Mack N. Butler

Updated: August 19, 2022 at 7:03 PM CST

General Information

Who is Mack N. Butler?
Mack N. Butler

Mack began his business career at age 11 as a “paper boy” for the Gadsden Times, and he and his wife founded and run Butler Electrical Contractors and Butler Properties. Mack served two terms in the State House of Representatives as well as ten years on the Etowah County School Board. He served as Chairman of the Etowah Republican Party and served as a Trump Delegate in 2016 and 2020.

Mack and Connie are parents of four children: Morgan, Caleb, and identical twins, Connor and Carson. The Family worships at Church of the Highlands.

Status: Out of Office
Party: Republican
Social Media:
Birthday: April 27, 1963 59

Contact Information

Known contact information for Mack N. Butler from Rainbow City, AL.

Education Information

Known educational history for Mack N. Butler from Rainbow City, AL.

  • Attended, Jefferson County Sheriffs Academy, 2009
  • Attended, Gadsden State Community College

Political Information

Known political history for Mack N. Butler from Rainbow City, AL.

  • Candidate, Alabama State House of Representatives, District 28, 2022
  • Representative, Alabama State House of Representatives, District 30, 2012-2018
  • Delegate, National Republican Convention, 2008
  • Alternate Delegate, National Republican Convention, 2004

Professions Information

Known professional history for Mack N. Butler from Rainbow City, AL.

  • Butler Properties, Limited Liability Company, 2002-present
  • Employee, Butler Electrical Contractors

Congressional Information

Known congressional history for Mack N. Butler from Rainbow City, AL.

  • Member, State Republican Executive Committee
  • Member, Etowah County Republican Executive Committee
  • Former Member, State Government Committee, Alabama State House of Representatives
  • Former Member, Education Policy Committee, Alabama State House of Representatives
  • Former Vice Chair, Financial Services Committee, Alabama State House of Representatives
  • Member, Alabama Textbook Committee

Organizations Information

Known organizational history for Mack N. Butler from Rainbow City, AL.

  • Member, Alabama Public Library Executive Board
  • Member, Etowah County Board of Education
  • Member, Electrical Contractors Board
  • Member, Cross Point Baptist Church

Election History

Mack N. Butler from Rainbow City, AL has participated in elections listed below in the state of Alabama.

Sponsored Bills

View legislative bills that Mack N. Butler has sponsored.

HB 520
Etowah Co., sheriff, feeding of prisoners further provided for, Prisoner Food Fund established, const. amend.
HB 495
Motor vehicles, distinctive license plates, provide for "person with autism" motor vehicle plate
HB 424
Gadsden, board of education, election at the same time and from the same districts as city council, qualifications, terms, compensation, filling vacancies, referendum
HB 393
Sewer systems, solid waste, septic tank sewage-systems, regulated by Dept. of Public Health, rules limiting systems based on types of materials used in treatment superseded
HB 375
Custodial sexual misconduct, crimes further defined, community corrections program, alcohol or drug abuse court referral and treatment program included, Secs. 14-11-30, 14-11-31 am'd.
HB 316
Credit Unions, regulation of; voting and notice requirements for board meetings, provided for, conversion of credit unions chartered in other states to Alabama state chartered credit union, provided for, access provided to certain third-party examination reports, executive session of boards, provided for, certain public disclosures, provided for, Secs. 5-17-22, 5-17-40, 5-17-45, 5-17-56, 5-17-60, am'd.
HB 256
Animals, cruelty to dogs and cats, shelter defined, Sec. 13A-11-240 am'd.
HB 245
Human trafficking, increase criminal penalties for obstructing enforcement of, Secs. 13A-6-152, 13A-6-153 am'd.
HR 223
Hagedorn, Donna, outstanding professional achievement, commended

