Tommy Hanes

Updated: August 07, 2022 at 12:14 PM CST

General Information

Who is Tommy Hanes?
Tommy Hanes

Tommy Hane's roots run deep in North Alabama. His family has been in Jackson County for over a generation. He believes hard work and persistence is what make our country great.

Tommy is a retired fireman, with 25 years of service. He is also a two-time Fireman of the Year.

An avid hunter and sportsman, Tommy spent 49 years as a commercial fisherman. He also knows the needs of our farmers.

Tommy and wife, Rhonda, have been married for over 43 years. They live in Bryant, AL.

Status: Alabama State Representative for District 23
Party: Republican
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Contact Information

Known contact information for Tommy Hanes from Bryant, AL.

  • 11 South Union Street, Suite 427-G
    Montgomery, AL 36130-2950
  • Phone: 334-261-0551
  • Official Email: [email protected]

Education Information

Known educational history for Tommy Hanes from Bryant, AL.

  • Graduated, Central High School, 1970-1973

Political Information

Known political history for Tommy Hanes from Bryant, AL.

  • Candidate, Alabama State House of Representatives, District 23, 2018
  • Representative, Alabama State House of Representatives, District 23, 2014-present

Professions Information

Known professional history for Tommy Hanes from Bryant, AL.

  • Fire Captain, Chattanooga Fire Department, 1986-2011
  • Commercial Fisher, Self-employed

Congressional Information

Known congressional history for Tommy Hanes from Bryant, AL.

  • Former Member, Alabama Department of Economic and Community Affairs (ADECA) Legislative Oversight Commission, Alabama State House of Representatives
  • Former Member, Economic Development and Tourism Committee, Alabama State House of Representatives

Election History

Tommy Hanes from Bryant, AL has participated in elections listed below in the state of Alabama.

Sponsored Bills

View legislative bills that Tommy Hanes has sponsored.

HB457
Education, public K-12 schools, prohibits use of certain development programs for students
HB443
Nourish One Child, exempt from state, county, and municipal sales and use taxes, Sec. 40-23-5 am'd.
HB334
Commercial fishing, paddlefish season, license from Conservation and Natural Resources Dept., regulation, fines
HB320
Scottsboro, mayor and city council, and city board of education, terms extended, election date revised
HB224
Jackson Co., sheriff, salary increase, effective next term
HB204
Elections, county canvassing board to conduct post-election audit, November 2020 general election
HB203
Public education, prohibits teaching of divisive concepts relating to race and sex, prohibits classification of students based on race, penalties
HB172
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.
HB30
Education, vaccination of students, public PreK-12 schools, public institution of higher education, exempts parents from student vaccination requirements for religious grounds even during a pandemic, extends exemption on personal beliefs, requires Dept. of Examiners of Public Account to include information about violations in audit reports, penalties, Sec. 16-30-3 am'd.
HB29
Vaccines, employer-mandated COVID-19 vaccination, private right of action against employer for certain injuries or death resulting from
HB16
Vaccines, employer-mandated COVID-19 vaccination, private right of action against employer for certain injuries or death resulting from
HB7
Firearms, Second Amendment Preservation Act, right to keep and bear arms, provided
HB4
Education, prohibit public institutions of higher education from providing support for organizations affiliated with China government

