Chris Sells

Updated: August 07, 2022 at 12:13 PM CST

General Information

Who is Chris Sells?
Chris Sells

Chris Sells is a husband and father with conservative values. Chris is a successful small businessman who has owned Sells Medical Equipment since 2008. He is pro-life and believes strongly in our 2nd Amendment. Four years ago, Chris was fed up with the nonsense in Montgomery and decided to do something about it. To Chris, accountability and transparency aren’t just catchphrases—they’re critical to letting the light in; he believes that when government operates in the open, we all win.

Status: Alabama State Representative for District 90
Party: Republican
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Birthday: February 6, 1963 60

Contact Information

Known contact information for Chris Sells from Greenville, AL.

  • 11 South Union Street, Suite 401-C
    Montgomery, AL 36130-2950
  • Phone: 334-261-0568
  • Official Email: [email protected]

Political Information

Known political history for Chris Sells from Greenville, AL.

  • Candidate, Alabama State House of Representatives, District 90, 2018, 2022
  • Representative, Alabama State House of Representatives, District 90, 2014-present

Professions Information

Known professional history for Chris Sells from Greenville, AL.

  • President, Sells Medical Equipment, Incorporated, 2008-present
  • Owner, Sells Collision Center, 1997-2002

Congressional Information

Known congressional history for Chris Sells from Greenville, AL.

  • Former Chair, Fiscal Responsibility Committee, Alabama State House of Representatives
  • Former Member, Commerce and Small Business Committee, Alabama State House of Representatives
  • Former Member, Transportation, Utilities and Infrastructure Committee, Alabama State House of Representatives

Election History

Chris Sells from Greenville, AL has participated in elections listed below in the state of Alabama.

Sponsored Bills

View legislative bills that Chris Sells has sponsored.

HB455
Adminstrative Office of Courts, to further provide for the compensation of employees of the Administrative Office of Courts, Sec. 12-5-7 am'd.
HB436
Butler Co., golf carts, operation on public streets, municipality may authorize, const. amend.
HB430
Butler Co., municipality within the county prohibited from establishing a separate city school system without prior approval of a majority of the qualified electors of the county voting at a referendum election, const. amend.
HB404
Employees' Retirement System, retirees and beneficiaries, one-time lump-sum additional payment
HB280
Taxation, Preceptor Tax Incentive Program, established, income tax credit incentives provided for certain medical students
HB279
Cellular telephone service, requires the Public Service Commission to establish a website for user complaints relating to cellular telephone service and forward the collected information to service providers
HB278
Retirement System, retirees required to draw retirement benefits for a least a year before returning to compensated work for a participating employer, Secs. 16-25-26, 29-4-6, 36-27-8.2 repealed; Secs. 16-25-14, 36-27-16 am'd.
HB277
Gasoline and motor fuel taxes, levied by muns. and counties, use restricted to road and bridge construction and maintenance, exceptions if pledged for bonds, special projects, or after approval by referendum
HB116
Employees' Retirement System, retirees, one-time lump-sum additional payment
HB99
Conecuh Co., county commission chair, selection for remainder of current term further provided, expense allowance
HB43
Consumer protection, manufacturers of Internet-enabled devices to install filtering software to restrict access to certain material, penalties
HB32
Vaccines, prohibits employers from requiring employees to receive COVID-19 vaccinations in certain circumstances

