“Working people in Alabama are suffering”
James Fields will work as Alabama’s Lt. Governor to restore a pro-growth climate for business and industry in our state while rebuilding our economy from the middle out.
“Our students and the future success of Alabama deserve our best.”
Public school and college educators, support staff and administrators work hard every day in Alabama, and our state leadership has failed to recognize and reward the positive impact they have on students’ lives.
Equal Pay for Equal Work
“Women must receive fairness in the workplace.”
Women work alongside men in difficult and demanding jobs every day. James Fields supports their equal protections and treatment under just and equitable laws.
Alabama the Beautiful
“James Fields will stand for our legacies: our treasured environment, culture and liberties.”
James Fields supports the preservation of Alabama’s natural resources for outdoor enthusiasts within our state and guests who enjoy our hospitality and recreational opportunities.
James FieldsCandidate for Alabama Lt. Governor
Born in rural Cullman County, Alabama, in a small community called Colony, James Fields’ experiences in his childhood taught him the values of close and loving family ties and a strong work ethic.
His life has been devoted to helping and guiding people—from working as a supervisor for nearly 30 years for the Alabama Department of Industrial Relations, to serving in the State House of Representatives for Alabama District 12, being a minister, and coaching young people in community leagues. When he announced his candidacy for lieutenant governor of Alabama in November 2013, Fields said, “I’ve been a coach and mentor to hundreds of children. If I can corral them, teach them, help them to learn to be respectful and make the right choices, I can do that for the Alabama State Legislature.”
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WCQT Channel 27, Cullman, AL
I have known James Fields for many, many years, and I have no doubt whatsoever that when he is elected Lt. Governor, we will have a man in office who will do the job he is elected to do. James is as honest as the day is long, and I will do everything I can to help him get elected.
Retired Educator, Helena, AL
How can I not like one of the best students I have ever taught? He is a fellow United Methodist and brother in Christ as we have worked several Kairos Prison Ministries together. To know James is to love him. He will make a great Lt. Governor.