David Faulkner

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

General Information

Who is David Faulkner?
David Faulkner

A father of three, with the support of his wife Nancy, David Faulkner represents the people of Alabama's District 46 in the State Legislature. District 46 is comprised of portions of Mountain Brook, Homewood, and Hoover.

David's foremost priorities in his representative duties are improvements in the state's educational system and economic development for the state of Alabama. David regularly meets with his District's PTOs at all educational levels, and maintains an ongoing dialog with the local superintendents to stay up to speed on the challenges our educational systems face and the opportunities available to assist them on their mission.

Status: Alabama State Representative for District 46
Party: Republican
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Contact Information

Known contact information for David Faulkner from Mountain Brook, AL.

  • 11 South Union Street, Suite 400-D
    Montgomery, AL 36130-2950
  • Phone: 334-261-0442
  • Official Email: [email protected]

Education Information

Known educational history for David Faulkner from Mountain Brook, AL.

  • JD, University of Alabama Law School, 1991-1994
  • BA, University of Alabama, 1986-1990

Political Information

Known political history for David Faulkner from Mountain Brook, AL.

  • Candidate, Alabama State House of Representatives, District 46, 2022
  • Representative, Alabama State House of Representatives, District 46, 2014-present

Professions Information

Known professional history for David Faulkner from Mountain Brook, AL.

  • Partner, Christian and Small, Limited Liability Parnership, 1999-present
  • Associate Attorney, Spain and Gillon, Limited Liability Company, 1994-1998

Congressional Information

Known congressional history for David Faulkner from Mountain Brook, AL.

  • Former Member, Financial Services Committee, Alabama State House of Representatives
  • Former Vice Chair, Insurance Committee, Alabama State House of Representatives
  • Former Vice Chair, Insurance Committee, Alabama State House of Representatives

Organizations Information

Known organizational history for David Faulkner from Mountain Brook, AL.

  • Vice President for Governmental Relations, Former General Council and Former President, Mountain Brook Chamber of Commerce, 2004-present
  • Convention Operations and Assistant Director of the Convention Podium, 1992 Republican National Convention, 1992
  • Member, Moot Court Board
  • Member, National Moot Court Team
  • Member, Bench & Bar Legal Honor Society
  • Member, Order of Barristers
  • Member, Community Foundation of Birmingham Campaign Catalyst Committee
  • Member and Trustee, Birmingham Business Alliance
  • Member and Various Positions, Saint Luke's Church

Election History

David Faulkner from Mountain Brook, AL has participated in elections listed below in the state of Alabama.

Sponsored Bills

View legislative bills that David Faulkner has sponsored.

HB428
Auctioneers, State Board of, exempting computer-automated Internet auctions from regulation by the board, Sec. 34-4-3 am'd.
HB239
Elections, prohibiting poll watchers from assisting an individual with voting, Secs. 11-46-51, 17-9-13 am'd.
HB238
Courts, garnishment proceedings, service of garnishment notice may be perfected by motion and court order under certain conditions, Sec. 6-6-394.1 added.
HB235
Travel insurance, Travel Insurance Act, created, licensing and registration requirements revised, sale of travel insurance, establish sales practices standards, Secs. 27-64-1 to 27-64-10, inclusive, added; Sec. 27-7-5.2 repealed

