Rep. Bill Poole – Alabama House District 63 – June 21st, 2016
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Poole was first elected to represent District 63 in the House of Representatives in 2010, and was re-elected without opposition in 2014. District 63 includes the University of Alabama, portions of the Tuscaloosa and Tuscaloosa County school districts
and much of the city of Tuscaloosa.
After serving his first legislative session in 2011, Poole was identified by veteran lawmakers interviewed by the Mobile Press-Register as the top member out of 34 new lawmakers in the House. Preceding the 2011 session, he was elected chairman of the Tuscaloosa County Legislation Committee and in 2013 was appointed chairman of the Ways and Means Education Committee.
Poole was raised in Dayton, a small town in Marengo County, and graduated from the University of Alabama and the UA School of Law. He has been a general practice attorney in Tuscaloosa since 2004.
Poole and his wife, Niccole, are the parents of Sally, William and Whittman Poole. The Pooles are members of First United Methodist Church in Tuscaloosa. He is involved in several community groups, including the Chamber of Commerce of West Alabama and the Boys and Girls Club of West Alabama.