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Topic - Parker Griffith
One of Gov. Robert Bentley's opponents in the governor's race released his income tax return Wednesday, and another opponent said he will release his tax return as soon as he files it.
Democratic candidate for governor Parker Griffith is a lot like Republican Gov. Robert Bentley. Both are 71, both are doctors and both are running for governor. That's about where the similarities end.
Three candidates for governor are running on state lottery platforms and gambling that Alabama voters have changed their views since rejecting Gov. Don Siegelman's lottery plan 15 years ago.
Former U.S. Rep. Parker Griffith kicked off his Democratic campaign for governor Wednesday by calling Republican incumbent Robert Bentley timid and advocating expansion of the state Medicaid program under the federal health care law.
Former Republican U.S. Rep. Parker Griffith of Huntsville rejoined the Democratic Party and entered the race for governor minutes before Friday's deadline.
Former U.S. Rep. Parker Griffith of Huntsville is running for governor as a Democrat.
He said he would make up the difference for taxpayers by not using as much security as Bentley does.
On the Democratic side, former U.S. Rep. Parker Griffith of Huntsville said he filed for an extension, but he plans to release his income tax return as soon as he files it.