Doug Jones


A dedicated public servant for Alabama

Senator Doug Jones has spent decades working to make Alabama a safer and better place. Jones served as the U.S. Attorney for the Northern District of Alabama from 1997 to 2001, where he successfully prosecuted two men responsible for the 1963 bombing of the 16th Street Baptist Church. In the U.S. Senate, Jones has continued to take bold stands to make our country better and advance equal opportunity for all.

A strong ally of getting big money out of politics in the U.S. Senate

In the Senate, Jones is committed to unrigging our political system to give a voice to all Americans, not just the wealthy and well-connected. A co-sponsor of the For the People Act, Jones supports comprehensive democracy reform that would implement stronger disclosure laws and bring more transparency to our elections, ensure voting rights, crack down on gerrymandering, and strengthen ethics rules.

Winning in Alabama to win back the Senate

The first Democratic Senator elected from Alabama in 25 years, Jones is well-positioned for re-election thanks to the groundswell of grassroots support that propelled him to victory in 2017. But the campaign ahead of him will be tough. Republicans are targeting him relentlessly and tens of millions of dollars will be spent against him. Holding this seat in Alabama will help ensure a Democratic Senate. End Citizens United stands with Doug Jones as he campaigns for re-election.

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