Alabama Guide

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Upcoming Election
Alabama General Election: Tuesday, November 8, 2022
Race for Lieutenant Governor
C+
Will Ainsworth (R) MEDICAL USE
D
Ruth Page-Nelson (I)

Has not taken a public positon on marijuana

Race for Attorney General
F
Steven Marshall (R) NO MEDICAL USE
Race for State Senate District 1
B
Tim Melson (R) MEDICAL USE
No stated position.
Race for State Senate District 2
D
Tom Butler (R)
No stated position.
Race for State Senate District 3
D-
Arthur Orr (R)
“If you want to use drugs and you want the taxpayers to pick up the tab on your health care, if this bill passes, forget about it,” said Senator Orr. “If I’m going to use illegal drugs that are going to hurt myself, why ask taxpayers to fund my medical care?” https://www.themaven.net/theweedblog/advocacy/alabama-lawmakers-propose-drug-testing-medicaid-recipients-8-e8FTA0HUOr-fZ7VUW4Fw/
Race for State Senate District 5
F
Greg Reed (R) NO MEDICAL USE

Voted against SB165, citing his concerns about marijuana patients' ability to drive or operate machinery 

Race for State Senate District 6
F
Larry Stutts (R) NO MEDICAL USE
"Democratic senators Linda Coleman, Vivian Figures, Rodger Smitherman and Singleton voted in favor of the Medical Marijuana Patient Safe Access Act, while Republican senators Cam Ward, Phil Williams and Larry Stutts voted in opposition." https://www.bizjournals.com/birmingham/news/2015/04/23/medical-marijuana-bill-passes-enate-committee.html
Race for State Senate District 7
D
Sam Givhan (R)
No stated position.
Race for State Senate District 11
Race for State Senate District 13
Race for State Senate District 16
Race for State House District 16
Race for State House District 19
Race for State House District 36
Race for State House District 54
B+
Race for State House District 55
Race for State House District 59
Race for State House District 66
Race for State House District 81
Race for State House District 86
Race for State House District 99
Your Elected Officials
Governor
B+
Kay Ivey (R) MEDICAL USE
Lieutenant Governor
C+
Will Ainsworth (R) MEDICAL USE
Attorney General
F
Steven Marshall (R) NO MEDICAL USE
U.S. Senate
D+
Tommy Tuberville (R) NO MEDICAL USE
U.S. Senate
U.S. House District 1
F
U.S. House District 2
C-
U.S. House District 3
C+
U.S. House District 4
F
Robert Aderholt (R) NO MEDICAL USE
U.S. House District 5
C+
Mo Brooks (R) DECRIMINALIZE
U.S. House District 6
F
U.S. House District 7
B+
Terri Sewell (D) LEGALIZE, TAX, AND REGULATE
State Senate District 1
B
Tim Melson (R) MEDICAL USE
No stated position.
State Senate District 2
D
Tom Butler (R)
No stated position.
State Senate District 3
D-
Arthur Orr (R)
“If you want to use drugs and you want the taxpayers to pick up the tab on your health care, if this bill passes, forget about it,” said Senator Orr. “If I’m going to use illegal drugs that are going to hurt myself, why ask taxpayers to fund my medical care?” https://www.themaven.net/theweedblog/advocacy/alabama-lawmakers-propose-drug-testing-medicaid-recipients-8-e8FTA0HUOr-fZ7VUW4Fw/
State Senate District 5
F
Greg Reed (R) NO MEDICAL USE

Voted against SB165, citing his concerns about marijuana patients' ability to drive or operate machinery 

State Senate District 6
F
Larry Stutts (R) NO MEDICAL USE
"Democratic senators Linda Coleman, Vivian Figures, Rodger Smitherman and Singleton voted in favor of the Medical Marijuana Patient Safe Access Act, while Republican senators Cam Ward, Phil Williams and Larry Stutts voted in opposition." https://www.bizjournals.com/birmingham/news/2015/04/23/medical-marijuana-bill-passes-enate-committee.html
State Senate District 7
D
Sam Givhan (R)
No stated position.
State Senate District 11
State House District 10
B
Mike Ball (R)
State House District 43
D-
State House District 54
B+