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Sen. Richard Shelby (R-AL)

5th term Republican from Alabama.


Visit Sen. Richard Shelby's candidate bio page.

Residence: Tuscaloosa

Marital Status: Married (Annette)

Prev. Occupation: Attorney

Prev. Political Exp.: AL Senate, 1971-79; US House, 1979-87

Education: BA University of Alabama, 1957; LLB University of Alabama, 1963

Birthdate: 05/06/1934

Birthplace: Birmingham, AL

Religion: Presbyterian

Percentage in Last Election: 65%

Major Opponent: William Barnes


Current Elected Office Contact Information

Contact Sen. Richard Shelby via email.

Website: shelby.senate.gov

Washington, D.C. Office:

304 Russell Senate Office Building,
District of Columbia 20510
Phone: (202) 224-5744
Fax: (202) 224-3416

Tuscaloosa Office: (more district offices)

2005 University Boulevard, Suite 2100
Tuscaloosa, Alabama 35401
Phone: (205) 759-5047
Fax: (205) 759-5067



Current Elected Office Staff Members:

  • Chief of Staff: Alan Hanson
  • Appt. Secy.: Anne Caldwell
  • Legis. Dir.: Bill Sullivan
  • Comm. Dir.: Torrie Matous
  • Veteran Affairs LA: Hanz Heinrichs
  • Military LA: Hanz Heinrichs
  • Child/Family Issues LA: Morgan Carter
  • Health LA: Dayne Cutrell
  • Financial Services LA: Morgan Carter
  • Foreign Policy LA: Hanz Heinrichs
  • Education LA: Morgan Carter
  • Agriculture LA: Morgan Carter
  • Telecomm LA: Morgan Carter
  • Elections LA: Morgan Carter
  • Energy LA: Dayne Cutrell
  • Environment LA: Dayne Cutrell
  • Firearms LA: Morgan Carter
  • Judiciary LA: Morgan Carter
  • Tax LA: Morgan Carter
  • Transportation LA: Dayne Cutrell


Current Elected Office Bills:

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Bill Name Cosponsor? Send Message
S.RES.31 - A resolution designating the week of September 11 through September 17, 2003, as "National Civic ... No Send Message to Sen. Richard Shelby


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