Tim Wadsworth

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

General Information

Who is Tim Wadsworth?
Tim Wadsworth

Wadsworth is the conservative Republican who has fought senseless higher taxes and corrupt politics in Montgomery.

Noted by the American Conservative Union as one of the consistent top conservative representatives in Montgomery, Wadsworth was also one of the first state officials to endorse and support Donald Trump for President in 2016. Wadsworth served as a delegate committed to Donald Trump to the Republican National Convention in 2016 and in 2020 and was elected as Elector by the Fourth Congressional District to cast your vote for Donald Trump.

"I've worked hard to bring new jobs and businesses to our communities in Walker and Winston counties, and we've been successful in bringing back our share of tax dollars," Wadsworth stated.

"Residents told me they wanted increased funding for our volunteer fire departments, and I found sources for those dollars. I was able to secure grants for the communities and schools in this district."

Wadsworth continued, "Specifically, I negotiated to get lighting at the Carbon Hill - Nauvoo exit on I-22. Similarly, I worked to have the State of Alabama take over Duncan Bridge on Smith Lake, and spend $5.7 million of state funds for its badly needed renovation."

Wadsworth established the Cordova Women’s Society and Carbon Hill Women’s Club, and a community college campus in Winston County.

Tim Wadsworth attended Walker College and the University of Alabama where he earned his Bachelor’s degree in accounting and Masters in Tax Accounting from the University of Alabama.

Tim went on to work in the tax department of Deloitte, Haskins, and Sells LLP, earning a CPA and in the tax department at Southern Natural Gas before earning his law degree at Cumberland School of Law in 1985.

Alabama House District 14 includes parts of Walker, Winston, Cullman and Jefferson counties.

The Republican Primary is set for May 24, 2022, and the General Election later in November. Tim thanks you for your support.

Status: Alabama State Representative for District 14
Party: Republican
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Contact Information

Known contact information for Tim Wadsworth from Arley, AL.

Education Information

Known educational history for Tim Wadsworth from Arley, AL.

  • Master's, Tax Accounting, University of Alabama, 1979
  • BS, Accounting, University of Alabama, 1978
  • JD, Samford University's Cumberland School of Law, 1976-1978
  • Associate's, Walker College, 1973-1976

Political Information

Known political history for Tim Wadsworth from Arley, AL.

  • Candidate, Alabama State House of Representatives, District 14, 2022
  • Representative, Alabama State House of Representatives, District 14, 2014-present

Professions Information

Known professional history for Tim Wadsworth from Arley, AL.

  • Attorney, Wadsworth Law Office, 1985-present
  • Former Accountant, Southern Natural Gas, 1981-1982
  • Accountant, Deloitte, Haskins, and Sells, Limited Liability Partnership, 1979-1981

Congressional Information

Known congressional history for Tim Wadsworth from Arley, AL.

  • Former Member, Technology and Research Committee, Alabama State House of Representatives
  • Former Vice Chair, State Government Committee, Alabama State House of Representatives

Organizations Information

Known organizational history for Tim Wadsworth from Arley, AL.

  • Member, National Rifle Association, present
  • Member, Kappa Sigma Fraternity
  • Member, Alabama Accounting Society

Election History

Tim Wadsworth from Arley, AL has participated in elections listed below in the state of Alabama.

Sponsored Bills

View legislative bills that Tim Wadsworth has sponsored.

HB449
Motor vehicles, photographic speeding enforcement systems, use prohibited in this state
HB398
Small businesses, Dept of Labor to create program to assist small businesses with job creation
HB383
Decedents' estates, will contests, probate courts jurisdiction, removed to circuit courts
HB209
Corporations, stock, issuance in fractional shores reg., issuance of scrip in bearer form prohibited, Sec. 10A-2A-6.04 am'd.

HB602
Catfish, size and number limit, no size or number limit, rule of Conservation and Natural Resources superseded
HB578
Fishing, paddlefish season, license from Conservation and Natural Resources Dept., regulation, fines
HB576
Time; to adopt Daylight Savings Time statewide if Congress amends Federal law to allow it.
HB532
Firefighters, occupational disease, to provide further for which cancers are included within meaning of firefighter's occupational disease, Sec. 11-43-144 am'd.
HB504
Firearms, prohibition against possession of firearms in certain places, further provided, Sec. 13A-11-61.2 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.
HB483
Onsite Wastewater Board, privately owned wastewater systems exempt from regulation by the board, Sec. 34-21A-10 am'd.
HB471
Medicaid, increase reimbursement rates for certain ambulance services
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.
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.
HB436
Jurors, to receive state mileage rate for court attendance, Sec. 12-19-210 am'd.
HB426
Family law, provide further for establishing paternity for a child, Sec. 26-17-204 am'd.
HB409
Elections, absentee ballots, county commission authorized to select locations for receiving absentee ballots
HB405
Criminal code, offenses against public order, firearms, concealed pistols, concealed carry permit, constitutional carry, pistol permits, Secs. 9-11-304, 13A-11-52, 13A-11-71, 13A-11-73, 13A-11-74 repealed; Secs. 13A-11-7, 13A-11-50, 13A-11-55, 13A-11-61.2, 13A-11-62, 13A-11-75, 13A-11-85, 13A-11-90 am'd.
HB392
Joint Legislative Oversight Committee on Obligation Transparency, created, membership, compensation, powers, and duties, provided
HB319
State government, Presidental Executive Orders, Legislative Council may order review thereof, prohibition on implementation, provided
HB204
Courts, probate courts, general jurisdiction over orphans' business deleted, const. amend.
HB203
Open Meetings Act, further define terms deliberation and meeting, technical revisions, Sec. 36-25A-2 am'd.
HB133
Crimes and offenses, crimes of riot and inciting to riot, further provided, assault against a first responder and damaging a public monument, created, crime of violence, definition further provided, harassment and harassing communications further provided, exceptions to sovereign immunity, further provided to include defunded jurisdictions, entitlement to bail, exceptions further provided, prohibitions on receipt of state grants and aid, established under certain conditions, Secs. 13A-11-3.1, 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.
HB102
Voting, early voting procedure established, all elections