HB626
To exempt state, county, and municipal sales and use tax from the Birmingham Holocaust Education Center
HB625
Taxation, Community Foundation of South Alabama, Community Foundation of West Alabama, Black Belt Community Foundation, Community Foundation of Northeast Alabama, Community Foundation of Greater Birmingham, Community Foundation of Greater Huntsville, Community Foundation of Greater Decatur, Limestone Area Community Foundation, Central Alabama Community Foundation, Autauga Area Community Foundation, Elmore County Community Foundation, Southeast Alabama Community Foundation, Community Foundation of East Alabama, and Walker Area Community Foundation exempt from state, county, and municipal sale and use taxes
HB590
Jefferson Co., ad valorem taxes, senior property tax appraisal, person 70 or older, valuation frozen under certain conditions, const. amend.
HB584
Judicial compensation, to establish a uniform pay plan for circuit judges, district judges, appellate court judges, supreme court justices, and the chief justice of the supreme court, eliminate salary supplements and expense allowance, Sec. 12-17-68 repealed; Secs. 12-17-182, 36-15-3 am'd.
HB576
Time; to adopt Daylight Savings Time statewide if Congress amends Federal law to allow it.
HB500
Legislature, to call itself into a special session under certain conditions authorized, const. amend.
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.
HB480
State Board of Occupational Therapy, board authorized to establish an impaird practitioner program for occupational therapists and occupational therapy assistants, Sec. 34-39-12.1 added; Secs. 34-39-3, 34-39-7 am'd.
HB479
Mountain Brook, alcoholic beverages, entertainment districts, established in certain historic villages in city, open containers from licensees authorized
HB449
Taxation, County Boards of Equalization, valuation procedures further provided, Secs. 40-2-18, 40-3-21, 40-3-25, 40-7-25 am'd.
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.
HB442
State sales and use tax increased, phase-in period, sales and use tax on food phased out, exempt by 2007, counties and municipalities prohibited from increasing sales tax on food, Secs. 40-23-2, 40-23-61 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.
HB424
Student Grant Program, cap increased on grant amount from $1,200 to $3,000 per academic year, Sec. 16-33A-3 am'd.
HB409
Elections, absentee ballots, county commission authorized to select locations for receiving absentee ballots
HB407
State Seal of Biliteracy, established, recognizing graduates with the proficiency in English and at least one world language, including American sign language
HB392
Joint Legislative Oversight Committee on Obligation Transparency, created, membership, compensation, powers, and duties, provided
HB390
ClasTran, Birmingham Regional Paratransit Consortium, exempt from all sales and use taxes
HB388
Elections, requires implementation date of any legislation affecting conduct of general election to be at least six months before general election, const. amend.
HB361
Corrections Dept., inmates being released, application for nondriver identification authorized, Sec. 14-10-1 am'd.
HB344
Tax Assessor or Revenue Commissioner, homestead exemptions, electronic verification at the discretion of tax assessing official, Sec. 40-9-21.1 am'd.
HB341
Ad valorem tax, appraisal value increase on real property for single family owner-occupied residential, limited to three percent, carry over of excess, const. amend.
HB340
Sales and use tax, construction contracts for highways, roads, and bridges, Revenue Dept., issuance of exemption certificates if gov't entity contracting is tax exempt, Sec. 40-9-14.1 am'd.
HB339
Auctioneers, State Board of, exempting computer-automated Internet auctions from regulation by the board, Sec. 34-4-3 am'd.
HB335
Solid waste collection and disposal, contracts for, competitive bid laws revised, Secs. 22-27-5, 41-16-57 am'd.
HB293
Qualified Dispositions in Trust Act, created, to govern certain transfers of trust property
HB281
Income tax, historic structures, qualified rehabilitation, tax credits extended to 2029, admin. by Historical Commission, Secs. 40-9F-33, 40-9F-36 am'd.
HB280
Motor vehicles, reduced speed school zones, to include schools in a municipality, Secs. 32-5A-181, 32-5A-182, 32-5A-183 am'd.
HB279
Hospitals, require hospitals to bill an injured person's health insurance and only seek compensation from health insurance unless certain circumstances apply, clarifying hospital lien provisions, Sec. 27-12-25 added; Sec. 35-11-371 am'd.
HB274
Board of Cosmetology and Barbering, provide for the licensure and regulation of mobile salons, Sec. 34-7B-30 added; Sec. 34-7B-1 am'd.
HB273
Nicotine, raise the age to buy, possess, or use nicotine products to 21, impose restrictions on marketing of certain nicotine products, Secs. 28-11-17.1, 28-11-20, 28-11-21 added; Secs. 13A-12-3, 13A-12-3.1, 28-11-1, 28-11-2, 28-11-3, 28-11-4, 28-11-5, 28-11-6.1, 28-11-6.2, 28-11-11, 28-11-13, 28-11-14, 28-11-15, 28-11-16, 28-11-18 am'd.
HB123
Voter registration lists, to permit a registered voter or spouse of a registered voter who is a prosecutor, judge, or law enforcement officer to have info omitted, Sec. 17-4-33 am'd.

