Campaign News - Bill Hightower


Hightower Campaign Releases New TV & Radio Ad

The Bill Hightower for Congress campaign released new television and radio advertisements in the Republican primary for the open Alabama 1st congressional district race. Continue reading

Hightower Launches First TV Ad

Former state Senator and conservative Republican for Congress in Alabama's open 1st congressional district Bill Hightower (R-AL) launches his first campaign ad of the Primary Election. The ad highlights Hightower's trusted record of fighting for Alabama on key issues like protecting the sanctity of Life, defending our religious liberties, and standing for conservative values. Continue reading

Hightower Calls Impeachment a National Travesty

Conservative candidate for Congress Bill Hightower (R-AL) today responded to the impeachment of President Trump by the Democratic House of Representatives. Continue reading

Team Hightower is Growing - Jon Harris Named Campaign Manager

Bill Hightower, candidate for Congress in Alabama’s open First Congressional District, announced today that Jon Harris will serve as his campaign manager. Continue reading

Bill Hightower Qualifies For Ballot

Former Republican state Senator and conservative candidate for Congress in Alabama's open First Congressional District Bill Hightower (R-AL) today filed with the Alabama Republican Party in Montgomery to formally be a candidate for Congress. Continue reading

Hightower Signs Taxpayer Protection Pledge

Bill Hightower, conservative Republican candidate for Congress in Alabama’s first congressional district, signed Americans for Tax Reform’s Taxpayer Protection Pledge. Continue reading

Hightower Signs US Term Limits Pledge

We’ll never find the solutions if the country keeps re-electing the same career politicians year after year, the same politicians who tell us one thing at election time but then do nothing when they get to Congress. That must stop now! Bill Hightower, Republican for Congress, has signed the US Term Limits pledge to create term limits for Congress. Continue reading