State Representative, District No. 15
Political experience: None
Professional experience: After earning her law degree and passing the bar, she opened the SLC Law Group, LLC in McCalla.
Education: Juris doctorate, Birmingham School of Law; master’s of social work, University of Alabama; bachelor’s in criminal justice, University of Alabama.
Civic experience: member, Worship Center Christian Church; member, Alpha Kappa Alpha sorority.
Main issues: The candidate said on her website that she “believes in excellent public education opportunities with multiple pathways to a successful future,” and “supports economic development initiatives that lead to jobs and prosperity, as well as legislation that protects children and seniors.” According to the website, Coleman, if elected would focus on community safety and encourage community policing, supporting small businesses, affordable healthcare through free-standing medical centers and increased access to primary care, and working families.
Top contributors: Shelby County Democratic Party, $1,000; Shelby Dems PAC, $827; Carolyn R. Culpepper, $500; Edmond Earl, $500; Ruby Davis, $500; United Mine Workers of America, $500; Yashiba Blanchard, $500; Kimberly Vogel, $350; Julian Hendrix, $300; Plumbers & Steamfitters, Local 91, $300.