Jeff Sessions, who is running for his old Senate seat in the Republican primary election March 3, was in Cullman this week meeting with educators, law enforcement and supporters.
Sessions resigned his Senate seat when he was selected by President Donald Trump as Attorney General.
Thursday he met with supporters at the Busy Bee Cafe, and around town and then sat down with The Cullman Times for an interview. The Times will be conducting interviews with all candidates and will present those in an issue closer to the election. Here's a short video clip from our interview.