Alabama REALTORS® Endorse Prince Chestnut for House District 67
January 27, 2017
The Alabama REALTORS® (AAR) Political Action Committee (ARPAC) announced Friday its endorsement of Prince Chestnut (D) for Alabama House of Representatives, District 67, which includes parts of Dallas and Perry counties, in the Special Democratic Primary on January 31, 2017.
“We are excited to support Prince in his campaign for House District 67,” ARPAC Chair Sherry Dinges said. “Chestnut understands the needs of a thriving, vibrant community and the vital role that homeownership plays.”
“Prince has a strong track record of representing businesses, individuals and helping put together economic development projects that have brought jobs and industry back to West Alabama. That is the type of leadership that is needed in Montgomery. Jobs, industry and economic opportunity leads to a thriving real estate market and advance the dream of homeownership in our communities.”
Chestnut, a Selma native, has served the Black Belt community as a lawyer for 15 years, practicing in areas of government, business, nonprofit and personal injury.
“I am honored to have the support of the Alabama Association of REALTORS®. I’ve been fortunate to have forged many strong relationships with REALTORS® in West Alabama for many years. We share a common desire to bring more jobs and economic opportunity to West Alabama. Our campaign continues to build momentum as people respond to our positive message.”
The Alabama Association of REALTORS® (AAR) is the largest statewide organization of real estate professionals with more than 13,500 members from 28 local boards and 1,200 real estate companies. United by adherence to a Code of Ethics, its members work as real estate professionals in the sale, lease, appraisal and development of residential, commercial, rural and resort properties throughout Alabama. The Association serves as the voice of the real estate industry in Alabama and as the official advocate of Alabama's multifaceted real estate industry before local, state and federal governments.