“Funnest” thing EVER
It was 3:34 AM. Election day. Round 1.
“This is the funnest thing you’ve EVER let me do.” He smiled his giant smile and kept working. We were outside the Pelham Civic Complex. I couldn’t believe his joie de vivre.
All four kids possessed it.
Honestly, it was their relentless encouragement during the waning days of Round 1 that motivated us to carry on.
In fact, their witty “Shaver-ism’s” coupled with all of you, were our game changers.
Your words. Your encouragement. Your phone calls on our behalf. Knocking on doors for us in the sweaty July heat. Your notes. Facebook messages. Pithy tweets.
You. Kept. Us. Going.
For that, we are eternally grateful.
AB Commercial – Stop Common Core
AB talks about the issues with Matt Murphy
New Campaign Commercial: What If?
AB on The Morning Blaze with Doc Thompson
First Campaign Television Commercial
Alabama Alliance Against Abortion Endorses AB
You can see a complete list AAAA’s endorsements here.
Amie Beth Featured in National Review Online
Amie Beth’s campaign is featured in National Review Online, the nation’s premiere Conservative publication. You can read the article here.
District 43 Candidates Forum Wrap-Up
If you didn’t have the chance to make it to the House District 43 Candidate Forum, sponsored by the Shelby County Reporter, Shelby County GOP, and the Shelby County Chamber of Commerce, be sure and check out the writeup here.
AB on Birmingham’s Morning News
Matt Murphy and Amie Beth: Common Core, Healthcare… and Boots?
My oh my…
That was my life last week.
We had several events and I’d fall asleep late each night wondering if it would all get done.
As usual, I don’t know why I ever worried.
AB Talks GOP Primary on the Alabama Radio Network
Leah Brandon discusses the upcoming primary with Amie Beth on Viewpoint Alabama, on the Alabama Radio Network. In Birmingham, it airs on Magic 96.5, 102.5 The Bull, Newsradio 105.5 WERC, and 103.1 The Vulcan.
Moms’ Night Out: Campaign Movie Trailer
Thank you to everyone who came out for our Moms’ Night Out screening.
If you missed it, here’s the campaign’s movie trailer.
More videos of Amie Beth can be found here.
She said yes
She said yes.
Before she knew I was here.
That the doctor was calling from the delivery room didn’t rattle my mom one bit.
She simply enacted her plan, 5 years in the making, to bring me home. To their home.
As their daughter.
They were headed out on a medical mission trip later that month. Bags packed. Vaccinations received.
Money raised, I found out later, quickly returned.
Because it all changed.
17 and Counting
6: 11 pm. Right on time. Our wedding director gently shuttled us in to place. Her kind, confident smile encouraged us to nod and follow along. Who has the rings? Does he say the vows first or me? What if we lose the rings?
What if somebody falls out? Good grief, does anyone have a non-spearmint breath mint?
It’s funny, just before the shiny, mahogany doors swung open, just before the chiming of the bells, my patient father, held out his arm for me. I panicked.
- Raised in Shelby County
- Married to Dr. Chris Shaver
- Mother of four
- Briarwood Christian School grad
- Samford University alumna
- Member, Shelby County Republican Party
- Member, Greater Birmingham Republican Women
- Member at The Church at Brook Hills
- Birmingham radio personality on Leland Live
- Small business owner
- Author, Who Moved the Line? America’s Character Crisis
- Conservative commentator and speaker
- Newspaper columnist
- Spokeswoman for Allied Women, a grassroots conservative organization
- Miss Alabama, 1994
- Promote economic development
- Fight Obamacare
- Pro Life
- Stop Common Core
- Defend Second Amendment
- Cut red tape
- Lifelong Conservative
- A Fresh Voice