Bracy new chairman of Alabama black caucus
MONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP) — Democratic state Rep. Napoleon Bracy of Prichard is the new chairman of the Legislative Black Caucus.
The caucus elected Bracy to serve a two-year term. He replaces Democratic Sen. Bobby Singleton of Greensboro, who served the last two years.
Bracy says he and caucus members will work for quality education for all children, equal rights and pay for minorities and women, and the protection of voting rights.
The caucus includes members from the House and Senate. It traditionally has a senator serve as chairman for two years and then a representative serve for two years.