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Thursday, August 17, 2017

Then and Now

Blogger Comments:  Then and Now reflections of Bentley, Strange, Franklin.  

Governor Robert J. Bentley - Then

Robert J. Bentley   
Robert Julian Bentley is an American politician and medical doctor who served as the 53rd Governor of Alabama from 2011 until 2017. A member of the Republican Party, Bentley was elected governor in 2010 and reelected in 2014. Wikipedia
BornFebruary 3, 1943 (age 74), Columbiana, AL
SpouseDianne Bentley (m. 1965–2015)
Political partyRepublican
Years of service1969–1975
Previous officeGovernor of Alabama (2011–2017)

Ex-Governor - Now

7 things to know about Robert Bentley

Ana Franklin bio - Then  
·  Jan 19, 2011 

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Ana Franklin

Age: 46

Political Party: Republican

Residence: Priceville

Family: Daughters, Erika Nicole and Alyssa Marie

Church: First United Methodist Church of Hartselle

Term of office: Four years

Annual salary: $66,410.24

Budget for the department and jail: about $8 million

Employees: 185

Sheriff Ana Franklin - Now

Federal judge finds Morgan County sheriff in contempt, resolves issue with fine

Luther Strange - Then

Luther Strange
Luther Johnson Strange III is an American lawyer and politician, who is currently serving as the junior United States Senator from Alabama. He is running to keep Attorney General and former Senator Jeff Sessions's seat. Wikipedia
BornMarch 1, 1953 (age 64), Birmingham, AL
Previous officeAttorney General of Alabama (2011–2017)
Appointed byRobert Bentley
Political partyRepublican

Luther Strange - Now after being in the bed with the devil - Ex-Luv Gov Bentley - More to come

Trump congratulates Moore, Strange in Alabama GOP primary

1 comment:

  1. Corruption is alive and well in Sweet Home Alabama! Well, no, that's not exactly right. Instead of "alive and well," maybe I should say sputtering and wheezing. Bentley's already been given the boot, Big Luther's about to be voted out of office and big, fat Ana's going to be arrested long before it's time to start campaigning for re-election.