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Alabama
Alabama
House of Representatives

Alabama
Alabama
Legislature

Type

Type

Lower house

Term limits

None

History

New session started

March 1, 2011

Leadership

Speaker of the House

Mac McCutcheon (R) Since August 15, 2016

Speaker pro Tempore

Victor Gaston
Victor Gaston
(R) Since December 8, 2010

Majority Leader

Nathaniel Ledbetter (R) Since March 1, 2017

Minority Leader

Anthony Daniels (D) Since February 8, 2017

Structure

Seats 105

Political groups

Majority

  Republican (70)

Minority

  Democratic (32)

   Vacant
Vacant
(3)

Length of term

4 years

Authority Article IV, Alabama
Alabama
Constitution

Salary $42,830/yr [1]

Elections

Last election

November 4, 2014 (105 seats)

Next election

November 6, 2018 (105 seats)

Redistricting Legislative Control

Meeting place

House of Representatives Alabama
Alabama
State House Montgomery, Alabama

Website

Alabama
Alabama
House of Representatives

The Alabama
Alabama
House of Representatives is the lower house of the Alabama Legislature, the state legislature of the U.S. state of Alabama. The House is composed of 105 members representing an equal number of districts, with each constituency containing at least 42,380 citizens. There are no term limits in the House. The House is also one of the five lower houses of state legislatures in the United States that is elected every four years. Other lower houses, including the United States House of Representatives, are elected for a two-year term. The House meets at the Alabama State House
Alabama State House
in Montgomery.

Contents

1 Powers and process 2 Membership

2.1 Leadership

3 Composition 4 House roster 5 Past composition of the House 6 Committees 7 See also 8 References 9 External links

Powers and process[edit] All revenue-raising matters must originate in the Alabama
Alabama
House, just as in the Congress of the United States. The House must have a quorum to conduct business, and a majority of a quorum can pass any bill except a constitutional amendment, which requires a three-fifths vote of all those elected. An appropriation to a non-government organization, such as a private college, requires a two-thirds vote of those elected. In order to be a member of the Alabama
Alabama
House of Representatives, one must be a minimum of 21 years of age. Membership[edit] The Alabama
Alabama
House of Representatives is composed of 105 members, chosen from an equal number of districts across the state. Each member represents a district of approximately 42,000 people,[2] and is elected to a four-year term. Members of the House at the time of their election must have been citizens of Alabama
Alabama
for three years, and have lived in their respective districts for at least one year immediately preceding their election. The Speaker of the House is a member of the body and is elected by his colleagues to serve as its presiding officer. Members of the House are paid a salary of ten dollars per day, plus expenses other than travel in an amount fixed by joint resolution of the legislature. Leadership[edit]

Seal of the Speaker

The Speaker of the House presides over the House of Representatives. The Speaker is elected by the majority party caucus followed by confirmation of the full House through the passage of a House Resolution. In addition to presiding over the body, the Speaker is also the chief leadership position and controls the flow of legislation and committee assignments. Other House leaders, such as the majority and minority leaders, are elected by their respective party caucuses relative to their party's strength in the chamber.

Speaker of the House: Republican Mac McCutcheon, District 25 (Monrovia) Majority Leader: Republican Micky Hammon, District 4 (Decatur) Minority Leader: Democrat Anthony Daniels, District 53 (Madison)

Composition[edit]

70

32

Republican

Democratic

Affiliation Party (Shading indicates majority caucus)

Total

Republican Ind Democratic Vacant

End of previous legislature 66 1 37 104 1

Begin present legislature 72 0 33 105 0

Current 70 0 32 102 3

Latest voting share 7001686270000000000♠68.627%

7001313730000000000♠31.373%

House roster[edit]