HB582
Custodial sexual misconduct, crimes further defined, community corrections program, alcohol or drug abuse court referral and treatment program included, Secs. 14-11-30, 14-11-31 am'd.
HB549
Schools, allow school district to educate students about traditional winter celebrations and offer traditional greetings
HB410
Firearms, to clarify prohibition of firearms in certain places, Secs. 9-11-304, 13A-11-52, 13A-11-59, 13A-11-85 repealed; Secs. 13A-11-61.2 13A-11-73 am'd.
HB409
Education, inappropriate conduct, public K-12, annual inservice training for teachers to recognize behavior of students
HB349
Memorial Preservation Act, monuments prohibited from relocation or removal, Alabama Committee on Memorial Preservation created
HB334
Statement of economic interest, personal information of law enforcement officers included on form exempt from public disclosure, Secs. 36-25-14, 41-13-7 am'd.
HB217
Public K-12 education, absence for student playing Taps at funeral of veteran is excused, Sec. 16-28-13 am'd.
HB216
Mandatory reporting of child abuse or neglect, firefighters required to report, Sec. 26-14-3 am'd.
HB96
Suicide, Assisted Suicide Ban Act, established, person or health care provider prohibited from deliberately providing aid in dying under certain conditions, civil and criminal penalties

HB544
Glencoe, alcoholic beverage Sunday sales, referendum
HB499
Etowah Co., coroner, use of vehicle, retroactive effect
HB381
Rainbow City, alcoholic beverage Sunday sales, referendum
HB376
Abortion, Alabama Unborn Child Protection from Dismemberment Abortion Act, prohibits and punishes person performing unless necessary to prevent serious health risk to mother
HB369
Education, inappropriate conduct, public K-12, annual inservice training for teachers to recognize behavior of students
HB175
Controlled substances, additional compounds included in Schedule I, Sec. 20-2-23 am'd.
HB12
Colleges and universities, carrying of concealed pistols on campuses under certain conditions authorized, const. amend.

HB544
Glencoe, alcoholic beverage Sunday sales, referendum
HB499
Etowah Co., coroner, use of vehicle, retroactive effect
HB381
Rainbow City, alcoholic beverage Sunday sales, referendum
HB376
Abortion, Alabama Unborn Child Protection from Dismemberment Abortion Act, prohibits and punishes person performing unless necessary to prevent serious health risk to mother
HB369
Education, inappropriate conduct, public K-12, annual inservice training for teachers to recognize behavior of students
HB175
Controlled substances, additional compounds included in Schedule I, Sec. 20-2-23 am'd.
HB12
Colleges and universities, carrying of concealed pistols on campuses under certain conditions authorized, const. amend.

HB680
Sex offenders, residency requirements, prohibit residence within 2,000 feet of a camp facility used by children, Sec. 15-20A-11 am'd.
HB650
Etowah Co., personnel board created for employees of office of the sheriff, terms, compensation, and duties provided, operation of board financed by co. commission
HB592
Science courses in public schools, encourage students to explore scientific evidence, develop critical thinking, analyze, critique and review scientific theories
HB486
Auctioneers, Board of, fines for violations increased, quorum defined, Secs. 34-4-29, 34-4-52 am'd.
HB459
Etowah Co., Sheriff office, Personnel Department for employees, auth., const. amend.
HB408
Chemical endangerment, reporting by doctor or healthcare professional, oral report within two hours of suspicion regardless of whether blood or urine test results are available, Sec. 26-14-3 am'd.
HB319
Contractors, State Licensing Board for General Contractors, one board member to be a subcontractor, Sec. 34-8-20 am'd.
HB213
Parental right, to make decisions regarding child's education, upbringing, and care
HB179
Credit Union Board, membership, name of entity changed to League of Southeastern Credit Union, Sec. 5-17-55 am'd.
HB178
Transportation Department, director authorized to appoint assistant counsel subject to State Merit System, Sec. 23-1-26 am'd.
HB4
Attorneys, certain non attorneys allowed to represent certain entities in court, Sec. 34-3-7 am'd.
HB1
Religious expression in schools, authorized, adoption of policy by local boards of education required, Alabama Student Religious Liberties Act of 2015