HB629
Coffee Co.,county officers,compensation, sheriff, revenue commissioner, and judge of probate, Secs. 45-16-84.01, 45-16-84.02, 45-16-230 am'd.
HB621
Vaccine passports, to prohibit the issuance of, to prohibit entities from requiring an individual to receive an immunization as a condition for receiving government benefits or services
HB578
Fishing, paddlefish season, license from Conservation and Natural Resources Dept., regulation, fines
HB556
Gasoline and motor fuel taxes, levied by muns. and counties, use restricted to road and bridge construction and maintenance, exceptions if pledged for bonds, special projects, or after approval by referendum
HB500
Legislature, to call itself into a special session under certain conditions authorized, const. amend.
HB492
Pharmacy benefits managers, practices relating to patient steering, price discrimination, fiduciary duty to client, price disclosure, etc. regulated, Dept of Insurance, duties and authorities revised, Act 2019-457, 2019 Reg. Sess., sections amended and renumbered; Secs. 27-45A-6 to 27-45A-11, inclusive, 27-45A-13 added; Secs. 27-45A-3, 27-45A-4, 27-45A-5 am'd.
HB488
Ad valorem tax on real property, senior property tax appraisal for persons age 70 or older on principal residence used for 10 years, appraisal value frozen on immediate prior year, exceptions, rules by Revenue Dept.
HB446
Utilities, governmental entities, prohibited from adopting or enforcing policies that prohibit the connection or reconnection of utility services
HB445
Crimes and offenses, crimes of riot and inciting to riot, harassment, and assault II, amended, crimes of assault against a first responder, aggravated riot, and unlawful traffic interference, created, mandatory holding period for certain violations, provided, mandatory incarceration period for certain violations, provided, exceptions to sovereign immunity, further provided, restrictions on distribution of revenue to defunding jurisdictions, provided, Secs. 13A-11-3.1, 13A-11-5.1, 13A-11-8.1 added; Secs. 12-25-32, 13A-6-21, 13A-6-132, 13A-11-1, 13A-11-3, 13A-11-4, 13A-11-8, 13A-11-70, 15-13-2, 36-1-12, 36-2-1 am'd.
HB437
Wine, authorizing common carriers to make delivery of alcoholic beverages to residents over 21, to create a wine direct shipper permit to allow wine manufacturers to ship their table wine directly to residents, Sec. 28-3A-6.1 added; Sec. 28-1-4 am'd.
HB329
Storage facilities, self-service, Self-Service Storage Facilities Act, created, definitions, operator's liens, authorized, Secs. 8-15-40 to 8-15-49, inclusive, added; Secs. 8-15-30 to 8-15-38, inclusive, repealed
HB328
Principal campaign committee, failure to timely file statement of appointing committee, forfeits qualification to run, Sec. 17-5-4 am'd.
HB321
Time; to adopt Daylight Savings Time statewide if Congress amends Federal law to allow it.
HB242
Alabama Memorial Preservation Act of 2017, renamed Alabama Memorial Preservation Act of 2021, term limits provided for members of Committee on Alabama Monument Protection, duties of committee regarding petitions for waiver and petitions to raze provided, additional fines imposed, duties of Attorney General provided, punitive damages authorized, Secs. 41-9-235.1, 41-9-235.2 added; Secs. 41-9-230, 41-9-231, 41-9-232, 41-9-233, 41-9-234, 41-9-235, 41-9-236, 41-9-237 am'd.
HB241
State Health Officer, order issued in response to outbreak of a disease has full force of law if approved by Governor and filed with Secretary of State in state of emergency, Secs. 22-2-8, 31-9-8, 31-9-13 am'd.
HB220
Education Dept., state property, Dept. of Edu., has authority to manange the construction and renovation of property that is part of a state educational institution, Sec. 41-4-400 am'd.
HB215
Sheriffs, term of office, to commence following election, technical revisions to term of county commissioner, Sec. 36-3-4 am'd.
HB142
Internet access, restrictions on sale of wireless telecommunication devices. filter required, deactivation procedure provided, civil and criminal penalties, provided
HB141
Emergency Medical Services Personnel, community paramedicine program authorized, State Board of Health to adopt rules, Sec. 22-18-10 added; Sec. 22-18-1 am'd.
HB131
Bail, criminal cases, creates Aniah's law, const. amend
HB130
Bail, to provide for an additional offense under which an individual can be denied bail, pretrial detention hearing under certain circumstances provided, Secs. 15-13-2, 15-13-3, 15-13-7, 15-13-104, 15-13-105, 15-13-106 am'd.

