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Alabama's 1st House of Representatives district

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Alabama's 1st State
House of Representatives
district
Representative
  Phillip Pettus
RKillen

Alabama House of Representatives, District 1 is one of 105 districts in the Alabama House of Representatives. Its current representative is Phillip Pettus.[1] This District was created in 1966 and encompasses parts of Lauderdale County. It is still in use today.

Representatives

Representative Party Term start Term end Electoral history Represented Counties
District created November 9, 1966
James H. Haygood Democratic November 9, 1966 November 4, 1970 Elected in 1966 Lauderdale
Robert M. Hill Jr.
Democratic November 4, 1970 November 6, 1974 Elected in 1970
Ronnie Flippo
Lynn Greer Democratic November 6, 1974 November 8, 1978 Elected in 1974
Elected in 1978
Resigned
November 8, 1978 June 1, 1981
Vacant June 1, 1981 July 14, 1981
John E. Higginbotham [2] Democratic July 14, 1981 Abt. 1982 Resigned
Vacant Abt. 1982 November 3, 1982 [data unknown/missing]
Charles F. Ashley Democratic November 3, 1982[3] November 9, 1983 Elected in 1982
Nelson R. Starkey Jr. Democratic November 9, 1983[4] November 5, 1986 Elected in 1983
Elected in 1986
Elected in 1990
Elected in 1994
Elected in 1998
Elected in 2002
Died
November 5, 1986 November 7, 1990
November 7, 1990 November 9, 1994
November 9, 1994 November 4, 1998 Lauderdale (part)
November 4, 1998 November 6, 2002
November 6, 2002 December 15, 2005
Vacant December 15, 2005 March 21, 2006
Tammy L. Irons Democratic March 21, 2006 November 8, 2006 Elected in 2006
Elected in 2006
November 8, 2006 November 3, 2010
Greg Burdine Democratic November 3, 2010 November 5, 2014 Elected in 2010
Phillip Pettus Republican November 5, 2014 November 7, 2018 Elected in 2014
Elected in 2018
November 7, 2018 November 9, 2022

General Elections

Source: District 1 Races (1967-Present)

Year Democratic Republican Other
Candidate Votes % Candidate Votes % Candidate Votes %
1966
Places
1-2
Robert M. Hill Jr. 9,571 36.35 Morris D. McKee 3,609 13.71 None
James H. Haygood 9,253 35.14 Charles Hamilton 3,897 14.80 None
1970[5]
Places
1-2
Ronnie Flippo 10,948 100.00 None None
Robert M. Hill Jr. 10,754 100.00 None None
1974 Lynn Greer 2,676 100.00 None None
1978 Lynn Greer [data unknown/missing] None None
1982 Charles Ashley 7,211 76.62 None Bobby McQuire (Independent) 2,200 23.38
1983 Nelson R. Starkey Jr. 2,394 74.16 Alfred McCroskey 834 25.84 None
1986 Nelson R. Starkey Jr. 7,764 70.76 Ken McFall 3,208 29.24 None
1990 Nelson R. Starkey Jr. 7,095 99.99 None Others 1 0.01
1994 Nelson R. Starkey Jr. 7,385 62.60 Duane Phillips 4,396 37.26 Others 17 0.14
1998 Nelson R. Starkey Jr. 7,569 60.14 Greg Beer 5,011 39.81 Others 6 0.05
2002 Nelson R. Starkey Jr. 8,540 62.59 William McNatt 4,772 34.98 Joey Franklin
Others
304
28
2.23
0.21
2006 Tammy L. Irons 4,229 61.49 William E. Smith 2,649 38.51 None
2006 Tammy L. Irons 8,406 65.10 William E. Smith 4,506 34.90 None
2010 Greg Burdine 7,083 50.69 Quinton Hanson 6,877 49.21 Write-Ins 14 0.10
2014 Greg Burdine 4,652 48.48 Phillip Pettus 4,933 51.41 Write-Ins 10 0.10
2018 None Phillip Pettus 7,348 62.57 Bobby J. Dolan III
Write-Ins
4,336
60
36.92
0.51

References

  1. ^ "Alabama Legislature". www.legislature.state.al.us. Retrieved 2020-08-05.
  2. ^ "Alabama Official and Statistical Register, 1979. (Chapter 5, Page 6-7)". digital.archives.alabama.gov. Retrieved April 7, 2019.
  3. ^ "AL House 001 1983 Election". www.ourcampaigns.com. Retrieved June 7, 2018.
  4. ^ "AL House 001 1984 Election". www.ourcampaigns.com. Retrieved June 7, 2018.
  5. ^ "Alabama Official and Statistical Register, 1975 (Chapter 12)". digital.archives.alabama.gov. Retrieved March 29, 2019.
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