Regardless of partisan conflict, Al has the credibility over the past 30 years as a public policy leader with a balanced approach to events, situations and issues.
Al ensures neighborhood, community, faith, and small business leaders get included in the decision-making
process of government to the same degree as lobbyists, special interest groups, and corporations.
With the expanding senior population in Georgia and across the nation, Al is committed to supporting seniors in acquiring resources needed
in the 21st century.
Al sees healthcare disparities and adverse outcomes can be addressed in equitable management of our healthcare resources statewide, so that all Georgians have quality healthcare.
Al is working with small business stakeholders in rural, suburban, and urban communities to have Small Business Development Centers established throughout the state of Georgia. He is committed to ensuring small businesses, entrepreneurs, and people who want to make a living from their craft have what they need to develop their businesses - the backbone of our economy.
Al has been working in the field of violence prevention for over 40 years. He is continuing his commitment with law enforcement and communities to prioritize collaborative public policy to increase trust and communication that prevents violence. He is committed to introducing legislation to address long-standing racial inequities.