HB618
Firearms,permitless carry, process for seized pistols amended, Secs. 13A-11-50, 13A-11-52, 13A-11-74 repealed; Secs. 13A-11-71, 13A-11-73, 13A-11-84 am'd.
HB602
Catfish, size and number limit, no size or number limit, rule of Conservation and Natural Resources superseded
HB599
Conservation and Natural Resources Dept., feral swine, rules re transportation and release, penalties, specified penalty for transportation deleted, transportation of feral swine not a criminal offense, Sec. 9-11-72 am'd.
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.
HB575
Elections, prohibiting poll watchers from assisting an individual with voting, Secs. 11-46-51, 17-9-13 am'd.
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.
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.
HB458
Hunting, feral swine and coyote hunting at night permitted with an appropriate license under certain circumstances, Sec. 9-11-235 am'd.
HB440
Common Core Curriculum Standards, terminated
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.
HB394
Criminal procedure, asset forfeiture for drug offenses provided, Alabama Criminal Forfeiture Process Act, Secs. 20-2-93 repealed
HB391
Schools, public K-12, athletic events allowing competition by one biological gender against another prohibited unless the event specifically includes both genders
HB342
Jackson Co., human sewage biosolids, application to land as fertilizer or soil amendment, prohibited, exception, const. amend.
HB337
Firearms, Alabama Firearms Protection Act, prohibitions on enforcement of certain federal firearm laws, provided
HB319
State government, Presidental Executive Orders, Legislative Council may order review thereof, prohibition on implementation, provided
HB278
Health, immunizations, exemptions from mandatory immunization based on religious beliefs and medical conditions, Sec. 11-47-132 repealed
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.
HB217
Telephone communications, knowing and intentionally misleading use of inaccurate caller identification information, prohibited
HB216
Consumer Protection, Alabama Consumer Privacy Act, created, allow consumers to opt in or out to sale of personal information with certain conditions, require business collecting data to make certain disclosures, violation or deletion of, Deceptive Trade Practices Act
HB157
Firearms, Second Amendment Preservation Act, right to keep and bear arms, provided
HB112
Runoff elections, four weeks after municipal and special primary elections, period revised, Secs. 11-46-6, 11-46-21, 11-46-55, 17-13-3 am'd.
HB94
Volunteer firefighter or rescue squad members, disability or death benefits, wildland firefighter employed by Forestry Commission included, cardiac arrest, etc. relating to emergency or physical training, presumed to be in the line of duty, Secs. 36-30-1, 36-30-2 am'd.
HB9
Education, prohibit public institutions of higher education from providing support for organizations affiliated with China government

HB506
Jackson Co., human sewage biosolids, application to land as fertilizer or soil amendment, prohibited, exception, const. amend.
HB438
Jackson Co., courts, additional court costs, proceeds to the Jackson County Judicial Employees Fund, to provide funding for employees, Act 2019-215, 2019 Reg. Sess., am'd.
HB437
Jackson Co., law library, co. commission to maintain, add'l court costs to fund, presiding circuit judge to admin.
HB274
Public assistance, Human Resources Dept., electronic benefits transfer card, photograph of recipient required
HB 223
Firearms, Second Amendment Preservation Act, right to keep and bear arms, provided
HB 210
Highways, roads, and bridges, referendum required in affected county prior to tolling an existing interstate highway, const. amend.
HB 2
Jackson Co., human sewage biosolids, application to land as fertilizer or soil amendment, prohibited, exception, const. amend.

HB 625
Common Core Standards, application to state K-12 education prohibited, transition standards to be implemented pending adoption of replacement curriculum standards by State Board of Education, const. amend.
HB 417
Jackson Co., annual publication of expenditures and receipts, Act 484, 1978 Reg. Sess., repealed
HB 193
Biosolids composed of human fertilizer, reg. by ADEM, minimum standard set out, enforcement, tax on delivery of biosolids used to administer act
HB 161
Jackson Co., human sewage biosolids, application to land as fertilizer or soil amendment, prohibited, exception, const. amend.
HB 18
Firefighters, retired, occupational disease, cancer diagnosis within 10 yrs of retirement, reimbursement for out-of-pocket expenses not covered by health ins. or Medicare under certain conditions
HB 14
Public welfare, eligibility for benefits further provided, community service program, Dept. of Human Resources, Temporary Assistance for Needy Families, drug testing for certain applicants, procedure provided
HB 10
Occupational diseases, certified firefighters of municipalities, cancer diagnosis a rebuttable presumption that cause is job related, presumption extended to previously employed for 10 yrs after last date of service
HB 9
Supplemental Nutritional Assistance Program, able bodied adults without dependents, work requirements imposed to receive benefits
HB 8
Taxation, tax credit, authorized for the cost of acquisition and construction of a qualified storm shelter
HB 5
Taxation, check-off contribution to State Park Division of the Dept. of Conservation and Natural Resources, Dept. of Mental Health or the Alabama Medicaid Agency, Sec. 40-18-140 am'd.
HB 4
Public officers and employees, salaries, salary increase of certain officers may not exceed the pay plan of Merit System, Sec. 36-6-6 am'd.
HB 3
Human Resources Dept., Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), benefits, drug testing for applicant required
HB 2
Workers' compensation, firefighters, rebuttable presumption established, occupational disease, Secs. 25-5-110, 25-5-120 am'd.

