Tabitha Isner, the Democratic nominee for the U.S. Representative seat for Alabama’s Second District, emphasized problem-solving over partisan talking points in an interview with our Tonya Pruitt.
“I’m fundamentally a problem solver,” she said. “It’s what my training is in.”
Isner worked as a federal contractor for early education policies and designed software programs to “support the child care and early learning workforce,” as her website states.
Isner said she was motivated to run against Martha Roby, the Republican incumbent candidate, after seeing what she thought was a lack of community engagement from Roby.
The Isner campaign will have a kickoff event Saturday at 2251 S Oates St. Food will be provided, and visitors will have an opportunity to meet and get to know the candidate.