HB410
Motor vehicles, reduced speed school zones, to include schools in a municipality, Secs. 32-5A-181, 32-5A-182, 32-5A-183 am'd.
HB374
Taxation, exempt Community Foundation of Greater Birmingham from sale and use tax
HB334
Sales and use tax, construction contracts for highways, roads, and bridges, Revenue Dept., issuance of exemption certificates if gov't entity contracting is tax exempt, Sec. 40-9-14.1 am'd.
HB310
Taxation, County Boards of Equalization, valuation procedures further provided, Secs. 40-2-18, 40-3-21, 40-3-25, 40-7-25 am'd.
HB277
Voter registration lists, to permit a registered voter or spouse of a registered voter who is a prosecutor, judge, or law enforcement officer to have info omitted, Sec. 17-4-33 am'd.
HB 221
Hospitals, require hospitals to bill an injured person's health insurance and only seek compensation from health insurance unless certain circumstances apply, clarifying hospital lien provisions, Secs. 35-11-371, 35-11-372, am'd.
HB 220
Captive Insurance Companies, insurance in alien jurisdictions auth., requirements for an Alabama Coastal Captive Insurance Company revised, certificate of dormancy provided for, Secs. 27-31B-26, 27-31C-3.1 added; Sec. 27-31C-4 repealed; Secs. 27-31B-2, 27-31B-3, 37-31B-6, 27-31C-3 am'd.
HB 219
Ad valorem tax, appraisal value increase on real property for single family owner-occupied residential, limited to three percent, carry over of excess, const. amend.
HB 218
Tax Assessor or Revenue Commissioner, homestead exemptions, electronic verification at the discretion of tax assessing official, Sec. 40-9-21.1 am'd.

HB 529
Courts, circuit and district judges, qualifications, min times of state licensure to practice law, persons with certain professional disciplinary actions, prohibited from qualification, Secs. 12-11-1, 12-12-1 am'd.
HB 505
Judges, vacancies, initial term of judges appt. to fill, further provided for, Amendment 328, Constitution of Alabama of 1901, am'd, const. amend.
HB 425
Domestic violence, protection orders, definitions clarified, notice of hearing and service of process requirements clarified, fines and penalties for violations clarified, Sec. 13A-6-139.1 repealed; Secs. 13A-6-130, 13A-6-131, 13A-6-132, 13A-6-134, 13A-6-138, 13A-6-142, 15-10-3, 15-13-190, 15-23-68, 30-5-2, 30-5-3, 30-5-5, 30-5-8 am'd.
HB 343
Municipalities, council-manager form of government, procedures and timing further provided for, petition and election required, ballot, Secs. 11-43A-1.1, 11-43A-7, 11-43A-8 am'd.
HB 342
Sports shooting ranges, in existence for more than a year, not subject to civil liability, criminal prosecution, or legal injunction relating to noise or noise pollution, Sec. 6-5-341 am'd.
HB 341
Motor vehicle rentals, private motor vehicle rentals, subject to all insurance, taxation, and licensing laws and rules relating to rental of
HB 338
Homestead exemptions, to permit anyone who qualifies for a homestead exemption to electronically verify eligibility for the exemption each year, Sec. 40-9-21.1 am'd.
HB 307
Taxation, Barber Vintage Motorsports Museum, sales and use tax exemption, to include construction materials, ad valorem tax exemption, further provided for, Sec. 40-9-25.14 am'd.
HB 286
Municipalities, council-manager form of government, procedures and timing further provided for, petition and election required, ballot, Secs. 11-43A-1.1, 11-43A-7, 11-43A-8 am'd.
HB 279
Municipalities, council-manager form of government, procedures and timing further provided for, petition and election required, ballot, Secs. 11-43A-1.1, 11-43A-7, 11-43A-8 am'd.
HB 216
Education, K-12 schools, phase in of computer science courses required, funding for teacher training and certification provided, State Administer position created within Dept. of Education, ACHE to create scholarships for preservice teachers, and Computer Science Education task force created
HB 127
Consumer protection, roofing, contracts, cancellation of roofing contract further provided, Sec. 8-36-2 am'd.

