Randy Price

Updated: August 16, 2022 at 7:44 PM CST

General Information

Who is Randy Price?
Randy Price

Randy is a man who loves his family. His family values are front and center in the work he does for the folks of Senate District 13, while in Montgomery. Randy and his wife, formerly Oline Walton, have raised their two sons, Hunter and Cameron to be men of faith, character, and conviction.

When Randy isn't in Montgomery, you'll find him spending time with his two boys, his wife, or his grandchildren. In Randy's eyes, that's what life is all about.

Randy's values are simple: strong family values, a staunch supporter of the second amendment, he's pro-life, supports the police, and he'll never back down from our shared conservative family values.

Randy believes we live in the greatest country on earth. He's proud to be an American. His goal Is simple: create an environment in Alabama for everyone to succeed. Randy fight for our small businessman and woman. He fights for our teachers and students, and he'll continue fighting for our police, fire, EMS and all other first responders-- just like they've fought for us.

Randy knows hard work. He knows what it takes to sign the line on a check to make payroll. He's been a small business owner for nearly 30 years. Randy knows that a strong business environment isn't possible if there's also a big government environment.

That's why Randy fights for the small businessman and farmer here in East Alabama. This is why as Vice Chairman of Tourism and a member of Confirmations, Education Policy, Agriculture, Conservation & Forestry, Banking & Insurance, and Transportation and Energy committees he is the consistent conservative voice-- always speaking up for our shared conservative values.

Status: Alabama State Senator for District 13
Party: Republican
Location: Opelika, AL - Lee County
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Birthday: August 24, 1957 65

Contact Information

Known contact information for Randy Price from Opelika, AL.

Education Information

Known educational history for Randy Price from Opelika, AL.

  • Attended, Southern Union State Community College

Political Information

Known political history for Randy Price from Opelika, AL.

  • Candidate, Alabama State Senate, District 13, 2022
  • Senator, Alabama State Senate, District 13, 2018-present
  • Candidate, Alabama State House of Representatives, District 38, 2014

Organizations Information

Known organizational history for Randy Price from Opelika, AL.

  • Member, BamaCarry, present
  • Member, National Rifle Association (NRA), present
  • Member, Lee County Cattlemen's Association
  • Member, Lee County Farmers Federation Board of Directors
  • Member, Lee County Public Building Authority
  • Member, First United Methodist Church of Opelika

Election History

Randy Price from Opelika, AL has participated in elections listed below in the state of Alabama.

Sponsored Bills

View legislative bills that Randy Price has sponsored.

SB330
Lee Co., sheriff, salary increased, Sec. 45-41-230 am'd.
SB290
Business privilege tax, minimum business privilege tax for taxable years beginning after December 31, 2022, reduced a full exemption on amounts due of $100 or less for taxable years beginning after December 31, 2023, Section 40-14A-22 am'd.
SB273
Counties, license taxes, prohibited on farmers
SB199
Chiropractic Examiners, Board of, to authorize the board to acquire, convey, and hold real property, Sec. 34-24-143 am'd.
SB190
Redistricting, legal challenges against statewide plans, establish venue before 3-judge panel to hear challenge, Sec. 29-1-2.5 am'd.
SB189
Small Business Relief and Revitalization Act of 2022, cancellation of indebtedness income exempt from income tax, financial institution excise tax and corporate income tax due date extension, certain business tangible personal property ad valorem tax exemption, deposit of certified funds with Revenue in lieu of one-time surety bond for licensure, average monthly sales tax liability for estimated payments increased, Secs. 40-16-3.1, 40-18-39.1 added; Secs. 40-9-1, 40-23-6, 40-23-6.1, 40-23-7 am'd.
SB187
State Employee Retirees' Trust Fund Funding Act, State Employee Retirees' Trust Fund created in State Treasury as permanent trust and investment account to fund periodic bonus checks for state employee retirees
SB173
Courts, additional circuit judgeships in various judicial circuits, district judgeships in various counties throughout the state, compensation and benefits, election
SB169
Abuse, registry for individuals convicted of certain crimes against elders, require certain care providers to query the registry, criminal penalties, Sec. 38-9-8 am'd.
SB156
Public assistance, requires compliance with child support enforcement programs to qualify for food assistance, Sec. 38-4-15 added.
SB154
Motor vehicles, uniform vehicle width restriction, provided, Sec. 32-9-20 am'd.
SB152
Taxation, income tax, exclusion of enhanced federal child tax credits from American Rescue Plan Act from calculation of federal income tax deduction for tax year 2021, extension of the due date for certain taxpayers, Secs. 40-16-3.1, 40-18-39.2 added.
SB127
Education, constitutional amendment, public K-12 schools required to play Star-Spangled Banner on schools and at school athletic events, const. amend.
SB72
Public contracts, exemption from certain bid requirements for certain educational entities providing meals under the Child Nutrition Program, Secs. 16-13B-2.1, 41-16-51.2 added.
SB56
Facial recognition technology, use of match as the sole basis of probable cause or arrest, prohibited
SB22
Alcoholic beverages, retail table wine licensee, off-premises sale of approved containers, provided for, Sec. 28-3A-15 am'd.
SB21
Lineville, draft or keg beer, governing body may authorize sale
SB7
Labor, prohibits state and political subdivisions from teaching divisive concepts relating to race or sex in training, prohibits same for state contractors, Dept. of Labor to review state agency training programs