HB472
Crenshaw Co., county commission authorized to levy ad valorem tax, distrib. to Crenshaw County Health Care Authority, const. amend.
HB344
Internet access, restrictions on sale of wireless telecommunication devices. filter required, deactivation procedure provided, civil and criminal penalties, provided
HB328
Motor vehicles, reduced speed school zones, photographic speeding enforcement systems, use prohibited when school not in session
HB302
Butler Co., county board of education members to serve 4-yr terms, const. amend.
HB271
Employees' Investment Retirement Plan (EIRP), established for certain TRS and ERS members of RSA
HB270
Public schools, cursive writing, requiring each senior to legibly print and sign his or her own name in cursive, graduation requirement, Sec. 16-6B-2 am'd.
HB269
Emergency Medical Services Personnel, community paramedicine program authorized, State Board of Health to adopt rules, Sec. 22-18-10 added; Sec. 22-18-1 am'd.
HB 147
Municipal occupational taxes, prohibited if not already in effect unless authorized by local law
HB 146
Medicaid, increase reimbursement rates for certain ambulance services
HB 9
Marine Police Division, transfer from ALEA to Conservation and Natural Resources Dept., Sec. 41-27-6 am'd.

HB 642
Education, public K-12, prohibit automatic renewal of any employment contracts compensated through the Education Trust Fund
HB 615
Safety belts, increase maximum fine to $100 for drivers under the age of 19 for violating law, Sec. 32-5B-5 am'd.
HB 581
Employees' Investment Retirement Plan (EIRP), established for certain TRS and ERS members of RSA
HB 290
Motor vehicles, rules of the road, Alabama Move Over Act, penalty for violations further provided, Sec. 32-5A-58.2 am'd.
HB 285
Safety belts, fine increased for person riding in front seat without seat belts, distribution, Secs. 32-5B-5, 32-5B-8 am'd.
HB 230
Motor vehicles, seat belt use required for each occupant while vehicle is in motion, Secs. 32-5B-4 am'd.
HB 229
Crimes and offenses, crimes motivated by race, color, religion, national origin, ethnicity, or physical or mental disability, to include employment as a law enforcement officer within the protected class, Sec. 13A-5-13 am'd.
HB 74
Appointments, made by the Governor, to be subject to confirmation by the Senate for certain agencies, Secs. 14-1-1.3, 22-50-16, 23-1-21, 40-2-41, 41-4-30, 41-27-2 am'd.
HB 73
Alabama Land Bank Authority Board, allow the Administrator of Ala. Credit Union Administration to apoint a designee, Sec. 24-9-5 am'd.
HB 59
Capital offenses, aggravating circumstances if victim was a law enforcement or correctional officer, first responder, or under 14 years of age, Secs. 13A-5-40, 13A-5-49 am'd.
HB 58
EMS personel, revise licensing process to authorize criminal background checks, revise licensing fees, etc., Sec. 22-18-9 added; Secs. 22-18-4, 22-18-6 am'd.
HB 57
Aggravated fraud, provide for the crime of, commercial law and consumer protection, securities, crimes and offenses, theft, Sec. 13A-8-220 added

