PRESS RELEASE: UAB Political Science Club to host “Meet the Candidates” debate for candidates of Alabama House of Representatives
HUFFINGTON POST: "Patricia Todd Responds to Controversial Anti-Gay Resloution"
HUFFINGTON POST: "Patricia Todd, Alabama's Openly Gay Lawmaker, Discusses Reelection, GOP Colleagues, and why She'd Never Leave her State"
PRESS RELEASE: "Rep. Todd Expresses Appreciation to Senate Committee for Backing her Payday Lending Bill"
VICE NEWS: "Alabama Just Approved Cannabis Extracts for Epileptic Kids"
MONTGOMERY ADVERTISER: "Payday Loan Database Bill Advances"
PRESS RELEASE: "Representative Patricia Todd Announces Re-Election Bid, Wins Encouraging Diversity Award"
AL.COM: "Lawmakers fight like cats and dogs, spay-neuter bill passes Alabama House"
Patricia Todd was elected in 2006 as the first and only openly gay elected official in Alabama. She was re-elected in 2010 without opposition. Born and raised in Kentucky, she served two years in Washington, D.C. with the National Organization for Women before moving to Alabama. Patricia ran for office to serve as a voice for the underserved. Rep. Todd devotes her legislative energy to reducing poverty in Alabama and assuring justice and equality for all. Read more by clicking on About Patricia.