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Did you know?
  • Voting straight party will change nothing - vote for
    Frank Dillman
    needed change.
  • More than 1 in 4 of our neighbors live in poverty.
  • 100% of our students are eligible for free government lunches
  • Macon County August 2015 unemployment is staggering at 8.7%
  • Macon County has lost 20% of our population since 1980 and is projected to lose more than any county through 2040; primarily the middle class.
  • Macon County passed a stiff Business Privilege (their term not mine) Fee which is passed to taxpayers and consumers.
  • After the Business Privilege Fee, our commissioners came back four years later and wanted an assortment of new and expanded taxes. They got a 2 cent "fuel" tax without allowing the vote of the people. They actually wanted a 5-cent "fuel" tax and two additional taxes: rental and occupational tax.
  • Paid by Frank R. Dillman, Notasulga, AL 36866

Vote for Change.... Change your Vote

As an Independent candidate I can not simply pay a filing fee to get on the November 8, 2016 ballot. I needed 172 verified petitions from Macon County registered voters who understand competition in sport and politics strengthens all players and therefore be willing to place me on the ballot. Get this - 233 petitions were certified, nearly 40% more than I needed, from the near 300 submitted. As soon as the Probate Judge notifies me I will be an official candidate for Chairman, Macon County Commission on the November 2016 ballot.

It is still not too late to register to vote, of which I hope you will vote for Frank Dillman. My biggest opponent will not be the sitting chairman but straight party voting. Therefore, for your vote to count you must mark the ballot immediately next to Frank Dillman.

Macon County Register to VoteThe Secretary of State has made voter registration extremely easy and can be accomplished from your home with a cup of coffee or tea at your side. will get you registered to vote from the comfort of home or your local library.


Download the easy-to-complete voter registration form and hand-deliver it or mail it to the Registrar's Office, 101 Rosa Parks Ave Ste 100 Tuskegee 36083-1735.

Though I most likely will not have a primary opponent as an Independent, you are eligible to vote in the primary on March 1, 2016 for the other candidates. To be eligible for the entire 2016 and later election cycles your registration form must be hand delivered by February 12 or if mailing, postmarked by February 13.

To vote for me on November 8, 2016 and if not already registered to vote, your application must be at the County Registrar's Office by Saturday, October 24. To ensure no glitches, provide an extra week or more before any deadlines!

Alabama Votes is full of helpful information, in particular this 2016 voter guide. If you or a family member is in the military or employed overseas and require an absentee ballot, or if elderly or with a disability whose polling place is inaccessible, notify and ask for assistance from the Registrar's Office beginning January 6, 2016, but certainly a couple of months before any election.

REMEMBER a photo ID is required to vote in Alabama.

For further assistance contact Macon County Registrars at (334) 724-2617.

You are encouraged to read and share my two-sided bio and visionary fact sheet with your friends and family and post copies on break room and community center bulletin boards. Print a copy of my campaign card and post on your refrigerator and bulletin boards about Macon County. At the minimum point your Macon County friends and family members to this website and my campaign Face Book page. If we want change in Macon County, little things like this will have a positive impact toward the change.

Remember, I can only become a candidate upon being qualified by the Macon County Probate Judge, until then we are collecting petitions for ballot access.

Invite me to speak with your community group or association by email or calling 334-740-4217.

Get to know me and know I will serve you to the best of my capabilities; I will walk your walk. Voting for me rather than straight ticket voting will set the tone, as you know, for much needed change in our Macon County government.

For those of you who are tired of the one-party Macon County and being denied a viable and open ballot, know competition strengthens both the winner and loser on any playing field or court. Politics is no different. Open debate of candidates before the public will strength all candidates, in particular sending a stronger and wiser person to office to represent you. After the primary, organize a public forum for all county wide candidates on the Nov. 2016 ballot to discuss the county business and issues important to you.