PRATTVILLE, AL - State Representative Mac Gipson (R-Prattville) announced Thursday that he is running for re-election to represent House District 88 in East Autauga and West Elmore County.
Representative Gipson, the retired CEO of Gipson Auto Tire in Prattville and Millbrook, has represented District 88 since being election in November 1994.
"It has been an honor and a pleasure to serve the citizens of District 88 for the past 16 years and I look forward to continuing my service for four more years. I am continuing to work closely with the other members of the Elmore & Autauga County delegation and the members of the Alabama House to protect the conservative values of my constituents. I also strive to make Alabama the most desirable place for people to live, work and raise a family. I look forward to continuing my service for the people of Autauga and Elmore counties to uphold the conservative values that are so important to all Alabamians," Rep. Gipson said.
Representative Gipson has worked closely with Governor Bob Riley to pass income tax cuts for working families. He also introduced and helped pass a sales tax holiday, so parents and grandparents can save money when its time to buy school supplies. Representative Gipson has stood with Governor Riley to change the way things work in Montgomery, by cutting millions of dollars in Government waste, supporting ethics reform, eliminating pass-through pork, and fighting side-by-side with the governor against liberal special interests, to defend our traditional family values.
Representative Gipson is a U.S. Army veteran. He is a member of First United Methodist Church in Prattville, American Legion Post 122, Autauga Cattlemans Association, Past President of the Prattville Area Chamber of Commerce, Alabama Tire Dealers Association and Vice President of the Children's First Board. Representative Gipson and his wife, Mary Lee, are the parents of four children: Mary Emerson Lowry, H.M. (Hoot) Gipson III, Robert A. Gipson, and Jo Ella Gipson McIntosh.