Linda Blanchard will visit Tallassee Elementary School on Monday, Feb. 7. During the visit, Blanchard will be making a $2,500 dollar donation to the school library in honor of former Tallassee teacher and librarian, Dianne Norrell.
Norell retired from teaching in 2015 and was later diagnosed with ovarian cancer in 2017.
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (WIAT) — The field for the Alabama governor seat has heated up over the past few months with a couple additions to the race.
Lindy Blanchard, a graduate of Auburn University, served as ambassador to Slovenia under the Trump administration.
On Saturday, GOP gubernatorial candidate Lynda “Lindy” Blanchard spoke to the Shoals Republican Club at their monthly breakfast meeting. Blanchard is challenging incumbent Gov. Kay Ivey (R) in the Republican Primary.
“Europe used to be our number one trading partner,” said Blanchard.
On Wednesday, Lindy Blanchard was present at 8am and spent the first day back to school with Cullman County students and teachers. Blanchard spoke to a large group of students and fielded questions at Fairview, Vinemont and West Point High Schools and also toured the Child Development Center with Principal Chris Chambers.
MONTGOMERY, Ala. – Lindy Blanchard, the former U.S. Ambassador to Slovenia who announced her candidacy for governor last month, today launched a significant advertising campaign aimed at raising her profile among Republican voters and giving her a chance to unseat incumbent Gov.