Katie Britt Makes Stop in Tuscaloosa in Final Stretch of Campaign Trail
Candidate Katie Britt was in Tuscaloosa Thursday afternoon as she embarks on the final days of the Alabama Republican Senate Seat Race.
Britt, who notes herself of being the only candidate born and raised in Alabama, is going up against several other candidates in the Republican primary senate election that will take place on May 24. The winner of the election will replace Senator Richard Shelby, who plans to retire after the completion of his term.
Britt was featured on The Game with Ryan Fowler on Townsquare Media's Tide 100.9 station where she discussed her platform views on various issues, including mental health, issues at the nation's borders, national budgeting and spending and economic inflation.
"We're seeing the results of this continual overspending and we're seeing we're seeing it affect every day Americans and every day Alabamians and it's unfortunate," Britt said.
Britt said she stands on conservative values and plans to fight for the people of Alabama.
"I have the energy the passion the knowledge and the grit to actually go get something done and to make sure that Alabama is in a better place as a result of my service," Britt said. "We need someone that isn't all talk but knows how to actually get things done."
The entire interview with Fowler and Britt can be heard below.
Mike Durant and Mo Brooks, the other candidates on the republican ballot, will also have the opportunity to appear on The Game with Ryan Fowler Show to give comments on their platforms. The Tuscaloosa Thread will feature their comments as they become available.