|Alabama State Senate District 30|
|November 3, 2010-November 5, 2014|
|Elections and appointments|
|Last election||November 2, 2010|
|Bachelor's||University of Alabama, 1998|
|J.D.||University of Texas Law School, 2001|
|Service/branch||Alabama National Guard|
|Service branch||United States Army|
Taylor earned his B.A. from the University of Alabama in 1998. He went on to receive his J.D. from the University of Texas Law School in 2001. He formerly served as policy director and legal counsel for Governor Bob Riley from 2006 to 2010. Taylor has served in the Alabama National Guard and as JAG prosecutor. He has also served as a Captain in the United States Army.
Taylor served on these committees in the 2011-2012 legislative session:
- Children, Youth Affairs and Human Resources Committee
- Constitution, Campaign Finance, Ethics and Elections Committee Chair
- Finance and Taxation Education Committee
- Fiscal Responsibility and Accountability Committee
- Governmental Affairs Committee
- Judiciary Committee
- Reapportionment Committee, Alabama State Legislature
- Veterans and Military Affairs Committee
Taylor will not be seeking re-election to the Alabama State Senate in 2014. According to media reports, Taylor sighted the normal "mumbo jumbo" of balancing family and work as cause for leaving the senate after only serving one term. Sources also suggest that Taylor's planned exit may be due to poor performance in polling predictions for the 2014 race.
- See also: Alabama State Senate elections, 2010
|Alabama State Senate, District 30 General election (2010)|
|Bryan Taylor (R)||25,868|
|Wendell Mitchell (D)||19,506|
|Alabama State Senate, District 30 Republican Primary (2010)|
|Bryan Taylor (R)||7,358|
|Ray Boles (R)||4,909|
|Ken Barnett (R)||2,708|
In 2010, Taylor raised $492,395 in contributions.
His four largest contributors were:
|Alabama Republican Party||$125,584|
|Alabama Forestry Association||$32,500|
|Del Marsh For Senate||$27,000|
In 2010, Taylor's endorsements included the following:
- The Alabama Tea Party Express
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Taylor and his wife, Jessica, have one child.
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- Alabama State Senate
- Senate Committees
- Alabama State Legislature
- Alabama state legislative districts
- Bryan Taylor's campaign website (Archived)
- Profile from Open States
- Biography from Project Vote Smart
- Legislative profile from Project Vote Smart
- Campaign contributions: 2010
- Bryan Taylor on Twitter
- "Alabama Political Reporter," "Sen. Taylor One and Done," accessed October 30, 2013
- Alabama2010.com, "Republican Primary results," accessed May 5, 2014 (dead link)
- Alabama Secretary of State, "Official 2010 General election results," accessed July 18, 2014
- Follow the Money, "2010 contributions," accessed December 23, 2013
- The Alabama Tea Party Express, "Endorsements," November 2, 2010
|Alabama State Senate District 30
| Succeeded by|
Clyde Chambliss, Jr. (R)