State Representative Thomas Jackson
(D) - State House District No. 68
Representing the following Incorporated Baldwin County municipalities:
Representing the following Unincorporated Baldwin County communities: Monroe County, Marengo County, Baldwin County, Clarke County, Conecuh County, Washington County
Representative Thomas Jackson was elected in 1994.
He was born on August 24, 1949, received his B.S. in Psychology from Knoxville College, and his M.A. in Education and Counseling from Alabama State University. He and his wife, Dorothy, are the parents of four children: Kimberly, Terence, Thomas III, and Trumaine.
Representative Jackson serves as Director of the Upward Bound Program for Alabama Southern College, and Associate Pastor for Church of God in Christ. He is also a member of Kappa Alpha Psi, the National Black Caucus for State Legislators, the Alabama and National Education Associations, and the Kiwanis Club.
Representative Jackson has also served as past Vice-Chairman of the Clarke County Democratic Conference, as past President of the Clarke County Education Association, and currently serves as Coordinator of the Thomasville Precinct-ADC and as member of the Board of Directors for the Southwest Alabama Boys and Girls Club.
- Ethics and Campaign Finance
- Public Safety and Homeland Security
- Technology and Research
- Baldwin County Legislation