Twenty-three years old and captivated by the music industry, Martha Roby thought she was headed to Nashville and a recording industry management career – but then politics came calling. Inspired by a speaker who challenged young professionals to build a better Alabama, she decided to stay and make a difference. Martha ran for Montgomery City Council at age 26 and won. As councilwoman, she was repeatedly instrumental in voting down tax hikes and sparking growth for local businesses.
Today in Congress, her Alabama roots remain strong. Martha is an unwavering advocate for our military and their families, fighting for legislation that benefits our veterans. She also looks out for our farmers, playing a prominent role in advocating for their rights in Congress. Her conservative leadership is music to our ears.
Martha is running for reelection in Alabama’s 2nd Congressional District.