HB585
Attorneys, certain non attorneys allowed to represent certain entities in court, Sec. 34-3-7 am'd.
HB578
Alabama Retired Education Employees' Health Care Trust, percentage of full market value of trust allowed to be distributed, increased, Sec. 36-36-6 am'd.
HB559
Firearms, exempt sales and use taxes on firearms, ammunition, and firearm supplies for limited period each year
HB551
Electrical contractors, person holding municipal or county license or permit required to obtain provisional license from Board of Electrical Contractors, date for license under nationally standardized examination, extended, journeyman electrician, licensure further provided for, Secs. 34-36-7, 34-36-16 am'd.
HB513
Minors, Internet post, removal under certain circumstances
HB508
Code of Ethics, definition of principal expanded, lobbyist required to identify principals that stand to benefit from lobbyist activities, Secs. 36-25-1, 36-25-18 am'd.
HB490
Fetal Heartbeat Act, prohibits physician from performing abortion without first determining fetal heartbeat, physician who does not make determination or who performs abortion when heartbeat detected is guilty of Class C felony
HB489
Abortions, information required to be provided to a woman prior to abortion, time period increased from 24 hours to 48 hours, Sec. 26-23A-4 am'd.
HB482
Water works boards, serving counties other than co., where organized, additional board members, term limits
HB480
Controlled substances, Schedule I, additional synthetic controlled substances and analogue substances included in, trafficking in controlled substance analogues, requisite weight increased, Secs. 13A-12-231, 20-2-23 am'd.
HB478
Public education, reduction-in-force policies, contents further provided for, significant factors specified, compliance with antidiscrimination laws required, Sec. 16-1-33 am'd.
HB469
Athletic scholarships, limit of 4 awarded to out-of-state students at junior colleges
HB463
Criminally negligent homicide, victim under six years of age, penalties increased, Sec. 13A-6-4 am'd.
HB446
Cosmetology and Barbering, Alabama Board of, name changed to State Board of Cosmetology, barbers removed from licensure and regulation by the board, board membership revised, Sec. 34-7B-17 repealed; Secs. 34-7B-1, 34-7B-2, 34-7B-6, 34-7B-7, 34-7B-13, 34-7B-26, 34-7B-27, 34-7B-29 am'd.
HB379
Capital punishment, person or entity who participates in an execution or performs any ancillary function shall be confidential, Sec. 15-18-82.1 am'd.
HB350
Examiners of Public Accounts Department, placed in Office of State Auditor, appointment of Chief Examiner of the department, Secs. 36-16-1, 41-5-1, 41-5-3, 41-5-6, 41-5-6.1, 41-5-7, 41-5-8, 41-5-10 am'd; Secs. 41-5-4, 41-5-5, 41-5-9, 41-5-18, 41-5-19, 41-5-20 repealed
HB322
Hunting and fishing, right to clarified, subject to reasonable rules that promote conservation and management, const. amend.
HB294
Trussville, corp. limits alt., transitional provisions
HB289
Grandparents, visitation with grandchildren, petition procedure and burden of proof established, Sec. 30-3-4.1 repealed
HB281
Religious expression in schools, authorized, Alabama Student Religious Liberties Act
HB219
Jurors, service in criminal cases, names of sealed, contact by parties with for specified purposes prohibited, procedures for contact with jurors, penalties for violation
HB218
Criminal procedure, new classes of capital offense, Secs. 13A-5-40, 13A-5-49 am'd.
HB217
Criminal witnesses, contact with by criminal defendant prohibited without notice to prosecutor, penalties for violations, Defense Initiated Victims Outreach initiative, funding of by public funds prohibited, Sec. 15-23-73 am'd.
HB216
Criminal procedure, new classes of capital offense, reduce appeal time, Fair Justice Act
HB195
Public works, Fair and Open Competition in Governmental Construction Act, public agencies prohibited from entering contracts and making certain awards based on collective bargaining agreements, certain terms prohibited in certain documents, exemptions
HB192
Human Resources Department, public assistance, drug testing for applicants and recipients required upon reasonable suspicion, ineligibility under certain conditions, department to implement, rulemaking authority
HB185
Auctioneers, Board of, fees for reciprocity, Board of Auctioneers Account, renamed, Secs. 34-4-21, 34-4-25, 34-4-54 am'd.
HB151
Sales tax, estimated payments, average monthly tax liability threshold increased, Sec. 40-23-7 am'd.
HB97
Revenue Department, taxes and fees, suspension by administrative rule when cost of collection is higher than amount collected, periodic review, Sec. 40-1-49 added
HB64
Sovereign immunity, immunity for officers, employees, agents of the state, including certain employees of local school boards and State Board of Education, specified in official and personal capacity under certain conditions
HB43
St. Clair Co., food pantry, sales and use tax exemption from state, county, and municipal taxes

