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Governor Kay Ivey
54th Governor of Alabama
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Governor Kay Ivey retweeted
Jim Bridenstine Aug 16
Replying to @JimBridenstine
Marshall’s Lisa Watson-Morgan was recently named the program manager for the agency’s Human Landing Systems and, in this role, she will keep us on track toward meeting the challenge to send the first woman and next man to the Moon by 2024.
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Governor Kay Ivey Aug 16
Alabama welcomes this incredible news! You couldn’t have chosen a more qualified & deserving site to lead this mission than the birthplace of America’s space program — . Alabamians stand ready to once again lead our nation into the next space frontier.
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Governor Kay Ivey Aug 16
ICYMI: Alabama has set a NEW record for number of people working & has reached the lowest unemployment rate ever!
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Governor Kay Ivey Aug 16
Abbeville Fiber is creating 105 jobs in Henry Co., giving dreamers in this area the opportunity for even more — a career in AL’s thriving timber industry. They could have chosen to go anywhere, but they chose Sweet Home AL. Thank you Abbeville Fiber for believing in Alabamians!
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Governor Kay Ivey Aug 16
More than 57,000 Alabamians have jobs today that didn’t a year ago. That means that 57,000 more Alabamians have a job & are contributing to our state’s economy. We are on the right track!
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Governor Kay Ivey Aug 15
Enhancing credential transparency will produce powerful results for the citizens of Alabama. Partnering with will help our state move forward with meeting growing workforce demands, beginning with the growing aerospace & aviation & health care industries.
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Governor Kay Ivey Aug 15
We're honored to work with you as well! We look forward to a strong partnership.
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Governor Kay Ivey Aug 15
If we turn out at the rate we did in 2000, we will lose two congressional seats. If we turn out at the rate we did in 2010, we will lose one. The results of the are real important to our state.
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Governor Kay Ivey Aug 14
Replying to @uscensusbureau @ADECA
We are thankful to Dr. Steven Dillingham, the director of the , for joining us. My admin will do everything we can to ensure that our participation rate in the sets a record & ensures our representation in Washington remains the same.
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Governor Kay Ivey Aug 14
I appreciate for hosting an important discussion on the this afternoon. It’s absolutely critical the we have an accurate & complete count b/c it’ll have a direct correlation to our health care, infrastructure, education & much more.
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Governor Kay Ivey Aug 14
I love seeing economic development projects come to a completion — it’s a sign of AL’s progress! Today, I’m touring ’s new manufacturing facility, which is creating 110 new jobs in Pike Co. It’s going to have a major impact on AL’s forest products industry!
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Governor Kay Ivey Aug 13
While at Clay County’s celebration, I was a guest for . My dear friend & AL’s tourism director, Lee Sentell, is AL’s longest serving cabinet member. Serving since 2003, tourism has increased in our state by 33%!
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Governor Kay Ivey Aug 13
Just finished touring the Tanner East AL Medical Center. This recently built, state-of-the-art facility provides critical health care options to local citizens. I appreciate & local officials for taking the time to share with me this jewel in Randolph Co.
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Governor Kay Ivey retweeted
ADECA Aug 12
ADECA will host a workshop for the 2020 Census Grant Program on Wednesday, Sept. 4. Space is limited and preregistration is required.
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Governor Kay Ivey Aug 12
This morning, I welcomed members of the AL Legislature & bill advocates to the Capitol for a special ceremony. I was proud to sign 10 important pieces of legislation. Through leadership & collaboration, we're making AL an even sweeter home.
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ADECA Aug 12
. has awarded a $308,904 grant to the Victims of Crime and Leniency Angel House in Montgomery to assist victims of violent crimes in 60 counties throughout the state.
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Governor Kay Ivey Aug 10
I’m honored to be with in celebrating a successful legislative session and their partnership with the passage of Rebuild Alabama. They were the tip of the spear in this effort. Our state is moving in the right direction!
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ADOL Aug 9
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Governor Kay Ivey Aug 9
Our partnership has made great progress for our state this year!
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Governor Kay Ivey Aug 9
I’m honored to attend the summer conference this weekend. Thank you to the Chairman of the Board Mark Crosswhite & BCA President Katie Britt for your leadership & the entire BCA team for your commitment to moving Alabama fwd.
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