Walter Maddox
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Walter Maddox

Democrat

American mayor

Tuscaloosa, Alabama

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Post Office Box 2089
Tuscaloosa, AL. 35401
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Walter Maddox

American mayor
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Years of Age
16
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ALResidence (state)

Walter Thomas Maddox (born December 27, 1972) is an American politician who has served as the 36th mayor of Tuscaloosa, Alabama, since 2005. Since 2001, he has served on the Tuscaloosa City Council and as executive director of personnel for Tuscaloosa City Schools. Maddox was a field director for the Alabama Education Association from 1996 to 2001.Maddox was elected mayor of Tuscaloosa and has been reelected three times. In 2018, he was the Democratic nominee for governor of Alabama, losing to incumbent Republican Kay Ivey.

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Experience

Education

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University of Alabama at Birmingham
BS Political Science
University of Alabama at Birmingham
MPA Public Administration

Past Positions

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Mayor
City of Tuscaloosa, Alabama
2005 - Current
Council Member
City of Tuscaloosa, Alabama
Field Director
Alabama Education Association
1996 - 2001
Executive Director of Personnel
Tuscaloosa City Schools