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Mobile Mayor Sandy Stimpson endorses Kay Ivey for Governor

MOBILE, Ala. (WPMI) — “Her support for Mobile has been unparalleled, and I look forward to seeing the continued growth she’ll bring to Southwest Alabama in her second term as Governor. I will be voting for her on May 24, and I would encourage others who want to keep the state moving forward to do the same.” – Mayor Sandy Stimpson.
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Preview of Perspectives with Eric Reynolds: Mayor Sandy Stimpson

Eric sits down with Mayor Sandy Stimpson for a one on one. The plan is to move several major projects forward to continue what Stimpson calls a transformation of the Port City in the next 100 days. There are seven focus areas in the Mayor’s plan that will address public...
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Mayor Sandy Stimpson releases 100-day plan for third term

MOBILE, Ala. (WPMI) — Tuesday morning Mobile Mayor Sandy Stimpson released an ambitious agenda for the first 100 Days of his third term in office — a plan that will move several major goals and projects forward. The theme for the administration’s third term is “Uniting Mobile Through Action,” and...
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Mayor Sandy Stimpson issues statement on passing of City Council President Levon Manzie

“I am deeply saddened to hear about the passing of my friend and colleague, City Council President Levon Manzie. Being grounded in his faith, Reverend Manzie was driven to be a peacemaker. While his focus was serving his constituents, his heart was for moving the entire City of Mobile forward. It was Levon’s childhood dream to be a city councilman in his hometown – a dream he fulfilled as a truly dedicated public servant for the city he dearly loved.
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Mobile Mayor Sandy Stimpson declares state of emergency, closes city offices

MOBILE, Ala. (WALA) -- Mobile Mayor Sandy Stimpson has declared a state of emergency as the area starts to experience the effects of powerful Hurricane Ida. Except for emergency personnel, city operations will close in response to Ida during a designated Alert status mobilization period from noon on Sunday until a time to be determined, according to the mayor's office. In accordance with the order, all City of Mobile offices will be closed on Monday.
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Mobile Mayor Sandy Stimpson rolls to a third term in office

Mobile Mayor Sandy Stimpson rolled to an overwhelming victory in Tuesday’s mayoral race and will serve a third term as the city’s top elected official. The unofficial count from the city showed Stimpson with 62% of the vote, which was an impressive 40 percentage point lead over Councilman Fred Richardson, who was in second-place with 22%. Running in a distant third-place was municipal judge Karlos Finley with 14.3%.
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Mayor Sandy Stimpson elected for another term

MOBILE COUNTY, Ala. (WPMI) — Voters re-elected Mayor Sandy Stimpson with 62 percent of the votes on Tuesday. Mayor Sandy Stimpson held a watch party at Crown Hall in downtown Mobile. The room was filled with excitement when the numbers came in showing Mayor Stimpson as the projected winner. Mayor...
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Sandy Stimpson cruises to victory to earn third term as Mayor of Mobile

MOBILE, Ala. (WALA) -- Mobile Mayor Sandy Stimpson easily won a third term in office with a blowout victory in the municipal election. Stimpson finished the night with 57 percent of the vote, avoiding a runoff. His closest challenger was city council member Fred Richardson who earned 29 percent. Municipal judge Karlos Finley got 13 percent, Michael Young got one percent, and Donavette Ely finished under one percent.
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