GOP HQ Is Open!

The Madison County Republican Party is open. Our headquarters is located in Parkway Place Mall in Huntsville, AL. You will find us on the second level of the mall, next door to Dillards. We will have limited hours depending on volunteer availability for staffing headquarters.

Generally, you can expect hours to be similar to:

Monday: 11AM – 3PM
Wednesday: Noon-4PM
Thursday: Noon-4PM
Saturday: 11AM-4PM

If you would like to volunteer to help at HQ, please use the Contact Us page.

The direct number for GOP HQ is 256-536-0518

Congratulations Nominees!

NOTE: Primary changed to July 14, 2020

Results from the Alabama Republican Primary are in… and it was a great night for our Republican candidates and for President Donald Trump!

OfficeFirst NameLast Name
President of the United StatesDonaldTrump
U.S. Senate (Run off)
U.S. SenateJeffSessions
U.S. SenateTommyTuberville
Mad. Co. Commission, ChairmanDaleStrong
 District 1 (Runoff)  
Mad. Co. Commission, Dist. 1TomBrandon
Mad. Co. Commission, Dist. 1TimMcNeese
Mad. Co. Commission, Dist. 2SteveHaraway
Mad. Co. Commission, Dist. 3Craig W.Hill
Mad. Co. Commission, Dist. 4PhilVandiver
Mad. Co. Commission, Dist. 5PhilRiddick
Mad. Co. License DirectorMarkCraig
Mad. Co. Tax AssessorCliffMann
Mad. Co. Tax CollectorValerieMiles
Mad. Co. School BoardBrianBrooks

Additional State Nominees information is at:

Alabama Court of Criminal Appeals (Run off):

Beth Kellum
Will Smith

Join the Landslide!

Keep American Great!

Do you want to help re-elect President Donald Trump and other Republican candidates? We need your help to ensure Republican victories and to Keep American Great!

We plan to open our headquarters in North Alabama on March 3, which will quickly become Trump Central in North Alabama!

We are calling for volunteers to assist with headquarters, folks who are willing to assist voters seeking Trump/Pence signs, bumper stickers, etc.

These volunteers are currently needed to staff the Headquarters.  We  are currently focusing on TUESDAY MARCH 3 THROUGH SUNDAY MARCH 8.

The shifts available are as follows:

MONDAY through SATURDAY  10-1, 1-4, 4-7 (close)
SUNDAY 12-3, 3-6

You may sign up for one or more shifts.  You will also be given an opportunity to sign up for regular shift(s) if you so desire.  For example, in the past we have had volunteers sign up for the same shift every week.  We would like to have two volunteers per shift.

PLEASE look at your schedule and sign up for a shift or two.

When you have decided, please contact Headquarters Manager/Volunteer Coordinator Donna Hamaker at or 256-682-2065.

Freedom Celebration Sponsors

Freedom Celebration
Thank you to all or our Freedom Celebration sponsors!
We are very grateful for your support of the
Madison County Republican Party!

Gold Sponsors

Gina and Don Miller

Radiance Technologies

Sliver Sponsors

Colsa Corporation

Huntsville Recovery, Inc.

Hylis, Inc.

John Blue Realty

Bronze Sponsors

The Honorable Bradley Byrne, U.S. Representative District 1
Candidate for U.S. Senate

Tim and Angie McCarter

John Merrill, Alabama Secretary of State
Candidate for U.S. Senate

The Honorable Don Rizzardi, District Judge

Russ Russel Commercial Real Estate

SEA Wire & Cable

County Commission Chairman Dale Strong

Steve Thornton

Jerry Torres

Patriot Sponsors

ADM Title, Alan Judge

Cynthia and Ray Almodovar

Doug Hale

Henri and Mark McDaniel

Gena and Brad Spearing

Dr. Glenn Weathers

Alabama GOP Passes Resolutions

The Alabama Republican Party passed several resolutions by majority vote during their Winter Meeting in Birmingham, Alabama on February 23, 2019.

