Alan Nunnelee (R-MS-1)i

Patrick Alan “Alan” Nunnelee Congressman District 1

House:  Alan Nunnelee (R-MS-1)i

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Alan Nunnelee Congressional Candidate Mississippi District 1

Biography of Alan Nunnelee from zzzzzz Congress


Congressman Alan Nunnelee represents the citizens of Mississippi’s First Congressional District. On January 5th, 2011 he took the Oath of Office to support and defend our Constitution. Alan Nunnelee believes that the strength of America lies in its people, neighborhoods, churches and communities, not the Federal Government. Alan is known for his conservative, pro-life, pro-family, fiscally responsible values and is a defender of the Second Amendment. Congressman Nunnelee currently serves on the House Appropriations Committee and the Agriculture, Energy and Water and Military Construction and Veterans Affairs Subcommittees.

Before joining the 112th Congress, Alan Nunnelee represented Lee and Pontotoc counties in the Mississippi State Senate. He served as Chairman of the Committee on Appropriations and was a leader on several national committees addressing public health issues. Nunnelee was instrumental in bringing comprehensive Tort Reform to Mississippi. Nunnelee has also been nationally recognized for his success in making Mississippi the safest place for unborn children. In 2001, Nunnelee passed legislation to place our national motto, “In God We Trust” on the wall of every school classroom in Mississippi without spending any tax dollars to achieve this goal.

He has been rated as a Business Champion for his support of issues relating to the free enterprise system as well as recognized by the Mississippi Lions Eye Bank for invaluable service to the blind. The Mississippi Farm Bureau named him the “Friend of Agriculture” in 2001 for his outstanding contribution to agriculture and rural Mississippi.

Alan is a graduate of Mississippi State University. Prior to Congress, he was Vice President of Allied Funeral Associates, a life insurance company, and a member of the Community Development Foundation’s board of directors.

Alan is a deacon and Sunday School teacher at Calvary Baptist. He and his wife Tori have three children, Reed who is married to Kemily, Emily who is married to Trey, and Nathan who is married to Colleen. Alan and Tori also have two grandchildren, Thomas Kemp Nunnelee and Harper Grace Nunnelee.

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