Colston seeks House District 69 seat

Published 12:36 am Tuesday, November 10, 2009

SELMA — David B. Colston has announced he’ll seek the District 69 seat in the Alabama State Legislature.

Colston said the citizens in District 69 deserve a state representative the will put their needs first; a representative they can be proud of that will be honest, integrity and leaderhisp skills to the table.

“It gives me pleasure to announce my candidacy for state representative because we all want better schools, security for our seniors and together, we can make our communities and District 69 a grea place to raise our families and improve our quality of life,” he said.

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As the next state representative, Colston will work across party lines and vote on issues that are in the best interests of the people in District 69 without regard to his personal interest or agenda.

Colston is a graduate of Wilcox Central High in Camden, Alabama and Faulkner univeristies in Montgomery with a bachelor of science degree in criminal justice. His adult life has been committed to public service as evidenced by his 12 years iof service to the Alabama Department of Public Safety after having served six years in the Alabama National Guard as a military police officer.

Colston resides in Lowndes County and works in Dallas County.

He is a member of Mount Olive Missionary Baptist Church in Lowndesboro, where he serves on the board of deacons, the usher board and as a member of the male chorus.

Colston and his wife of 13 years, Zandra Colston, share the joy of two children, DaVandra and David.