Although I am not a "politician," I do have a diverse skill set that qualifies me to be the next person to lead Northport forward. My 27 years in law enforcement both with the Tuscaloosa County Sheriff's Office and the University of Alabama Police Department and public service with the Northport Planning Commission and leading youth sports in our communities has taught me about the leadership this city needs as it moves into the future. I learned during my time working at the Sheriff's Office that listening to the ideas and concerns of my fellow man or woman is the key to success. We can and will work together to move Northport forward! I make a commitment always to be available to all citizens of our great city. I humbly ask for your support and your vote on August 25th.

Prioritize developing a long-term plan for our city


Invest in Infrastructure

Investing in local roads and bridges in Northport, AL. We need a long term plan to maintain our roads.

Grow Our Future

Aggressively pursue economic and industrial development while supporting our schools! We have to find new ways that the city of Northport can physically and financially support the schools within our boundaries while pursuing NEW JOBS.

Strengthen our Community

We need more advanced training and educational resources for the city’s first responders. As mayor I will treat all city employees as our largest asset and work towards a more stable work environment, with competitive pay and a fair promotion plan for all City employee’s
I want to pick up the ball where Mayor Aaron is leaving off and carry it across the goal line. I’ll bring common sense and conservative values to City Hall, and make sure that every citizen’s voice is heard in our city government.
Dale Phillips

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Absentee Voting

The Municipal Election for Mayor and 5 Council Member Places will be held Tuesday, August 25, 2020 from 7:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m.

Dates to remember:

August 10 – Last day to register to vote

August 20 – Last day to apply for a “regular” absentee ballot

August 24 – Last day the Absentee Election Manager (City Clerk) can receive an absentee ballot by US mail.  Any absentee ballots received after that time and date will not be counted.

Absentee Ballot Application