District Name Party Residence First elected Counties represented

1 Phillip Pettus Rep

2014 Lauderdale

2 Lynn Greer Rep Florence 2002 Lauderdale, Limestone

3 Marcel Black Dem Tuscumbia 1990 Colbert, Lauderdale, Lawrence

4 Vacant

Limestone, Morgan

5 Danny Crawford Rep

2016 Limestone

6 Phil Williams Rep Harvest 2009 Limestone, Madison

7 Ken Johnson Rep Hillsboro 2010 Franklin, Lawrence, Morgan, Winston

8 Terri Collins Rep Decatur 2010 Morgan

9 Ed Henry Rep Hartselle 2010 Cullman, Marshall, Morgan

10 Mike Ball Rep Madison 2002 Madison

11 Randall Shedd Rep Cullman 2013 Blount, Cullman, Marshall, Morgan

12 Corey Harbison Rep Good Hope 2014 Cullman

13 Connie Rowe Rep Jasper 2014 Blount, Walker

14 Tim Wadsworth Rep

2014 Jefferson, Walker, Winston

15 Allen Farley Rep Pleasant Grove 2010 Jefferson, Shelby

16 Kyle South Rep Fayette 2014 Fayette, Jefferson, Lamar, Tuscaloosa

17 Mike Millican Rep Hamilton 1990 Lamar, Marion, Winston

18 Johnny Mack Morrow Dem Red Bay 1990 Colbert, Franklin, Lauderdale

19 Laura Hall Dem Huntsville 1993 Madison

20 Howard Sanderford Rep Huntsville 1989 Madison

21 Vacant

Madison

22 Ritchie Whorton Rep Owens Cross Roads 2014 Jackson, Madison

23 Tommy Hanes Rep Bryant 2014 DeKalb, Jackson

24 Nathaniel Ledbetter Rep Rainsville 2014 DeKalb

25 Mac McCutcheon Rep Capshaw 2006 Limestone, Madison

26 Kerry Rich Rep Albertville 2010 DeKalb, Marshall

27 Will Ainsworth Rep Guntersville 2014 Blount, DeKalb, Marshall

28 Craig Ford Dem Gadsden 2000 Etowah

29 Becky Nordgren Rep Gadsden 2010 Calhoun, DeKalb, Etowah

30 Mack Butler Rep Gadsden 2012 Etowah, St. Clair

31 Mike Holmes Rep Wetumpka 2014 Autauga, Elmore

32 Barbara Boyd Dem Anniston 1994 Calhoun, Talladega

33 Ronald Johnson Rep Sylacauga 1978 Clay, Coosa, Talladega

34 David Standridge Rep Oneonta 2012 Blount, Marshall

35 Steve Hurst Rep Munford 1998 Calhoun, Clay, Coosa, Talladega

36 Randy Wood Rep Anniston 2002 Calhoun, St. Clair, Talladega

37 Bob Fincher Rep

2014 Chambers, Cleburne, Randolph

38 Isaac Whorton Rep Valley 2014 Chambers, Lee

39 Richard Lindsey Dem Centre 1983 Calhoun, Cherokee, Cleburne, DeKalb

40 K. L. Brown Rep Jacksonville 2010 Calhoun

41 Corley Ellis Rep Columbiana 2016 Shelby

42 Jimmy Martin Rep

2014 Autauga, Chilton

43 Arnold Mooney Rep

2014 Jefferson, Shelby

44 Danny Garrett Rep Trussville 2014 Jefferson

45 Dickie Drake Rep Leeds 2011 Jefferson, Shelby

46 David Faulkner Rep

2014 Jefferson

47 Jack D. Williams Rep Birmingham 2004 Jefferson

48 Jim Carns Rep Vestavia Hills 2011 Jefferson, Shelby

49 April Weaver Rep Alabaster 2010 Bibb, Chilton, Shelby

50 Jim Hill Rep

2014 St. Clair

51 Allen Treadaway Rep Morris 2006 Jefferson

52 John Rogers Dem Birmingham 1982 Jefferson

53 Anthony Daniels Dem

2014 Madison

54 Patricia Todd Dem Birmingham 2006 Jefferson

55 Rod Scott Dem Fairfield 2006 Jefferson

56 Louise Alexander Dem Bessemer 2014 Jefferson

57 Merika Coleman Dem Birmingham 2002 Jefferson

