Wayne Parker Endorses Mo Brooks in AL-05

Wayne Parker, the 2008 Republican nominee for the 5th Congressional District, announced this morning that he is throwing his support behind Mo Brooks over Democrat-turned-Republican incumbent Parker Griffith.

We also hear rumblings that GOP candidate Les Phillip may be considering leaving the race. (Update: Phillip’s campaign communication director says Phillip is committed to the race.)

Stay tuned.

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5 comments to Wayne Parker Endorses Mo Brooks in AL-05 – Updated

  • Dirt McGurt

    If Peanut could have swayed the majority of primary voters then he would have run himself. This a good day for Mo Brooks but I would not call it a game-changer.

  • Common Sense

    The field seems to be clearing up… this is bad news for Griffith… There will be a lot of people voting for anyone but him. without a lot of other candidates to split that vote he will be in trouble

  • I have on good authority that Les Phillip is NOT leaving the race. Those ‘rumblings’ have been coming out of Mo’s campaign for months…

  • [...] Wayne Parker, who ran against Griffith in 2008 back in the old days when Griffith was a Democrat, elected to endorse challenger Mo Brooks rather than the new GOP incumbent in the [...]

  • anonymous

    Wayne Parker throws BOTH of the votes loyal to him to Mo Brooks!

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