HB 500
Local governments, bond financing review forms, bond financing agreement documents to include a schedule of all of the debt obligations of teh county under certain conditions, signed acknowledgement required, municipalities and local school boards requried to follow the same procedures required of a county before entering into a bond financing agreement and required to complete a government bond financing review form developed by the Department of Examiners of Public Accounts, Secs. 11-8A-3 & 11-8A-4 am'd.
HB 488
Consumer protection; Alabama Telemarketing Act; Charitable organizations; certain disclosures required; Code Amended 8-19A-3, 8-19A-4, 8-19A-12
HB 372
Butler Co., sheriff, retiring officer may receive badge and pistol upon retirement, retroactive effect
HB 371
Crenshaw Co., draft or malt beer, sale by properly licensed retail licensees, authorized
HB 364
Prescription drugs, federally-qualified health centers authorized to deliver medications except controlled substances to clinics, Sec. 34-23-70 am'd.
HB 328
EMS personel, revise licensing process to authorize criminal background checks, revise licensing fees, etc., Secs. 22-18-4, 22-18-6 am'd.
HR 510
Cates, Eric O., Jr., outstanding professional achievement, commended
HB 243
Transportation Dept, competitive bids, min. requirement increased for projects over $250,000, Sec. 39-2-2 am'd.
HB 227
Child abuse, aggravated, age of child raised to 14 years for purposes of charging with Class A felony, Sec. 26-15-3.1 am'd.
HB 161
Capital offenses, aggravating circumstances if victim was a law enforcement or correctional officer, first responder, or under 14 years of age, Secs. 13A-5-40, 13A-5-49 am'd.
HB 160
Safety belts, fine increased for person riding in front seat without seat belts, distribution, Secs. 32-5B-5, 32-5B-8 am'd.
HB 159
Appointments, made by the Governor, to be subject to confirmation by the Senate for certain agencies, Secs. 14-1-1.3, 22-50-16, 23-1-21, 40-2-41, 41-4-30, 41-27-2 am'd.
HB 158
Motor vehicles, Alabama Move Over Act, vehicles required to move over when approaching a Transportation Dept. vehicle on roadside with flashing lights, Sec. 32-5A-58.2 am'd.

HB602
Safety belts, fine increased for person riding in front seat without seat belts, distribution, Secs. 32-5B-5, 32-5B-8 am'd.
HB597
Butler Co., co. commission, staggered terms, Act 2003-467, 2003 Reg. Sess., am'd; Sec. 45-7-70 am'd.
HB507
Unmanned aircraft systems or drones, prohibited from flying over certain facilities, sale, operation, manufacturing of drones equipped with a weapon are prohibited, criminal penalties, use by governmental agencies authorized under certain conditions, rulemaking authority, Unmanned Aircraft Systems Act, Secs. 13A-6-24, 13A-6-90.1, 13A-7-22, 13A-10-2, 13A-10-38, 13A-11-32, 23-1-388 am'd.
HB498
Unmanned aircraft systems or drones, use of prohibited under certain conditions, criminal penalties, injunctive relief, use by governmental agencies authorized under certain conditions, rulemaking authority, Unmanned Aircraft Systems Act, Secs. 13A-6-24, 13A-6-90.1, 13A-7-22, 13A-10-2, 13A-10-38, 13A-11-32, 23-1-388 am'd.
HB412
State government, state agencies, confirmation by Senate of person appointed to head of certain depts.
HB250
Emergency Medical Services Personnel Licensure Interstate Compact, established, Sec. 22-18-50 added; Sec. 22-18-6 am'd.
HB249
Motor vehicles, Alabama Move Over Act, require vehicles to move over when approaching a parked Department of Transportation vehicle, Sec. 32-5A-58.2 am'd.
HB199
Competitive bidding, required for Dept. of Transportation road projects in excess of $250,000, Sec. 39-2-2 am'd.
HB183
Alabama Justice Information Commission, requirement for Secretary of Ala. State Law Enforcement Agency, deleted, Sec. 41-9-593 am'd.
HB151
Marine Police Division, transfer from ALEA to Conservation and Natural Resources Dept., Sec. 41-27-6 am'd.
HB78
Municipalities, local school boards, bond financing agreements, to complete a bond financing review form, acknowledgment of certain factors, form submitted to Examiners of Public Accounts Department
HB68
Capital crimes, aggravating circumstances if victim of a capital offense was a law enforcement or correctional officer, Sec. 13A-5-49 am'd.
HB67
Child abuse, aggravated, age of child raised to 12 years for purposes of charging with Class A felony, Sec. 26-15-3.1 am'd.

