James C. Fields
|James C. Fields|
|Lieutenant Governor of Alabama|
|Elections and appointments|
|Next general||June 3, 2014|
|Alabama House of Representatives, District 12|
|High school||Hanceville High School|
|Bachelor's||Jacksonville State University|
|Place of birth||Cullman County, Alabama|
Fields grew up in Colony, Alabama, a community in Cullman County. He went to Hanceville High School and graduated from Jacksonville State University with a degree in law enforcement.
Fields attended the Marine Corps Academy in Quantico, Virginia, completing two years of officers’ training before being honorably discharged.
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- Hanceville High School
- Bachelor of Science in law enforcement - Jacksonville State University
Alabama House of Representatives (2008-2010)
Fields served one term in the state House, representing Alabama's 12th legislative district from 2008-2010. He was the first African American state lawmaker ever elected in Cullman County. Fields ran for re-election in 2010 but lost in the general election to Republican Mac Buttram (R).
Fields formerly served on the following committees:
- Commerce Committee, Alabama House of Representatives
- Government Operations Committee, Alabama House of Representatives
- Subcommittee on Environmental Management (Vice Chair)
- Subcommittee on Personnel Management
|Alabama House of Representatives, District 12 General Election (2010)|
|Mac Buttram (R)||9,062|
|James C. Fields (D)||7,667|
Fields and his wife, Yvette Moorer Fields, have seven children and 18 grandchildren.
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- Statewide general election results
- Fields for Lieutenant Governor 2014 Official campaign website, "Homepage," accessed November 29, 2013
- Anniston Star, "Cullman County Democrat to enter Lt. Gov. race," November 20, 2013 (dead link)
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- 2008 election results, Alabama House District 12
|Alabama House District 12
| Succeeded by|
Mac Buttram (R)
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