58 Rolanda Hollis Dem

2017 Jefferson

59 Mary Moore Dem Birmingham 2002 Jefferson

60 Juandalynn Givan Dem Birmingham 2010 Jefferson

61 Alan Harper Rep Aliceville 2006 Pickens, Pickens, Tuscaloosa

62 Rich Wingo Rep

2014 Tuscaloosa

63 Bill Poole Rep Tuscaloosa 2010 Tuscaloosa

64 Harry Shiver Rep Bay Minette 2006 Baldwin, Monroe

65 Elaine Beech Dem Chatom 2009 Choctaw, Clarke, Marengo, Washington

66 Alan Baker Rep Brewton 2006 Baldwin, Escambia

67 Prince Chestnut Dem

2017 Dallas, Perry

68 Thomas Jackson Dem Thomasville 1994 Baldwin, Choctaw, Clarke, Conecuh, Marengo, Monroe, Washington

69 Kelvin Lawrence Dem

2014 Autauga, Lowndes, Montgomery, Wilcox

70 Christopher J. England Dem Tuscaloosa 2006 Tuscaloosa

71 Artis J. McCampbell Dem Demopolis 2006 Choctaw, Greene, Marengo, Pickens, Sumter, Tuscaloosa

72 Ralph Anthony Howard Dem Greensboro 2005 Bibb, Greene, Hale, Marengo, Perry, Sumter

73 Matt Fridy Rep

2014 Shelby

74 Dimitri Polizos Rep Montgomery 2013 Montgomery

75 Reed Ingram Rep

2014 Elmore, Montgomery

76 Thad McClammy Dem Montgomery 1994 Montgomery

77 John Knight Dem Montgomery 1993 Montgomery

78 Alvin Holmes Dem Montgomery 1974 Montgomery

79 Joe Lovvorn Rep Auburn 2016 Lee

80 Chris Blackshear Rep

2016 Lee, Russell

81 Mark Tuggle Rep Alexander City 2010 Chilton, Coosa, Tallapoosa

82 Pebblin Warren Dem Tuskegee 2005 Lee, Macon, Tallapoosa

83 Vacant

Lee, Russell

84 Berry Forte Dem Clayton 2010 Barbour, Bullock, Russell

85 Dexter Grimsley Dem Abbeville 2010 Henry, Houston

86 Paul Lee Rep

2010 Houston

87 Donnie Chesteen Rep Geneva 2010 Geneva, Houston

88 Paul Beckman Rep Prattville 2010 Autauga, Elmore

89 Alan Boothe Rep Troy 1998 Dale, Pike

90 Chris Sells Rep

2014 Butler, Coffee, Conecuh, Crenshaw, Montgomery

91 Barry Moore Rep Elba 2010 Coffee

92 Mike Jones Rep Andalusia 2010 Coffee, Covington, Escambia

93 Steve Clouse Rep Ozark 1994 Dale, Houston

94 Joe Faust Rep Fairhope 2004 Baldwin

95 Steve McMillan Rep Bay Minette 1982 Baldwin

96 Randy Davis Rep Daphne 2002 Baldwin, Mobile

97 Adline Clarke Dem

2013 Mobile

98 Napoleon Bracy Dem Saraland 2010 Mobile

99 James Buskey Dem Mobile 1976 Mobile

100 Victor Gaston Rep Mobile 1982 Mobile

101 Chris Pringle Rep Mobile 2014 Mobile

102 Jack W. Williams Rep

2014 Mobile

103 Barbara Drummond Dem

2014 Mobile

104 Margie Wilcox Rep

2014 Mobile

105 David Sessions Rep Grand Bay 2011 Mobile

Past composition of the House[edit] Main article: Elections in Alabama
Alabama
§ Summary of elections Committees[edit] Current committees include:[3]

Agriculture and Forestry Baldwin County Legislation Boards, Agencies and Commissions Children and Senior Advocacy Commerce and Small Business Constitutions, Campaigns and Elections County and Municipal Government Economic Development and Tourism Education Policy Ethics and Campaign Finance Financial Services Health Insurance Internal Affairs Jefferson County Legislation Judiciary

