To be fair, I will pick one Democrat and one Republican you should not vote for on Election Day if you live in Alabama.
Republican That You Should Not Vote For: Rep..
Rep. Bachus is running for his 11th term in the 6th District of Alabama in November against Penny Bailey. Rep. Bachus has a powerful position within the US House of Representatives as Chairman of the House Committee on Financial Services.
It's a miracle that he is overseeing the financial services of the entire nation knowing that he committed insider trading in 2008, in which he capitalized on the collapse of the economy.
Of course, the ethics charges and the indictment against him disappeared because he is the Chairman of the House Committee on Financial Services. This example is one of many of the Republican Party sabotaging the American economy for their own personal gain.
Also, a person's purpose in life is embedded into the name of a person.
Rep. Bachus' last name is pronounced just like Bacchus, the Roman mythical god of immorality and wine. Why is this unethical guy that claims to be a fiscal conservative even over the financial services of the entire United States of America?
Democrat That You Should Not Vote For: Alabama State Rep. Daniel Boman.
State Rep. Boman is running against current 4th District Rep. Robert Aderholt. Rep. Aderholt will be seeking his ninth term. State Rep. Boman made headlines last year when he switched from Republican to Democrat.
The reason for the switch in political parties is because of how the teachers were being mistreated within the state of Alabama. Teachers always need help to deal with these knuckleheads in school.
Even though Rep. Boman has been strong in this area, you never hear about any other turns in his stance from Republican to Democrat. Therefore, he is technically a Democrat in name only (DINO). The rest of the positions that Rep. Boman stands for are still conservative. I've never heard him talk about the immigration reform that is drastically needed in the state when all of the migrant workers left. I've never heard him talk about improving race relations in the state when racists wanted to erect a statue in Selma, AL of a former KKK Grand Wizard. Don't fall for the act; he just switched to Democrat for political reasons.