SENATOR BOBBY SINGLETON

(D)  


24th District
(Bibb, Choctaw, Greene, Hale, Marengo, Perry, Sumter, Tuscaloosa)


State House: Room 735
11 South Union Street
Montgomery, Alabama 36130
Phone: (334) 242-7935
Fax: (334) 242-7191
Home: 105 Cobb Street
Greensboro, Alabama 36744
E-mail: bsingle164@yahoo.com

Senator Bobby Singleton serves the 24th District of Alabama with his relentless effort to mandate community, economic, environmental, financial, and youth development improvements. He is from Greensboro, AL and is the owner of Black Belt Technologies, L.L.C.

Senator Bobby Singleton was elected to the Alabama Senate, January 25, 2005, to fill the unexpired term of former Senator Charles Steele, who resigned. He was elected to his first full term, November 7, 2006, and his second term on November 2, 2010. He is the Economic Development Chairman of the West Alabama Rural Action Commission (WARAC) for Region 2.

He formerly served in the Alabama House of Representatives, 2002 until his election to the Senate. In 2007, Senator Singleton was appointed by then-Governor Bob Riley as the WARAC Economic Development Committee Chairman.  He also was appointed by then-Lt. Governor Jim Folsom to the Alabama Emergency Communication District Long-Range Study Commission (E-911) Committee in which he served as chairman under the Administrative Sub-Committee.

Senator Singleton received his B.S. degree from Alabama State University and his J.D. from Miles Law School. He is a Democrat and a member of Greenleaf Missionary Baptist Church in Greensboro. His hobbies include hunting, travel and fishing.


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11 South Union Street  |  Montgomery, AL 36130
General Information: (334) 242-7800