Clyde Chambliss

State Senator

After completing a degree in Civil Engineering from the University of Alabama in 1992, Clyde has resided, worked, and raised a family in Alabama Senate District 30.

In 1996, Clyde was elected to his first of three terms on the Autauga County Commission.  He served as the body’s chairman from 2000-2008.

In 1997, then-Commissioner Chambliss spearheaded Autauga County’s participation in the financial commitment for construction of the Capitol Hill Robert Trent Jones golf course in Elmore County.

As an employee of Central Alabama Electric Cooperative, Clyde was instrumental in forging a partnership between Central Alabama Electric Cooperative, Autauga County, the City of Prattville, the Autauga County Industrial Development Board, Marshall Construction and the Chamber of Commerce for the creation of the Interstate Business Park.

Clyde has completed Leadership Autauga, Leadership Alabama and Leadership Elmore.  Clyde has sat on numerous regional boards including: Central Alabama Aging Consortium, Central Alabama Regional Planning Commission, and the Montgomery Metropolitan Planning Organization.

Clyde and his wife Tara are the proud parents of three daughters: Kristen, Lauren, and Madison.

Clyde is the Principle Engineer for Chambliss Engineering (CE), which provides civil engineering services to local governments, developers and water systems primarily in Elmore and Autauga Counties.

In the midst of his civic and business responsibilities, Clyde has also served in leadership roles in the church.  He has taught Sunday School, served on the Building Committee, and has served three terms as a deacon at Heritage Baptist Church in Prattville.

Clyde was elected to the Alabama State Senate in November of 2014 and currently serves on the following committees: Agriculture, Conservation, and Forestry; County and Municipal Government; Fiscal Responsibility and Economic Development; Finance and Taxation General Fund; and Transportation and Energy.

Senator Chambliss was selected to co-chair the Joint Task Force on Budget Reform.  The chief task of the Task Force is to develop a comprehensive plan to stabilize Alabama’s General Fund Budget.

Alabama Senate District 30 includes all or parts of Autauga, Chilton, Coosa, Elmore, and Tallapoosa counties.

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