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Dean Young is a Republican candidate who has sought election as a staunch supporter of the U.S. House to represent the 1st Congressional District of Alabama

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As a 2016 Republican condition, Young sought election to the United States House to represent the first Congressional District of Alabama. However, he was defeated by Bradley Byrne.

Young also sought out the election in 2012 as a representative for the first Congressional District of Alabama. However, Young was defeated by Jo Bonner.

Dean Young represented the true American story from starting out with so little and worked hard to gain so much. Young was raised in the rural side of Pascagoula, Mississippi growing up with his mother and siblings. After discovering the hardships of his mother, he decided to take on side jobs at the age of fourteen to help his mom pay for expenses. He dropped out of high school at the age of sixteen. He then asked for his mother to approve of his early enlistment and signed up for the United States Air Force.

He went on to continue his studies at the University of Southern Mississippi at the young age of 20 and became a businessman who ventured into real estate, property rental, and marketing.

 

Dean Young also has:

Led the opposition to defeat the “Rain Tax” and property tax increases

Led the most successful petition drive in the entire history of Alabama

Became a licensed Alabama Real Estate Agent

Became a licensed Alabama Home Builder

National Sales Trainer

Owns and operates four companies

Owns and operates four companies

Today, he owns and operates several companies as well as previously served as an Orange Beach Zoning and Planning Commissioner. Dean Young also worked as an aide to the late Roy Moore, Chief Justice of the Alabama Supreme Court.

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