The more than three dozen mayors represent towns big and small from every county in the district.
They offered their "support, encouragement and full endorsement" of Martha in a joint letter this week:
"Since your first election to Congress, you have demonstrated a willingness to effectively engage with federal agencies on our behalf to promote our local interests and advance our constituents' best interests. Your steadfast advocacy for the critical military installations in our area, and of our many constituents who serve in uniform at home and abroad, promotes our district's proud role in the nation's defense. Additionally, we value federal, state, and local partnerships, and we appreciate your support of infrastructure improvement and economic development efforts across Central and Southeast Alabama."
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