HUNTSVILLE, Ala. (AP) - Former north Alabama Congressman Bud
Cramer has announced he will be a partner in Huntsville marketing
and public relations firm in addition to working for a Washington,
D.C., lobbyist group.
Cramer said in a news release that his association with Wexler & Walker Public Policy Associates and Main Street Strategies will allow him to keep his base in Huntsville as well as help local companies bring new jobs.
The Democrat who was Alabama's most senior House member before
retiring announced on Jan. 26 that he had accepted a job as chairman with the lobbying firm Wexler & Walker.
Cramer also said he would take a lead role in helping the National Children's Advocacy Center raise funds for its foundation. Cramer helped found the NCAC while he was Madison County district attorney.
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