July 26, 2010

Former Slocomb mayor drops out of District 87 House race

Former Slocomb Mayor Vickie Moore will no longer seek the District 87 seat in the Alabama House of Representatives.
Moore, a Democrat, announced her decision Wednesday, leaving the door open for Republican Donald Chesteen to run unopposed in the November election.
Moore said she had thought about the decision for quite some time before making the formal announcement.
“I made decision after much thought and consideration,” said Moore, who owns a salon in Slocomb. “Much thought was given into it. I think the real deciding factor here was that my main intent was to ensure we in Geneva County would have good representation, and I feel confident we have that now in this region. That’s what I wanted for this area.”
Moore said she will continue to support candidates who share her love and concern for the Wiregrass.
“I love Slocomb and the Wiregrass area, and I hope we can move this whole region forward together,” she said. “I’m still committed to caring and dedicated to serving always.”
Chesteen, a Samson football coach, has previously been a teacher and a pharmaceutical salesman.

Former Slocomb Mayor Vickie Moore will no longer seek the District 87 seat in the Alabama House of Representatives.Moore, a Democrat, announced her decision Wednesday, leaving the door open for Republican Donald Chesteen to run unopposed in the November election.Moore said she had thought about the decision for quite some time before making the formal announcement.“I made decision after much thought and consideration,” said Moore, who owns a salon in Slocomb. “Much thought was given into it. I think the real deciding factor here was that my main intent was to ensure we in Geneva County would have good representation, and I feel confident we have that now in this region. That’s what I wanted for this area.”Moore said she will continue to support candidates who share her love and concern for the Wiregrass.“I love Slocomb and the Wiregrass area, and I hope we can move this whole region forward together,” she said. “I’m still committed to caring and dedicated to serving always.”Chesteen, a Samson football coach, has previously been a teacher and a pharmaceutical salesman.

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