Ahead of the Alabama primary runoff on June 21, the National Association of Realtors Political Action Committee announced its endorsement of Republican Katie Britt for the U.S. Senate.
“I’m proud to have the support of Alabama realtors,” said Britt, who is locked in a competitive runoff with Congressman Mo Brooks. “With just over a week until the second round of the June 21 primaries, we continue to tirelessly travel our state to share our Alabama First message, listen to Alabamians, and answer their questions. Our momentum is growing because hard-working families in communities all over Alabama know that I will tirelessly fight for our values and our people in the Senate. Alabama’s future is on the ballot. Together we will preserving the American dream for our children and our children’s children.
Britt announced respective mentions of the Home Builders Association of Alabama, Alabama Farmers Federation’s FarmPAC, Alabama Retail Association, Manufacture Alabama, Automobile Dealers Association of Alabama, Alabama Forestry Association, Associated Builders and Contractors of Alabama, League of Southeastern Credit Unions, Alabama Restaurant and Hospitality Association, University of Alabama Crimson Tide legend Siran Stacy, Mobile Mayor Sandy Stimpson, Alabama Mining Association, U.S. Senator Tom Cotton, former White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders, U.S. Senator Joni Ernst, the Alabama Rural Electric Association of Cooperatives, and former President Donald Trump.
The National Association of Realtors was founded in 1908 and is the largest trade association in the United States with approximately 1.5 million members, including the five NAR commercial real estate institutes and its societies and councils. The Association of Realtors. are involved in all aspects of the residential and commercial real estate industries and belong to one or more of approximately 1,400 local councils or associations and 54 state and territorial associations of real estate agents. The Alabama Association of Realtors is the largest statewide organization of real estate professionals with more than 19,000 members from 24 local councils and 1,200 real estate companies.
Britt is a first-time candidate. She grew up working in several small businesses and has spent most of her career in the private sector, including fighting for rural small business as President and CEO of the Alabama Business Council and by practicing law. She is from Coffee County and her husband, Wesley, is from Cullman County. They now live in Montgomery with their two children, Bennett and Ridgeway.