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Sen. Clyde Chambliss reappointed as Alabama Senate majority whip

As majority whip, Chambliss will continue assisting in the management of the Senate floor.

State Sen. Clyde Chambliss

State Senator Steve Livingston, R-Scottsboro, Majority Leader of the Alabama Senate, announced Senator Clyde Chambliss’s, R-Prattville, reappointment as Majority Whip of the Alabama Senate.

Senator Livingston sent a letter formalizing the announcement of Senator Chambliss’s reappointment as Majority Whip after Senators convened in Birmingham for an organizational session to establish Senate leadership and committee assignments earlier this month.

“Senator Chambliss is an effective leader who has proven his ability to guide significant legislation the Senate has passed over his tenure,” said Senator Livingston. “His strategic thinking and political insight have garnered the trust of our caucus members, and he is an incredible asset to our party and the people of Alabama. I trust his judgement and abilities and look forward to standing with him to deliver results to all Alabamians through important legislation in the future.”

“I am excited to continue in the role of Senate Majority Whip and thank Leader Livingston for selecting me for this position,” said Senator Chambliss. “I look forward to continuing to serve the members of the Senate Majority Caucus in moving our great state forward!”

As Majority Whip, Senator Chambliss will continue assisting the Majority Leader and Senate President Pro Tempore Greg Reed in the management of the Senate floor, ensuring member participation, counting votes, and generally advancing the position of the Senate Majority.

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