NEWS & HEADLINES
"Since declaring my candidacy for mayor, We have knocked on over 26,000 doors and made 15,000 phone calls to Birmingham residents across the city. I listened as residents shared their aspirations and anxieties with me."
The following statement from Randall Woodfin was published on Wednesday, July 12 in response to the Grassroots Coalition’s The Black Agenda.
Randall Woodfin announced an endorsement from the Birmingham Professional Firefighters Association for his bid in the August 22nd Birmingham Mayoral election.
BIRMINGHAM, AL – Today, June 16th, Randall Woodfin announced the endorsement of the National Association of Letter Carriers Branch #530 for the August 22nd mayoral election. The endorsement comes on the heels of Woodfin’s open letter addressing the concerns of Birmingham’s city employees, ultimately reinforcing his commitment to working people.
Dear City Employees, My name is Randall Woodfin, and I have been a city employee since 2009. I am running for mayor because I believe politics should be about identifying our city’s problems and working together in good faith to solve them. This means making real investments in creating jobs, protecting our...