“I am pleased to announce that I am officially qualified to run for Attorney General of Alabama. Thank you for your support. Together, we can bring integrity back to the office,” Christie posted on Facebook upon qualifying to run on Tuesday.
Christie’s platform includes protecting the people of Alabama, providing support to law enforcement and DAs and prosecuting government corruption.
A Rhode College graduate, Christie went on to Duke University on a partial scholarship, earning his law degree and a M.A. in Public Policy. While in law school, he taught undergraduates introductory Public Policy, worked as a Resident Director over about half of the upperclass undergraduates, and spent his last semester working at the Orange County Public Defenders’ Office in N.C. While in law school he also married his wife, Donna Wallace Christie.