Issues Tim James Will Fight for as Alabama's Governor

Better Schools for Alabama

 

The performance in our schools has crashed. According to the National Center for Education Statistics, in 2019 Alabama’s schools were ranked the lowest state in the country for 4th grade and 8th grade math. In US News and World Report’s 2021.... 

Casino Gambling

 

Casino magnates, in league with some political leaders in our state, are trying to turn Alabama into the Las Vegas of the South with nine full scale casinos. That effort must be stopped. Casinos have been shown to have an adverse impact...

Defend Our Values

 

We must protect our Judeo-Christian heritage, and if I am privileged to serve as governor, we will keep Faith in God First and Family Second in all public policydecisions. These beliefs form the foundation on which America was constructed and undergird our constitutional... 

Federal Mandates

 

We can never tolerate unconstitutional federal mandates similar to the most recent attempt by the Biden Administration to force Alabama workers to take vaccines against their will and under the threat of losing their job and being forced into poverty.…

Illegal Immigration

 

While the Joe Biden White House wages war on our own citizens with vaccine mandates, they have failed on illegal immigration with no plan for stopping the flood of gang activity, illegal drug distribution, and human trafficking that results from not controlling ...

Second Amendment

 

Our Founding Fathers expected Americans to be armed as a means of protecting their families from both criminals and tyranny. If the federal government ever makes the terrible decision to overstep its bounds on this  ...

Tax Cuts

 

We will work to repeal the gas tax passed in 2019 and to eliminate the sales tax on essential groceries. The revenue collected in Alabama’s state coffers has outpaced the rate of inflation over the last decade, and at the same time delivery of essential services have declined...

Medical Marijuana

 

This past legislative session, the legislature passed a bill, that Governor Ivey signed, permitting the sale and distribution of “medical marijuana.” Referred to as the
"Compassion Act,” this probably should have been designated the “Bait and Switch” Act...

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