SB362
State parks, Alabama State Parks Enhancement Authority created and authorized to issue bonds for support of state parks, const. amend.
SB347
Randolph Co., sheriff, qualifications, continuing education required
SB341
Cleburne Co., sheriff, qualifications, continuing education required
SB340
Family leave and adoption, reduce period for relinquishment of parental rights for child placed for adoption from five days to four days, provisions for family leave time for adoptive parents and biological parents to care for child in certain cases, Secs. 16-25-11.12, 26-10A-13, 36-26-35.2, 36-26-36.2 am'd.
SB313
Courts, Twenty-third Judicial Circuit, Nineteenth Judicial Circuit, Twenty-eight Judicial Circuit, Thirty-seventh Judicial Circuit, additional circuit judge, compensation and benefits, election, Sec. 12-9A-5 repealed
SB308
Concealed carry permits, statewide standardized issuance and information management, lifetime carry permits created, firearms prohibited person database created, recreation, appeal process provided, operation by Alabama State Law Enforcement Agency (ALEA), Sec. 13A-11-75.1 repealed; Secs. 13A-11-70, 13A-11-75, 22-52-10.1 am'd.
SB307
Health, require health care facilities to allow one caregiver or visitor to patients or residents, subject to reasonable restrictions
SB300
State holidays, Robert E. Lee Day observed on second Monday in October, Sec. 1-3-8 am'd.
SB294
Small farm wineries, authorize to sell to consumers or distribute to retailers
SB293
Taxation, tax credit, authorized for the cost of acquisition and construction of a qualified storm shelter
SB274
Covid-19 Recovery Capital Credit Protection Act of 2021, created, employment and wage requirements for qualifying projects extended, compensation amounts for exemption purposes increased, Sec. 40-18-19.1 am'd.
SB270
Veterans' Affairs, State Board of, adding a Gold Star Family member to the board, updating existing code, making nonsubstantive, technical revisions, Sec. 31-5-3 am'd.
SB264
Hunting, feral swine and coyote hunting at night permitted with an appropriate license under certain circumstances, Sec. 9-11-235 am'd.
SB259
Legislature, to call itself into a special session under certain conditions authorized, const. amend.
SB256
Motor vehicles, authorized volunteer firefighter vehicles, authorized to be equipped with emergency lights, certain operating privileges, provided, Sec. 32-5A-7.1 added.
SB240
Department of Public Health, reconstituted, State Board of Health, State Committee of Public Health, State Health Officer abolished, State Health Advisory Board, Secretary of ADPH, medical director established, county boards of health, membership revised, Secs. 22-2-9, 22-2-10, 22-2-11, 22-2-12, 22-2-13, 22-3-8 repealed; Secs. 22-1-1, 22-1-3, 22-2-1, 22-2-2, 22-2-3, 22-2-4, 22-2-5, 22-2-6, 22-2-7, 22-2-8, 22-3-1, 22-11A-38, 22-22A-2, 22-29-1, 22-37A-2, 34-15-2, 34-15-5 am'd.
SB239
Board of Medical Examiners, membership and duties revised, Medical Licensure Commission abolished, Secs. 34-24-54.1, 34-24-54.2, 34-24-71.1, 34-24-71.2, 34-24-71.3 added; Secs. 34-24-50.1, 34-24-310, 34-24-311, 34-24-311.1, 34-24-312, 34-24-313, 34-24-314, 34-24-330, 34-24-331, 34-24-332, 34-24-333, 34-24-334, 34-24-335, 34-24-338, 34-24-339, 34-24-341, 34-24-342, repealed; Secs. 13A-6-201, 13A-9-21, 27-1-17.1, 34-24-50, 34-24-51, 34-24-52, 34-24-53, 34-24-53.1, 34-24-54, 34-24-56, 34-24-57, 34-24-60, 34-24-70, 34-24-71, 34-24-73, 34-24-75, 34-24-75.1, 34-24-336, 34-24-337, 34-24-340, 34-24-343, 34-24-360, 34-24-360.1, 34-24-361, 34-24-361.1, 34-24-362, 34-24-363, 34-24-365, 34-24-366, 34-24-367, 34-24-381, 34-24-382, 34-24-383, 34-24-384, 34-24-501, 34-24-502, 34-24-503, 34-24-506, 34-24-507, 34-24-508, am'd.
SB189
Education budget, appropriations for the support, maintenance, and development of public education
SB173
Agricultural lime, required to be labeled with relative neutralizing value as defined, Secs. 2-23-2, 2-23-4 am'd.
SB172
Teachers' Retirement System, one-time lump-sum payment for certain retirees and beneficiaries
SB167
Wine festivals authorized, licensed by ABC Board, allow tastings and sale of wine, Sec. 28-3A-20.3 added.
SB129
Lee Co., boards of registrars, increase maximum number of days board may meet each year, Sec. 17-3-8 am'd.
SB43
Emergency Management Agency, shelters, to adopt guidelines for identifying and designating safer place shelters throughout the state
SB41
Crimes and offenses, assault (2nd degree), the term firefighter includes volunteer firefighters, Sec. 13A-6-21 am'd.
SB39
Consumer Protection, Alabama State of Emergency Consumer Protection Act, enhanced criminal penalties provided under certain conditions, Sec. 13A-9-111.1 added; Sec. 13A-9-114, 34-14A-14, 34-31-32, 34-36-16, 34-37-17 am'd.
SB30
Coronavirus, immunity for certain entities from claims relating to contraction of or exposure to coronovirus
SB27
State Board of Auctioneers, qualifications for licensure, annual single use auction license, inactive licenses, reciprocal licensing of apprentice auctioneer prohibited, conduct of auctions without a license, disciplinary actions pursuant to APA, board membership and meetings, Secs. 34-4-21, 34-4-23, 34-4-25, 34-4-27, 34-4-28, 34-4-29, 34-4-30, 34-4-31, 34-4-33, 34-4-50, 34-4-52 am'd.