Resolution 2019-01
Celebrating Movement of US Embassy in Israel to Jerusalem

Resolution 2019-02
In Support of SB211 and HB431

Resolution 2019-03
Support for President Trump Building the Wall with Mexico

Resolution 2019-04
Vote of No Confidence for Senator Doug Jones

Resolution 2019-05
Objection to the Increase in Gas Tax Being Considered by the Alabama Legislature

Resolution 2019-06
In Support of Governmental Financial Responsibility

ALGOP Statement on Senator Doug Jones’ No Vote to End the Government Shutdown

ALGOP Statement on Senator Doug Jones’ No Vote to End the Government Shutdown 
Alabama Republican Party Chairman Terry Lathan made the following statement regarding Senator Doug Jones’ no vote to end the government shutdown: 
“It is extremely disappointing to see Senator Doug Jones vote no to end the government shutdown and secure our borders. This bill, proposed by Senator Shelby and endorsed by President Trump, allowed both Democrats and Republicans to find agreement in their ultimate goals.” 

“Alabamians want our nation safe through strong borders. In voting no for all of us, Senator Jones is bypassing the interests of the people he was elected to serve – especially when he says folks need to ‘compromise.’ Senator Jones is showing he has no intentions of practicing what he preaches with his no vote for our state.”

“We are grateful for Senator Shelby’s leadership in introducing this bill and earnestly working to end the government shutdown. Doug Jones’ days in the U.S. Senate are numbered. Alabamians are ready to vote in 2020 to see a Republican represent their values. On this, we will not compromise.”

Alabama Minority GOP Banquet

Huntsville will host the annual awards banquet for the Alabama Minority GOP on March 15, 2019, 7:00 PM at the Huntsville Marriott.

Note: This is a date change from March 8 to March 15. Mark your calendars!

Stay tuned for more details!

Alabama Minority GOP Banquet

Congratulations to Our Elected Candidates!

Thank you Alabama patriots for supporting our candidates!

Our candidates won every contested race. Thank you for supporting the Republican Party.

5th Congressional District: Representative Mo Brooks

State of Alabama
Governor – Kay Ivey
Lt. Governor – Will Ainsworth
Attorney General – Steve Marshall
Chief Justice Supreme Court – Tom Parker
Assoc. Justice Supreme Court, Pl 1 – Sarah Hicks Stewart
Assoc. Justice Supreme Court, Pl 2 – Tommy Bryan
Assoc. Justice Supreme Court, Pl 3 – Will Sellers
Assoc. Justice Supreme Court, Pl 4 – Jay Mitchell
State Treasurer – John McMillan
Comm of Agriculture – Rick Pate
Secretary of State – John Merrill
State Auditor – Jim Zeigler
Ct. Civil Appeals, Pl 1 – Christy Olinger Edwards
Ct. Civil Appeals, Pl 2 – Chad Hanson
Ct. Criminal Appeals, Pl 1 – Richard Minor
Ct. Criminal Appeals, Pl 2 – Chris McCool
Ct. Criminal Appeals, Pl 3 – Bill Cole
Public Service Commission, Pl 1 – Jeremy Oden
Public Service Commission, Pl 2 – Chris “Chip” Beeker, Jr.
State Bd. of Education, Dist 8 – Wayne Reynolds
State Senate, Dist 1 – Tim Melson
State Senate, Dist 2 – Tom Butler
State Senate, Dist 3 – Arthur Orr
State Senate, Dist 7 – Sam Givhan
State Senate, Dist 8 – Steve Livingston
State Senate, Dist 9 – Clay Scofield
State House, Dist 6 – Andy Whitt
State House, Dist 10 – Mike Ball
State House, Dist 20 – Howard Sanderford
State Senate, Dist 21 – Rex Reynolds
State Senate, Dist 22 – Ritchie Whorton
State Senate, Dist 25 – Mac McCutcheon

Madison County
Judge of Probate – Frank Barger
County Coroner – Tyler Berryhill
Superintendent of Education – Matt Massey
County Board of Education, Dist 1 – Nathan Curry
County Board of Education, Dist 2 – Angie Bates
Circuit Judge, Pl 1 – Karen Hall
Circuit Judge, Pl 3 – Ruth Ann Hall
Circuit Judge, Pl 6 – Chris Comer
Circuit Clerk – Debra Kizer
District Judge, Pl 1 – Claude E. Hundley III
District Judge, Pl 3 – Linda Coats
Sheriff – Kevin Turner