HB477
Crenshaw Co., office of judge of probate, special fees, authorized for an additional ten years, Sec. 45-21-84.39 am'd.
HB471
Unmanned aircraft systems or drones, use of prohibited under certain conditions, criminal penalties, injuctive relief, use by governmental agencies authorized under certain conditions, Unmanned Aircraft Systems Act
HB379
Fire departments, authorizing fire and rescue personnel to administer opioid, authorizing State Health Officer, County Health Officer authorized to publish orders/guidelines for dispensing opioids antagonists, immunity, Sec. 20-2-280 am'd.
HB314
Competitive bidding, required for Dept. of Transportation road projects in excess of $250,000, Sec. 39-2-2 am'd.
HB287
Aerial sports, included in definition of "recreational use or recreational purpose" of land, limited liability, Sec. 35-15-21 am'd.
HB102
Children First Trust Fund, appropriations from for fiscal year ending September 30, 2017, use of allocation pursuant to Section 41-15B-2.2 and this act, tobacco settlement revenues deposited in fund within 30 days of receipt, Finance Director to notify each agency of allocation, appropriations conditional on tobacco revenues, appropriation of additional tobacco settlement funds, audit, Children's Affairs Department to report to Legislature and Children's Policy Council, appropriations from General Fund to various entities contingent upon adoption of const. amend. proposed by SB147, 2012 Reg. Sess.
HB4
Public education employees, cost-of-living increase provided

HB477
Crenshaw Co., office of judge of probate, special fees, authorized for an additional ten years, Sec. 45-21-84.39 am'd.
HB471
Unmanned aircraft systems or drones, use of prohibited under certain conditions, criminal penalties, injuctive relief, use by governmental agencies authorized under certain conditions, Unmanned Aircraft Systems Act
HB379
Fire departments, authorizing fire and rescue personnel to administer opioid, authorizing State Health Officer, County Health Officer authorized to publish orders/guidelines for dispensing opioids antagonists, immunity, Sec. 20-2-280 am'd.
HB314
Competitive bidding, required for Dept. of Transportation road projects in excess of $250,000, Sec. 39-2-2 am'd.
HB287
Aerial sports, included in definition of "recreational use or recreational purpose" of land, limited liability, Sec. 35-15-21 am'd.
HB102
Children First Trust Fund, appropriations from for fiscal year ending September 30, 2017, use of allocation pursuant to Section 41-15B-2.2 and this act, tobacco settlement revenues deposited in fund within 30 days of receipt, Finance Director to notify each agency of allocation, appropriations conditional on tobacco revenues, appropriation of additional tobacco settlement funds, audit, Children's Affairs Department to report to Legislature and Children's Policy Council, appropriations from General Fund to various entities contingent upon adoption of const. amend. proposed by SB147, 2012 Reg. Sess.
HB4
Public education employees, cost-of-living increase provided

HB578
Motor vehicles, titles, fee increased for issuing and processing, Sec. 32-8-6 am'd.
HB343
Guardians, probate court, emergency temporary guardians, time of appointment extended, Sec. 26-2A-107 am'd.
HB218
Aviation activities, included in definition of "recreational use" of land, limited liability, Sec. 35-15-21 am'd.
HB129
Children First Trust Fund, appropriations from for fiscal year ending September 30, 2015, use of allocation pursuant to Section 41-15B-2.2 and this act, tobacco settlement revenues deposited in fund within 30 days of receipt, Finance Director to notify each agency of allocation, appropriations conditional on tobacco revenues, appropriation of additional tobacco settlement funds, audit, Children's Affairs Department to report to Legislature and Children's Policy Council, appropriations from General Fund to various entities contingent upon adoption of const. amend. proposed by SB147, 2012 Reg. Sess.

HB15
Motor vehicles, add'l rental tax, Sec. 40-12-222 am'd.

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