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Todd Greeson has lived in DeKalb County his entire life and is a 4th generation Republican. He is the son of Bill and Virginia Greeson of Ider. Todd was raised by hard-working parents who owned Bill Greeson and Sons Farm. Growing up, Todd was taught to work hard and developed a strong work ethic alongside his three brothers Steve, Marty, Anthony and sister Michelle. In 1989, Todd graduated from Ider High School and went on to earn an Associates Degree in Business Administration from Northeast Alabama Community College, B.S. in Political Science and B.B.A. in Management from Athens State University. In 2007, he earned a Masters of Public Administration from Troy University.
Todd has been an active member of the Republican Party his entire life. In 1996, he started the DeKalb County Young Republicans with the help of many Republican leaders and family members. His work did not go unnoticed and in 1997, Todd was named State of Alabama Young Republican Chairman of the Year. At the age of 27, Todd was elected as the first Republican from DeKalb County to the State House of Representatives from District 24. The victory was the result of hard work by many friends and supporters. He was re-elected 3 times and served a total of 16 years from 1998-2014.
During his time in the House, Todd served on four of the most powerful committees: Ways and Means, Education, Rules, and Judiciary. Todd sponsored and carried numerous pieces of legislation that positively impacted DeKalb County and the State of Alabama. Todd’s signature piece of legislation criminalized domestic violence, making Alabama the 27th state to pass the law. As a result, Todd was named Legislator of the Year by the Alabama Coalition Against Domestic Violence. Todd was honored with numerous awards including Soil and Water Conservation Legislator of the Year, Electric Cities of Alabama Legislator of the Year, and Alumnus of the Year by Athens State University. Todd also founded and served as the first President of the Rural Caucus which addressed many concerns of rural Alabamians. Following his time in the house, Todd worked in Workforce Development at Northeast Alabama Community College and served as the Assistant Director of the Alabama Emergency Management Agency. He has maintained an active role in the DeKalb community, serving on various boards and volunteering for numerous community organizations.
In 1999, Todd married Dana Moore. The couple has two sons, Garrett and Daniel and will celebrate nineteen years of marriage in May. Garrett and Daniel attend Ider High School and Ider Elementary and are involved in many school activities. Todd and Dana are active members of the Mountain View Baptist Church.
Todd is the most qualified candidate for Circuit Clerk
4th Generation DeKalb County Republican
16 Year Alabama State Representative
Member of the House Judiciary Committee
Former Assistant Director of the Alabama Emergency Management Agency
Active Board Member of Community Organizations
Holds Masters Degree in Public Administration