Our Candidates

Frank Dillman, Sr.

Macon County Commission, District 4

Frank is no stranger to the local political arena and has been active since the early 90’s.  He has written articles for The Tuskegee News, testified before numerous legislative committees and has been a vocal critic of the county’s suspicious business practices.  He also manages and speaks on behalf of the LetBamaVote.org campaign.

Frank is 69 years old and is retired from the U.S. Navy.  He moved to Macon County with his wife of almost 48 years, Dorothea, in 1990 where they raised two kids and they now have five grandchildren.  Frank has also given back to the community by volunteering for the local fire department, as well as helping take care of the elderly in nursing homes.  He is also a member of American Legion Post 140, Lee County Voters League, and has emceed the Notasulga Christmas Parade for 2 years.

He has made it his goal to challenge corruption by bringing accountability, fiscal responsibility, and transparency to the lacking Macon County government.  Mr. Dillman said his first act as commissioner would be to “broadcast the county meetings so the information would be more accessible to the public.

Learn more about Frank's platform here.

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Matt Shelby

Alabama House District 96

Matt was born in Fairhope, AL. He attended grade school at Christ the King Catholic School in Daphne, and high school at McGill-Toolen. He received his B.A. in Philosophy from Auburn University and his J.D. from the University of Alabama School of Law.

He returned back to his home after graduation from law school and worked as an Assistant District Attorney in Baldwin County before entering private practice with Greene & Phillips. 

Matt was born and raised on the Gulf Coast and is dedicated to ensuring that the area and its people are represented fairly and fully in Montgomery. The two-party duopoly of Democrats and Republicans has failed America, Alabama and the Gulf Coast time and time again. It is time for a true advocate of liberty to help guide Alabama.

Matt believes he can help shape a brighter future for his children, and all the people of Coastal Alabama, by advocating for a more transparent, accountable, and freedom-oriented system of governance.

Learn more about Matt's platform here.

Follow him on Facebook @electmattshelby, Twitter @JMatthewShelby, and Instagram @ElectMattShelby

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Elijah Boyd

Alabama House District 10

Elijah is a husband and father, and has been a foster parent for the past 4 years.

He is an Army veteran and was awarded an Army Achievement Medal, a Good Conduct Medal, a National Defense Service Medal, an Iraq Campaign Medal, a Global War on Terror Service Medal, as well as an Army Commendation Medal, twice.

Elijah earned a Bachelor's Degree in Computer Science, as well as a Master's in Business Administration.

He believes in the autonomy of the individual and the prudent restraint of government.

Learn more about his platform here.

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Michael Reeves

Baldwin County Board of Education, District 2

Michael earned a Bachelor degree at Georgia State University in Atlanta. He returned to the Gulf Coast where he has spent over a decade working in IT and Finance for a locally-owned and operated national property adjuster.

Michael was active in Boy Scouts, earned Eagle Scout and spent many summers at Camp Maubila providing instruction on topics ranging from swimming and boating to environmental science and nature studies.

He continues to offer tutoring in his spare time and is eager for the opportunity to help better prepare our children for their future.

Learn more about his platform here.

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