Operation Dry-dock”, a case that involved the British Petroleum (BP) oil spill, better known as “Deep Water Horizon”. Terry Lathan, Vice Chairman became chairman of MCREC when I stepped down.
I was honored during my time with MCREC to also serve on the state committee, the Alabama Republican Executive Committee from 2004 to 2010. I am now retired with the State of Alabama Law Enforcement, 30 years of service, and retired 30 years of service with the U.S. military reserves, 6 years in the Marine Corps Reserves, 20 years U.S. Coast Guard Investigative Service (CGIS), and 4 years active duty with CGIS.
Once again I would be honored to have your vote for the Alabama Republican Executive Committee.
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