Alabama gubernatorial candidate Bradley Bryne spoke to the Republican Women of Coffee County Wednesday.
He discussed the three E's of his campaign.
First, he wants ethics reform, cleaning up corruption in government.
He's pushing for education reform, addressing the drop-out rate, adding technical education programs, improving reading scores, and discussing the tenure law and charter schools law.
Finally, he says he's also focusing on economic development, working with area leaders on the I-10 connector and building the aviation program in Coffee County.
Byrne also fielded questions about gambling and the Country Crossing development.
"I think we can make Country Crossing a success without having to have gambling by giving them the same sort of incentives we give manufacturing industries and the likes,” says Byrne.
While Byrne opposes gambling, he says if the Supreme Court rules electronic bingo constitutional, it should be taxed and regulated.
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