Audri Scott-Williams battling to be Democratic candidate for U.S. Rep for District 2

DOTHAN, Ala. (WTVY) – Born in Cottonwood, Alabama Audri Scott-Williams is the first African-American woman to run for Congress in Alabama’s 2nd District.

She joins more than 100 women — 35 of them African-American — who have launched campaigns or re-election efforts in Alabama. That’s more than ever before.

Scott-Williams will run against Tabitha Isner in the Democratic primary. Whoever wins will face-off against the Republican primary winner between Rep. Martha Roby, Tommy Amason, State Representative Barry Moore, former Democratic U.S. Representative Bobby Bright, and former campaign manager for Roy Moore — Rich Hobson.

Scott-Williams says Senator Doug Jones’ win over Roy Moore…

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