Lee County Legislation Local Legislation Madison County Legislation Military and Veterans' Affairs Mobile County Legislation Montgomery County Legislation Public Safety and Homeland Security Rules Shelby County Legislation State Government Technology and Research Transportation, Utilities and Infrastructure Tuscaloosa County Legislation Ways and Means Education Ways and Means General Fund

See also[edit]

Government of Alabama Alabama
Alabama
Senate

References[edit]

^ http://www.ncsl.org/Portals/1/Documents/legismgt/2016_Leg_Comp_Session_Per%20Diem_Mileage.pdf ^ Article IV, Section 50 of the Alabama
Alabama
Constitution. ^ " Alabama
Alabama
House Committees". Open States. Sunlight Foundation. 2014-04-09. Retrieved 2014-04-09. 

External links[edit]

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House of Representatives

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Members of the Alabama
Alabama
House of Representatives

Speaker of the House: Mac McCutcheon (R) Speaker pro tempore: Victor Gaston
Victor Gaston
(R)

Majority Leader: Micky Hammon (R) Minority Leader: Anthony Daniels (D)

   Phillip Pettus (R)    Lynn Greer (R)    Marcel Black (D)    Micky Hammon (R)    Danny Crawford (R)    Phil Williams (R)    Ken Johnson (R)    Terri Collins (R)    Ed Henry (R)    Mike Ball (R)    Randall Shedd (R)    Corey Harbison (R)    Connie Rowe (R)    Tim Wadsworth (R)    Allen Farley (R)    Kyle South (R)    Mike Millican (R)    Johnny Mack Morrow (D)    Laura Hall (D)    Howard Sanderford (R) Vacant    Ritchie Whorton (R)    Tommy Hanes (R)    Nathaniel Ledbetter (R)    Mac McCutcheon (R)    Kerry Rich (R)    Will Ainsworth (R)    Craig Ford (D)    Becky Nordgren (R)    Mack Butler (R)    Mike Holmes (R)    Barbara Boyd (D)    Ronald Johnson (R)    David Standridge (R)    Steve Hurst (R)    Randy Wood (R)    Bob Fincher (R)    Isaac Whorton (R)    Richard Lindsey (D)    K. L. Brown (R)    Corley Ellis (R)    Jimmy Martin (R)    Arnold Mooney (R)    Danny Garrett (R)    Dickie Drake (R)    David Faulkner (R)    Jack Williams (R)    Jim Carns (R)    April Weaver (R)    Jim Hill (R)    Allen Treadaway (R)    John Rogers (D)    Anthony Daniels (D)    Patricia Todd (D)    Rod Scott (D)    Louise Alexander (D)    Merika Coleman (D)    Rolanda Hollis (D)    Mary Moore (D)    Juandalynn Givan (D)    Alan Harper (R)    Rich Wingo (R)    Bill Poole (R)    Harry Shiver (R)    Elaine Beech (D)    Alan Baker (R)    Prince Chestnut (D)    Thomas Jackson (D)    Kelvin Lawrence (D)    Christopher J. England (D)    Artis J. McCampbell (D)    Ralph Anthony Howard (D)    Matt Fridy (R)    Dimitri Polizos (R)    Reed Ingram (R)    Thad McClammy (D)    John Knight (D)    Alvin Holmes (D)    Joe Lovvorn (R)    Chris Blackshear (R)    Mark M. Tuggle (R)    Pebblin Warren (D)    George Bandy (D)    Berry Forte (D)    Dexter Grimsley (D)    Paul Lee (R)    Donnie Chesteen (R)    Paul Beckman (R)    Alan Boothe (R)    Chris Sells (R)    Barry Moore (R)    Mike Jones Jr. (R)    Steve Clouse (R)    Joe Faust (R)    Steve McMillan (R)    Randy Davis (R)    Adline Clarke (D)    Napoleon Bracy Jr. (D)    James Buskey (D)    Victor Gaston
Victor Gaston
(R)    Chris Pringle (R)    Jack W. Williams (R)    Barbara Drummond (D)    Margie Wilcox (R)    David Sessions (R)

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