HB370
Walker Co., judge of probate authorized to exercise equity jurisdiction under certain conditions, const. amend.
HB330
Crimes and offenses, crime of drug-induced murder, created
HB286
Courts, probate courts, general jurisdiction over orphans' business deleted, const. amend.
HB285
Physicians, rural income tax credit under certain conditions, existing credit terminated, new credit provided, Secs. 40-18-130.1 to 40-18-132.1, inclusive, added.
HB 204
Human Resources Dept., require the department to compensate attorneys hired by the department at a minimum rate per hour
HB 79
Judges, to authorize a judge of probate, district judge, or circuit judge to carry a pistol on court property

HB 439
Teachers' Retirement System, retirees, one-time lump sum retirement payment in December 2017, approp. from Edu. Trust Fund in Oct. 2016.
HB 335
Fishing licenses, provide an exception from licensure to members of a high school fishing team, Secs. 9-11-53, 9-11-53.1 am'd.
HB 94
Commerce, recapture benefit extended to call centers that relocate out of state

HB 469
Oakman, Economic and Industrial Development Authority, appointment of board members, further provided for, Act 90-305, 1990 Reg. Sess., am'd.
HB 363
County jails and state penitentiaries, prisoners, sheriff and Dept. of Corrections, required to provide feminine hygiene products to female inmates under certain conditions, Secs. 14-3-44, 14-6-19 am'd.
HB 332
Motor vehicles, driving under the influence, provide a 10 year look back for prior convictions, administrative driver license suspensions, Sec. 32-5A-191 am'd.
HB 135
Hospitals required to provide notice and hold public hearing prior to closure or termination of services
HB 134
Pardons and Paroles Board, prisoners, pardon, parole, or conditional release of, Executive Director to certify official order within 30 days, Sec. 15-22-37 am'd.
HB 133
Walker Co., state lands, sixteenth section lands, and school lands, distrib. to trust account for schools and county board of education, const. amend.
HR 157
Jones, John Daniel, outstanding professional achievement, commended

HB581
Winston Co., coroner, salary increase, referendum
HB399
Jails, sheriffs, items required to provide to prisoners, feminine hygiene products required for female prisoners under certain conditions, Sec. 14-6-19 am'd.
HB367
Pardons and Paroles Board, prisoners, pardon, parole, or conditional release of, Executive Director to certify official order within 30 days, Sec. 15-22-37 am'd.
HB352
Rural physician tax credit, Secs. 40-18-130, 40-18-131, 40-18-132 am'd.
HB303
Sales and use tax on food, reduced by one-percent, beginning October 1, 2017
HB302
Corporate income tax rate reduced to five percent, const. amend.

HB74
Rural physician tax credit, Secs. 40-18-130, 40-18-131, 40-18-132 am'd.
HB73
Medical records, requests for, release to trial court or attorney of record, Secs. 12-21-5, 12-21-6, 12-21-7 am'd.

HB74
Rural physician tax credit, Secs. 40-18-130, 40-18-131, 40-18-132 am'd.
HB73
Medical records, requests for, release to trial court or attorney of record, Secs. 12-21-5, 12-21-6, 12-21-7 am'd.

HB596
Rural physician tax credit, Secs. 40-18-130, 40-18-131, 40-18-132 am'd.
HB594
Winston Co., state lands, sixteenth section lands, and school lands, distrib. to trust account for schools and county board of education, const. amend.
HB386
Liquefied petroleum gas containers, requirement that container be filled by owner or with owner authorization removed, suitability for use, requirement that owner is responsible for suitability removed, Sec. 9-17-109 am'd.
HB228
Medical records, patient allow to request medical records from medical entities other than hospital, Secs. 12-21-5, 12-21-6, 12-21-7 am'd.
HB130
Hunting, disabled persons hunting license established, continuously valid as long as disability continues, issuance fee, Sec. 9-11-54 am'd.

HB35
Medical records, requests for, release to trial court or attorney of record, Secs. 12-21-5, 12-21-6, 12-21-7 am'd.
HB22
Prescriptions, privilege tax on pharmaceutical service providers, minimum amount requirement removed, Sec. 40-26B-2 am'd.
HB21
Walker County, Treasurers office abolished, duties transferred to co. commission, Act 404, 1966 Sp. Sess., Act 85-896, 1985 2nd. Sp. Sess., 89-634, 1989 Reg. Sess., repealed

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