HB 510
Privately owned/leased property; cemetary or burial site thereon; requirement to allow access to certain persons to graves, gravesites; Section 35-1-4 amd.
HB 482
Jackson Co., co. commission, chair, compensation, Sec. 45-36-70 am'd.
HB 459
Jackson Co., T.V.A. in lieu of tax payments, redistribution to Jackson County Legislative Delegation Critical Needs Fund, fund closed thereafter, Sec. 45-36-162 am'd.
HB 391
Motor vehicles, texting while driving, penalty increased, exemptions further provided for, fee assessed, Alabama State Law Enforcement Agency, Sec. 32-5A-350.1 added; Sec. 32-5A-350 am'd.
HB 390
Human Resources Dept., Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), benefits, drug testing for applicant required
HB 369
Public assistance, require able bodied unemployed recipient to work
HB 353
Motor vehicles, texting while driving, penalty increased, exemptions further provided for, fee assessed, Alabama State Law Enforcement Agency, Sec. 32-5A-350.1 added; Sec. 32-5A-350 am'd.
HB 329
Bridgeport, alcoholic beverages, Sunday sales
HJR 399
Professional Fire Fighters of Alabama - Commended
HB 185
Daylight saving time, state exempt from obervance of, const. amend.
HB 183
Jackson Co., human sewage biosolids, application to land as fertilizer or soil amendment, prohibited, exception, const. amend.
HR 348
Pisgah High School girls basketball team, commended
HR 284
Henegar, Parker and Shelton, Jordan, receiving the "Life Saving" Award, commended
HJR 286
Henegar, Parker and Shelton, Jordan, receiving the "Life Saving" Award, commended
HJR 250
Mohawk Industries, commended
HR 166
Carlton, Mary K., commended
HJR 101
McGhee, Greg, Scottsboro Police Department Life Saving Certificate, commended
HB 41
Firefighters, retired, occupational disease of cancer, supplemental insurance coverage or reimbursement of actual expenses for medical treatment not covered by health ins. or Medicare, provided for if diagnosed within ten years of retirement, under certain conditions
HJR 58
Roney, Kris, Scottsbors Police Department Life Saving Certificate, commended
HJR 53
State Firefighter Cancer Registry, established, by Alabama Fire College, recognized
HJR 34
Rudder Funeral Home, 103rd anniversary, recognized
HR 60
McGhee, Greg, Scottsboro Police Department Life Saving Certificate, commended
HR 40
Rudder Funeral Home, 103rd anniversary, recognized
HB 7
Fire Departments, non-volunteer, diesel exhaust system installed in the fire station building, required within certain time frame and under certain conditions
HB 6
Supplemental Nutritional Assistance Program, able bodied adults without dependents, work requirements imposed to receive benefits
HB 5
Taxation, check-off contribution to State Park Division of the Dept. of Conservation and Natural Resources, Dept. of Mental Health or the Alabama Medicaid Agency, Sec. 40-18-140 am'd.
HB 4
Motor vehicles, commercial vehicles with three or more axels, interstate highways and four-lane highways, outside of municipal corporate limits, required to use right lanes under certain conditions, exception for passing, Sec. 32-5A-80 am'd.
HB 3
Public officers and employees, salaries, appointed department heads, cabinet members, personnel board, annual salary increase capped at three percent, Sec. 36-6-6 am'd.
HB 2
Trapping animals on public lands, liability limited to injuries caused by traps used on public land in violation of state laws or rules, Sec. 9-11-264 am'd.
HB 1
Retirement, Deferred Retirement Option Plan (DROP), options for Tier I and Tier II members to participate, reopened, Secs. 16-25-150, 16-25-151, 36-27-170, 36-27-171 am'd.