HB 386
Domestic violence, protection orders, definitions clarified, notice of hearing and service of process requirements clarified, fines and penalties for violations clarified, Sec. 13A-6-139.1 repealed; Secs. 13A-6-130, 13A-6-131, 13A-6-132, 13A-6-134, 13A-6-138, 13A-6-142, 15-10-3, 15-13-190, 15-23-68, 30-5-2, 30-5-3, 30-5-5, 30-5-8 am'd.
HB 383
Private judges, to expand types of cases private judges can hear, Secs. 12-11A-2, 12-11A-4 am'd.
HB 341
Conservation and Natural Resources Dept., deputy game and fish wardens, positions abolished, Sec. 9-11-17 repealed; Secs. 9-2-28, 9-2-64, 9-11-1 amd.
HR 489
Tate, Laura H., Alabama Middle School Principal of the Year - Commended
HR 459
Yom HaShoah Commemoration, recognized
HJR 457
Yom HaShoah Commemoration, recognized
HB 190
Transportation network companies, providing ride sharing for compensation, Public Service Commission permit required to operate, minimum requirements imposed
HJR 370
Mountain Brook High School basketball team, commended
HR 371
Mountain Brook High School basketball team, commended
HB 172
State Fire Marshal, permit fees, collected for permit to manufacture a destructive device or biological weapon be deposited in State Fire Marshal's Fund, Sec. 36-19-2.1 am'd.
HB 147
Municipality, council-manager form of gov., council-manager act of 1982, composition of council, alternate forms, Sec. 11-43A-1.1 added; Secs. 11-43A-8, 11-43A-9, 11-43A-14, 11-43A-16, 11-43A-32 am'd
HB 146
Homewood, ad valorem tax purposes, limitation removed on tax in one year on various classes of property, const. amend.
HB 97
Transportation network companies, Public Service Commission permit required to operate, minimum requirements imposed

HB588
Municipalities, municipal governing body, salary, expense increases, introduced at least 30 day before adoption
HB551
Taxation, exempt National Senior Games Association from sales tax, termination date
HB437
Taxation, Trips for Kids, exempt from state, county, and municipal sales and use taxes
HB436
Coin operated amusement machines, taxation, annual license tax, penalties, Amusement-Entertainment Machine Fee Act
HB417
Junior Leagues, certain incorporated junior leagues, exempt from all sales and use taxes
HB293
State Fire Marshal, permit fees, collected for permit to manufacture a destructive device or biological weapon be deposited in State Fire Marshal's Fund, Act 2016-414, 2016 Reg. Sess., am'd; Sec. 36-19-2.1 am'd.
HB283
Transportation Network Companies, Public Service Commission permit required to operate, minimum requirements imposed
HB266
Tax Tribunal, exempt from parts of Ala. Admin. Procedure Act re declaratory judgments or rulings, contested cases, Sec. 40-2B-1 am'd.
HB264
Trusts, qualified trusts expanded to include certain benefits of qualified pension plans, stock bonus plans, and profit sharing plans, exclusion from federal bankruptcy laws, Sec. 19-3B-508 am'd.
HB234
Motor vehicles, abandoned, contests, notice of appeal required to be filed in circuit court in county where sale is scheduled, Tax Tribunal, not subject to declaratory judgment, declaratory ruling, or contested case provisions of Admin. Procedure Act, Sec. 40-2B-1.1 added; Sec. 32-13-4 am'd.
HB233
Taxation, provide income tax deduction, military stationed out of state
HB136
Municipality, council-manager form of gov., council-manager act of 1982, composition of council, alternate forms, Sec. 11-43A-8 am'd.
HB134
Alcoholic beverages, wine and beer, authorize tastings in grocery stores, Sec. 28-3A-20.3 added

