Artur Davis

Politician Artur Davis is an attorney who served as a Representative for Alabama's 7th Congressional district until January 2011. He left politics after being defeated in his gubernatorial run. The former Obama supporter, who says the President has gone too far to the left, switched from the Democratic to the Republican party in 2012. He was a speaker at the 2012 Republican National Convention.

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Headline news from opening day of the Conservative Political Action Conference.

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