Name: Jason Fisher
Residence: Orange Beach
Political races run: None
Political offices held: None
Professional experience: Vice president and senior consultant, Ruffalo Noel Levitz, 1991-2005, 2008-present; doctor of philosophy in Christian clinical psychology, Dayspring University, 2013; executive director and vice president for public relations, The Chromosome 18 Registry & Research Society, 2014-2016.
Education: Kirkwood Community College, associate of arts, liberal arts, 1989 and 2004; Coe College, bachelor of arts, business and political science, 2004; University of Arkansas, Clinton School of Public Service, master of public service, 2007.
Civic experience: Certified fundraising executive, 2011-present; Coe College Alumni Council, 2009-2013.
Main issues: Would push to secure high-quality, affordable health care for all; protect Medicaid for disabled, low-income Alabamians and the working poor; close the wealth gap; revitalize the middle class through good-paying jobs; paid flex-time for workers to care for elderly parents, disabled dependents and children; fully fund and improve public education; promote and increase funding for scientific and medical research; promote green technology and jobs to re-establish America’s leadership on fight against climate change; end partisan and racial gerrymandering; comprehensive immigration policy.
Campaign web site: https://fisherforsenate.com
Total receipts: $28,315
Contributions of $500 and up
$6,767: Jason Fisher, Orange Beach.
$2,000: Stan Campbell, Chapel Hill, NC.
$1,000: Mark Rountree, Louisville, KY.
$500: Duane Jasper, Cedar Rapids, IA.; Kathy Buffington, Des Moines, IA.