HB545
Homewood, municipal judges and magistrates for municipal courts authorized to issue warrant recall fee for failure to appear for municipal ordinance or traffic violation, distrib. to municipal corrections fund
HB445
Coin operated amusement machines, taxation, annual license tax, penalties, Amusement-Entertainment Machine Fee Act
HB425
Municipalities, municipal governing body, salary, expense increases, introduced at least 30 day before adoption
HB380
Municipality, council-manager form of gov., council-manager act of 1982, composition of council, alternate forms, Sec. 11-43A-8 am'd.
HB319
Encoded data fraud, crime of expanded to include possession of debit or credit card for fraudulent purposes, Sec. 13A-8-113 am'd.
HB270
Captive insurance companies, licensure and taxing of revised, Sec. 27-31B-25 added; Sec. 27-31B-23 repealed; Secs. 27-31B-2, 27-31B-3, 27-31B-6, 27-31B-8, 27-31B-9, 27-31B-12, 27-31B-16, 27-31B-19, 27-31B-20, 27-31B-22, 27-31B-24 am'd.
HB266
Transportation, transportation network companies, insurance coverage and disclosure requirements, provided for
HB174
Employment, Alabama Uniform Minimum Wage and Right to Work Act, prohibit local governmental entities from requiring minimum wage or other benefits
HB151
District courts, jurisdictional limit increased, filing fees and docket fees revised, Secs. 12-11-30, 12-12-30, 12-19-71, 12-19-72 am'd.
HB83
Wineries, establish one additional off-site tasting room, authorized, Secs. 28-3A-6, 28-7-18 am'd.

HB545
Homewood, municipal judges and magistrates for municipal courts authorized to issue warrant recall fee for failure to appear for municipal ordinance or traffic violation, distrib. to municipal corrections fund
HB445
Coin operated amusement machines, taxation, annual license tax, penalties, Amusement-Entertainment Machine Fee Act
HB425
Municipalities, municipal governing body, salary, expense increases, introduced at least 30 day before adoption
HB380
Municipality, council-manager form of gov., council-manager act of 1982, composition of council, alternate forms, Sec. 11-43A-8 am'd.
HB319
Encoded data fraud, crime of expanded to include possession of debit or credit card for fraudulent purposes, Sec. 13A-8-113 am'd.
HB270
Captive insurance companies, licensure and taxing of revised, Sec. 27-31B-25 added; Sec. 27-31B-23 repealed; Secs. 27-31B-2, 27-31B-3, 27-31B-6, 27-31B-8, 27-31B-9, 27-31B-12, 27-31B-16, 27-31B-19, 27-31B-20, 27-31B-22, 27-31B-24 am'd.
HB266
Transportation, transportation network companies, insurance coverage and disclosure requirements, provided for
HB174
Employment, Alabama Uniform Minimum Wage and Right to Work Act, prohibit local governmental entities from requiring minimum wage or other benefits
HB151
District courts, jurisdictional limit increased, filing fees and docket fees revised, Secs. 12-11-30, 12-12-30, 12-19-71, 12-19-72 am'd.
HB83
Wineries, establish one additional off-site tasting room, authorized, Secs. 28-3A-6, 28-7-18 am'd.

HB622
Tattooing a minor, prohibited except in limited circumstances
HB595
Coin operated amusement machines, taxation, annual license tax, penalties, Coin-operated Amusement Machine Tax Act
HB269
Civil actions, Uniform Asset-Preservation Orders Act enacted, procedure for court orders to preserve assets of parties including order to nonparties

HB44
Income tax, factor presence nexus standard based on business activity established for purpose of being subject to income tax in the state, tax applicable to in-state residents and businesses, and to nonresidents that do business in the state, Sec. 40-18-31.2 added

HB27
Minimum wages, political subdivisions of state prohibited from establishing above amount set by federal law
HB26
City councils, salary or expense allowance increase for members, introduction of resolution 30 days prior to final action, required, Secs. 11-40-14, 11-43-7.2 am'd.

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