Alabama House Republican Caucus

With a 77-members supermajority, the House Republicans are continuously working to serve the people of Alabama. Addressing important issues such as broadband reform, mental health initiatives, infrastructure updates and more, the House Republicans are focused on protecting the conservative values that Alabamians believe in.


Leading the Republican Caucus is State Representative Nathaniel Ledbetter (R – Rainsville). Leader Ledbetter is only the second Republican to serve as House Majority Leader since the 1800s, and he is the first freshman representative to be elected to the post.
State Representative Wes Kitchens (R – Guntersville) serves as Caucus Vice-Chair and works alongside the Majority Leader to serve the members of the caucus.
House Majority Whip, State Representative Danny Garrett (R – Trussville) appoints and leads the whip team members of the caucus.
House Rules Chairman Mike Jones (R – Andalusia), who is in his third term, streamlines the process for developing and implementing the functions of the body.
House Ways and Means Education Chairman Danny Garrett (R – Trussville), serving in his second term in the House, is at the forefront of our state’s universities, community colleges, and K-12 schools’ budgeting process.
House Ways and Means General Fund Chairman Steve Clouse (R – Ozark), bringing a vast amount of knowledge and experience to the legislature in his seventh term, is the driving force behind the budgeting process for all non-education state spending.
Caucus Freshman Representative Matt Simpson (R – Daphne), brings a voice to the newly elected Freshmen Class of the Caucus. Serving the Freshmen members and ensuring their commitment and participation is vital to the success of the Caucus.


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