Sen. Rusty Glover to run for lieutenant governor of Alabama

AL.com by Mike Cason -- State Sen. Rusty Glover, a Mobile native and retired high school teacher, has announced he will run for lieutenant governor in 2018.

Glover, a Republican who lives in Semmes, has served in the Senate since 2006 and served one term in the House of Representatives before that.

Rusty Glover to run for lieutenant governor

Montgomery Advertiser by Brian Lyman -- Sen. Rusty Glover announced Wednesday he will run for lieutenant governor, in one of the first campaign announcements for 2018.

A Republican from Semmes in Mobile County, Glover, 50, said in an announcement that he wanted to “make the Legislature open to all people, looking out for all Alabamians and not just the select few.”

Sen. Glover announces run for Alabama Lt. Governor

WSFA -- Senator Rusty Glover (R-Mobile) has announced he will be seeking the seat of Lt. Governor in the 2018 general election.

In a tweet Glover stated, "It has been an honor to serve the people of south Alabama. Now I want to serve all of Alabama as your next Lt. Gov."

Glover Announces Run For Lt. Governor

WKRG By Bill Riales -- A Gulf Coast legislator says he will run for the state’s second-highest office.

Alabama State Senator Rusty Glover announced today he will run for the office of Lieutenant Governor. Glover has served in the legislature since 2002. He’s been a senator since 2006 representing District 34.

Senator Rusty Glover Announces Campaign for AL Lieutenant Governor

WTVY — Wednesday, State Senator Rusty Glover announced his candidacy for Lieutenant Governor of Alabama in 2018.

Glover, a native of Mobile, has served in the Alabama Legislature for 14 years as a member of Alabama House of Representatives (2002-2006) and Senate (2006-present).