HUNTSVILLE, Ala. - Three months until the General Election and the candidates for governor are starting to make their presence known on the campaign trail.
The democratic nominee Walt Maddox was in North Alabama tonight, visiting his campaign headquarters in the Rocket City.
The Democratic candidate for governor Walt Maddox greeted dozens of supporters Wednesday evening.
"Together we are going to pass the Alabama education lottery," said Maddox.
He focused on issues like education, healthcare, and roads and bridges and didn't shy away from honing in on the fact that his opponent won't commit to debating him before the election.
"I hope that the people around her will debate us," stated Maddox.
Here's what Governor Ivey told our news partners at AL.com last week.
"The only two people that bring up the subject of debates, y'all in the media, and my opponent. He's all over the map. He can't figure out where he stands on the important issues like the supreme court or abortion or even gun rights. When he finishes debating himself, we can talk," said Gov. Kay Ivey.
Maddox says that's not true, he believes Alabamians deserve a Gubernatorial Election Debate.Continue reading on WHNT