2018 Governor’s Race: State Senator Bill Hightower

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State Senator Bill Hightower spent his career in international business before being elected to the Alabama legislature in 2013. He says Alabama needs a businessman for a governor. The Republican candidate spoke with WBHM’s Andrew Yeager as part of our series of interviews with gubernatorial candidates.

Hightower on changes he’d make to the state’s tax system and budgeting:

On education:

On banning sanctuary cities:

On infrastructure:

On healthcare:

Hear the full interview:

Andrew Yeager

Andrew Yeager

Host/Reporter



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