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  Ball, Mike
NameMike Ball
Address105 Canterbury Dr
Madison, Alabama , United States
Born September 17, 1954 (67 years)
ContributorWishful Thinking
Last ModifedRBH
May 22, 2020 08:38pm
Tags Marine Corps - Methodist -
InfoRepresentative Mike Ball was elected to the Alabama House of Representatives in 2002. He and his wife, Debbie, have three children - Chris, Cara, and Mandy, and a grandson, Jacob. Mike received his A.S. in Criminal Justice from Jefferson State Junior College and his B.S. in Political Science from Athens State University. He is a member of Asbury Methodist United Methodist Church in Madison.

Mike served in the U.S. Marine Corps from 1973 to 1977 and was honorably discharged as a Sergeant. In 1978, he became an Alabama State Trooper, and served 8 years in the Highway Patrol Division. In 1986, he was assigned to serve in the Major Crimes Unit of the Alabama Bureau of Investigation. In addition to his investigative duties, Mike also served as a Hostage Negotiator. He retired from the Alabama Department of Public Safety on January 1, 2003. After his retirement from the Department of Public Safety, Mike and his son Chris have operated the family business, Ball Roofing.

Mike also enjoys singing and playing mandolin with The Madison Mountaintop Band. A student of several musical instruments, he particularly enjoys improvisation with other "shade tree" musicians.


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  11/06/2018 AL House 010 Won 53.66% (+12.77%)
  06/05/2018 AL House 010 - R Primary Won 73.31% (+46.61%)
  11/04/2014 AL House 010 Won 97.14% (+94.28%)
  11/02/2010 AL House 010 Won 98.42% (+96.84%)
  11/07/2006 AL House 010 Won 98.31% (+96.63%)
  06/06/2006 AL House 010 - R Primary Won 61.89% (+23.78%)
  11/05/2002 AL House 010 Won 64.30% (+31.95%)
  06/25/2002 AL House 010 - R Runoff Won 60.03% (+20.05%)
  06/04/2002 AL House 010 - R Primary Won 39.78% (+0.99%)
  11/03/1998 AL House 009 Lost 48.71% (-2.53%)
  06/02/1998 AL House 009 - R Primary Won 68.96% (+37.92%)
AL State Supreme Court Chief Justice - R Primary - Mar 13, 2012 R Chuck Malone
AL Republican Party Chair - Feb 20, 2011 R Jay Love, Jr.
AL Governor - R Primary - Jun 01, 2010 R Bradley Byrne
AL US President - R Primary - Feb 05, 2008 R John S. McCain
AL US President - R Primary - Feb 05, 2008 R Mitt Romney