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United we stand

Help me make a stand for you in Washington!

 
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Let me be your voice in a room full of echoes!

Stand up for America!

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Meet Bea

My name is Beatrice Nichols, and I would like to formally announce my candidacy for the 7th congressional district of Alabama.  I was born in Knoxville, Tennessee and moved to Alabama when I was 11 years old.  We moved to Moundville, Alabama when I was 13 years old.  The 7th district is my home.  This is where I grew up and raised my family.  I am a mother of three children and a proud foster mom. I am married to one of the most hardworking men I have ever known.  And I am a proud American who is ready to stand up for the country I love.    

            I graduated from Hale County High School in 1992 and got married not long after graduation.  I had my first child in 1994 and in 1997, I started classes at a local community college where I received a nursing license.  After graduating, I worked in Tuscaloosa for a local doctor.  I had my second child in 2000 and in 2005, I went back to school.  I attended The University of Alabama for elementary and special education and went on to teach 2nd grade at a local private school for 6 years.  During the time I was teaching, I went back to The University to receive a master's degree in special education.  I graduated in 2011 and had my third child in November of that year. In 2013, I went to work at a local public school as a self-contained special education teacher.  Currently, I am back at The University of Alabama pursuing a doctorate in special education.

            The 7th district is rich with history, diversity, and resilience.  The 7th district encompasses parts of Tuscaloosa and Jefferson counties.  It also includes Pickens, Sumter, Choctaw, Hale, Greene, Marengo, Perry, Wilcox, Lowndes, Dallas County, and parts of Clarke County.  The 7th district is what most would call the Black Belt, an area known for its rich black soil.  The Black Belt is so diverse and unique and has many great places to visit.  From the Mound State Park in Moundville to the Talladega National Forrest to the great historic museums of Selma, the 7th district is overflowing with great history and beautiful landscapes.    

 

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