HB650
Springville, corp. limits alt.
HB649
St. Clair Co., pretrial diversion program, city located within authorized to establish, basic operating standards provided
HB631
Public assistance, fraud in obtaining, crime established, penalties, theft of services, knowledge requirement deleted, Sec. 13A-8-10 am'd.
HB624
Taxation, exempt tangible assets, exempt real property whose original acquisition cost was less than $250.00, Sec. 40-9-1 am'd.
HB588
Religious expression in schools, authorized, Alabama Student Religious Liberties Act
HB573
St. Clair Co., judge of probate, expense allowance, Act 80-195, 1980 Reg. Sess., am'd.
HB572
St. Clair Co., judge of probate, marriage ceremony, additional fee
HB566
Civil actions, attorney fees and costs awarded to prevailing party
HB547
Veterans, permanently and totally disabled, state income tax, credit for sales tax paid up to a certain amount
HB538
Contractors and subcontractors, provide further for compliance of subcontractors with licensing requirements, Secs. 34-8-6, 34-8-7 am'd.
HB526
Unemployment compensation, substitute employees of schools, exempt from collecting, Sec. 25-4-10 am'd.
HB506
Public education employees, salary increase, including K-12 and certain other designated education institutions, liability insurance program to be established by Finance Department in consultation with Education Department
HB421
Pawns, further regulate pawn transactions, Secs. 5-19A-2 am'd.; Secs. 5-19A-21, 5-19A-22, 5-19A-23, 5-19A-24, 5-19A-25 added
HB413
Electrical contractors, person holding municipal or county license or permit required to obtain provisional license from Board of Electrical Contractors, date for license under nationally standardized examination, extended, journeyman electrician, licensure further provided for, Secs. 34-36-7, 34-36-16 am'd.
HB376
Use of force in defense of a person, authorized by an owner, employee, or other person authorized to be on business premises if another person is attempting or committing robbery or burglary on the premises, Sec, 13A-3-23 am'd.
HB363
Capital offenses, appeal directly to Alabama Supreme Court, Sec. 13A-5-53 am'd.
HB352
Hunting licenses, disabled veterans, military appreciation hunting license, three day trip event hunting license authorized, Secs. 9-11-44, 9-11-49 am'd.
HB330
Aircraft, manufacturers of commercial aircraft or aircraft parts, statute of limitations, statute of repose, forum non conveniens provided in civil liability actions, allocation of fault, Alabama Commercial Aviation Business Improvement Act of 2013
HB298
Sales tax, exempting ammunition manufactured for firearms from sales tax, Sec. 40-23-4 am'd.
HB274
Public assistance, TANF benefits, a person convicted of a felony ineligible for benefits, disclosure of felony conviction by applicant required
HB220
Firearms, infringement on the right to keep and bear arms by federal government prohibited, federal acts violating Second Amendment declared void, Second Amendment Preservation Act
HB217
Pardons and Paroles Board, Scottsboro Boys Act, posthumous pardons for certain convictions prior to 1932
HB197
Private Investigation Board, established, licensing and regulation of private investigators, members, terms, powers, vacancies, subject to Administrative Procedure Act, civil and criminal penalties, Private Investigators Licensing and Regulatory Act

Related Articles

The below links are relevant to Mack N. Butler from Rainbow City, AL and are articles or opinion pieces published on Bama Politics. Are you Mack N. Butler? Do you have an opinion on Mack N. Butler? Publish an article in our opinion section and your article will appear here. A great way for our visitors to find your content and learn more about your views. Use this contact form to find out how.

ArticleDate
No articles or news have been published on Mack N. Butler.
Back To Top