SB337
Clay Co., Ashland, sale of draft or keg beer, auth.
SB225
Organ transplant recipients, discrimination against persons with disabilities prohibited
SB210
Crimes and offenses, assault (2nd degree), the term firefighter includes volunteer firefighters, Sec. 13A-6-21 am'd.
SB 156
Consumer Protection, Alabama State of Emergency Consumer Protection Act, enhanced criminal penalties provided under certain conditions, Secs. 13A-9-114, 34-8-6, 34-14A-14, 34-31-32, 34-36-16, 34-37-17 am'd.
SB 146
State Board of Auctioneers, qualifications for licensure, annual single use auction license, inactive licenses, reciprocal licensing of apprentice auctioneer prohibited, conduct of auctions without a license, disciplinary actions pursuant to APA, board membership and meetings, Secs. 34-4-21, 34-4-23, 34-4-25, 34-4-27, 34-4-28, 34-4-29, 34-4-30, 34-4-31, 34-4-33, 34-4-50, 34-4-52 am'd.
SB 145
Emergency Management Agency, shelters, to adopt guidelines for identifying and designating safer place shelters throughout the state
SB 135
Consumer Protection, Alabama State of Emergency Consumer Protection Act, enhanced criminal penalties provided under certain conditions, Secs. 13A-9-114, 34-8-6, 34-14A-14, 34-31-32, 34-36-16, 34-37-17 am'd.
SB 47
Concealed carry permits, to create standardized statewide process to issue concealed carry permits for terms of 1 year, 5 years, or permit holder's lifetime, Sec. 13A-11-75.1 repealed; Secs. 13A-11-75, 13A-11-84 am'd.

SB 392
Firearms, Lifetime Carry Permit
SB 379
Consumer Protection, Alabama State of Emergency Consumer Protection Act, enhanced criminal penalties provided under certain conditions, Secs. 13A-9-114, 34-8-6, 34-14A-14, 34-31-32, 34-36-16, 34-37-17 am'd.
SB 333
Circuit clerks, qualifications for supernumerary status revised, Sec. 12-17-140 am'd.
SB 243
Motor vehicles, ad valorem tax, tax collector, revenue commissioner, or other tax collecting official, final settlement required by Nov. 1 of each year with State Comptroller's office, civil penalties, Sec. 40-5-44 am'd.
SB 229
Elections, Boards of Registrars, Chambers Co., working days increased to 180 days, Sec. 17-3-8 am'd.
SB 167
Conservation and Natural Resources Dept., sensitive personally identifying information, removed from fishing equipment and trapping equipment, Secs. 9-11-22, 9-11-59 am'd.
SB 27
Elections, distance from polling place where political activity is prohibited, changed to 100 feet, Sec. 17-9-50 am'd.

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