HB532
Retirement, Deferred Retirement Option Plan (DROP), options for Tier I and Tier II members to participate, reopened, Secs. 16-25-150, 16-25-151, 36-27-170, 36-27-171 am'd.
HB451
Jackson Co., domestic violence cases, add'l court costs, proceeds distrib. to county commission for certain domestic violence shelters, Sec. 45-36-80.03 repealed
HB391
Stevenson, alcoholic beverages, Sunday sales, city council authorized to regulate
HB312
Commercial fishing, net and seine permits, permittee authorized to designate person for captains license to operate vessel, licensue by Conservation and Natual Resources Dept, Sec. 9-12-113.1 added
HB311
Conservation and Natural Resources Department, commercial fishing, net and seine permits, renewal without regard to certain income requirements for license year 2016, Sec. 9-12-113 am'd.
HB66
Fire protection sprinkler systems, State Fire Marshal authorized to issue permits to certain fire protection sprinkler contractors, further authorized, system plans and any changes designed by licensed engineer, certain data collected and published by State Fire Marshal required, Secs. 34-33-1, 34-33-2, 34-33-4, 34-33-5, 34-33-6, 34-33-7, 34-33-9, 34-33-10 am'd.
HB20
PEEHIP, amount certified to Governor and Legislature required to be sufficient to fund ensuing year, only if appropriated less than amount requested may board increase costs to consumer or reduce coverage, Sec. 16-26A-8 am'd.
HB19
Governor, cabinet positions, department heads, assistant cabinet and department head positions, exempt positions, salary increase limited to three percent per year, Sec. 36-6-6 am'd.
HB18
Motor vehicles, commercial vehicles with three or more axels, interstate highways and four-lane highways, outside of municipal corporate limits, required to use right lanes under certain conditions, exception for passing, Sec. 32-5A-80 am'd.
HB7
Fire Departments, non-volunteer, diesel exhaust system installed in the fire station building, required within certain time frame and under certain conditions
HB5
Taxation, check-off contribution to State Park Division of the Dept. of Conservation and Natural Resources, Dept. of Mental Health or the Alabama Medicaid Agency, Sec. 40-18-140 am'd.
HB4
Motor vehicles, commercial vehicles with three or more axels, interstate highways and four-lane highways, outside of municipal corporate limits, required to use right lanes under certain conditions, exception for passing, Sec. 32-5A-80 am'd.
HB3
Public officers and employees, salaries, appointed department heads, cabinet members, personnel board, annual salary increase capped at three percent, Sec. 36-6-6 am'd.
HB2
Trapping animals on public lands, liability limited to injuries caused by traps used on public land in violation of state laws or rules, Sec. 9-11-264 am'd.
HB1
Retirement, Deferred Retirement Option Plan (DROP), options for Tier I and Tier II members to participate, reopened, Secs. 16-25-150, 16-25-151, 36-27-170, 36-27-171 am'd.

HB493
Trapping animals on public lands, injuries to person or animals, strict liability, repealed, Sec. 9-11-264 repealed
HB438
Supplemental Nutritional Assistance Program benefits, waiver by status of work requirements to receive, prohibited
HB401
Hollywood, alcoholic beverages, Sunday sales
HB382
Liability, public lands, trapping, strict liability standard removed, Sec. 9-11-264 am'd.
HB358
Jackson Co., TVA in lieu of taxes, distribution, use of funds distributed to co. commission for disaster relief authorized, Economic Development Fund created, Sec. 45-36-162 am'd.
HB144
Taxation, income tax refund check-off, contribution to Alabama State Parks, Mental Health Department, or Alabama Medicaid Agency, Sec. 40-18-140 am'd.
HB143
Hunting licenses, nonresidents, Conservation and Natural Resources Department authorized to enter reciprocity agreements with other states, Sec. 9-11-53.3 am'd.
HB142
Hunting and fishing licenses, nonresidents enrolled in college or university, authorized to purchase resident licenses except for lifetime licenses, Sec. 9-11-73 added
HB114
Fire protection sprinkler systems, State Fire Marshal authorized to issue permits for installation, Secs. 34-33-1, 34-33-2, 34-33-3, 34-33-4, 34-33-5 am'd.
HB106
Fire Departments, non-volunteer, diesel exhaust system installed in the fire station building, required within certain time frame and under certain conditions
HB25
Search warrants, execution at any time, execution provisions requiring during daytime under certain conditions deleted, Sec. 15-5-8 am'd.
HB23
Appropriation, Education Trust Fund to State Dept, of Education for $225,000 for fiscal year ending Sept. 30, 2017, for K-12 alert system
HB2
Wireless communications providers, location information of customer required upon request of law enforcement on certain circumstances, Kelsey Smith Act

