When Gov. Bob Riley begins selling his $1.2 billion tax and accountability plan to voters, he will have the inside scoop on a major opponent.
Riley's chief of staff, Toby Roth, and the governor's ap-pointments secretary, Twinkle Andress, formerly worked for Citizens for a Sound Economy.
The Washington-based taxpayers advocacy group last week announced a campaign against the tax increases. The group says it has 7,000 Alabama members with a record of activism. The announcement didn't say how the group plans to fight Riley's package or what money it would commit.