HB493
Trapping animals on public lands, injuries to person or animals, strict liability, repealed, Sec. 9-11-264 repealed
HB438
Supplemental Nutritional Assistance Program benefits, waiver by status of work requirements to receive, prohibited
HB401
Hollywood, alcoholic beverages, Sunday sales
HB382
Liability, public lands, trapping, strict liability standard removed, Sec. 9-11-264 am'd.
HB358
Jackson Co., TVA in lieu of taxes, distribution, use of funds distributed to co. commission for disaster relief authorized, Economic Development Fund created, Sec. 45-36-162 am'd.
HB144
Taxation, income tax refund check-off, contribution to Alabama State Parks, Mental Health Department, or Alabama Medicaid Agency, Sec. 40-18-140 am'd.
HB143
Hunting licenses, nonresidents, Conservation and Natural Resources Department authorized to enter reciprocity agreements with other states, Sec. 9-11-53.3 am'd.
HB142
Hunting and fishing licenses, nonresidents enrolled in college or university, authorized to purchase resident licenses except for lifetime licenses, Sec. 9-11-73 added
HB114
Fire protection sprinkler systems, State Fire Marshal authorized to issue permits for installation, Secs. 34-33-1, 34-33-2, 34-33-3, 34-33-4, 34-33-5 am'd.
HB106
Fire Departments, non-volunteer, diesel exhaust system installed in the fire station building, required within certain time frame and under certain conditions
HB25
Search warrants, execution at any time, execution provisions requiring during daytime under certain conditions deleted, Sec. 15-5-8 am'd.
HB23
Appropriation, Education Trust Fund to State Dept, of Education for $225,000 for fiscal year ending Sept. 30, 2017, for K-12 alert system
HB2
Wireless communications providers, location information of customer required upon request of law enforcement on certain circumstances, Kelsey Smith Act

HB637
Section, corp. limits alt.
HB523
Jackson Co., co. commission, sales and use tax, additional, distribution, referendum
HB419
Jackson Co., court costs, add'l, domestic violence cases, distribution to domestic violence shelters
HB402
Fire Departments, non-volunteer, diesel exhaust system installed in the fire station building, required within certain time frame and under certain conditions
HB387
Motor vehicles, distinctive license plates, firefighters, annual fee of 25 cents for maintenance of Alabama Firefighters Memorial, authorized
HB351
Jackson Co., sheriff, inmate trust account, use of funds for law enforcement purposes
HB226
Driver's Licenses, Stage II, 16 year olds, minimum of behind-the-wheel driving practice hours increased from 30 to 50, Sec. 32-6-7.2 am'd.
HB219
Scottsboro, alcoholic beverages, Sunday sales, city council authorized to regulate
HB118
Supplemental Nutritional Assistance Program benefits, waiver by status of work requirements to receive, prohibited
HB117
Motor vehicle distinctive license tags, U.S. Marine Corps, fee for retired and honorably discharged reduced, Sec. 32-6-640 am'd.

HB56
Conservation and Natural Resources Department, commercial fishing, net and seine permits, transfers for physical hardship authorized, renewal without regard to certain income requirements for certain license years, Sec. 9-12-113 am'd.
HB20
Driver's licenses, Stage II, 16 year olds, minimum of behind-the-wheel driving practice hours increased from 30 to 50 hours, Sec. 32-6-7.2 am'd.

HB2
Jackson Co., TVA in lieu of taxes, distribution, use of funds distributed to co. commission for disaster relief authorized, Economic Development Fund created, Sec. 45-36-162 am'd.

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