Jeffrey A. Johnson
for Alabama House of Representatives, District 10
Jeffrey A. Johnson is the 2002
Libertarian Party of Alabama
candidate for the Alabama State House's District 10 seat,
currently occupied by Jim Haney (R), who is not running for re-election. To find your House
district, visit the House's
web page or view the House's
new district maps.
Jeff Johnson was born in 1964 in Hopkinsville, Kentucky. He
was the valedictorian of his Hopkinsville High School class of 1982.
He won a National Merit Scholarship and a Naval ROTC scholarship to
where he double-majored in mathematics and computer science. He was
a member of Phi Beta Kappa, Mortar Board, and the Gamma Beta Phi
honor societies. He graduated summa cum laude in 1986.
He moved to the Huntsville area after graduation and began work as a software
developer for Intergraph Corporation.
He completed 9 of 12 courses towards his master's degree in computer
science at the University of Alabama in
He is currently employed as a software developer for
Electronic Data Systems (E.D.S.), where he works on the
Solid Edge computer-aided design program.
Jeff is the proud father of two wonderful girls, Erin 11, and Madison, 5, who both
attend Madison Academy. He has resided in
a house in a quiet neighborhood in the city limits of Madison for the past 13 years.
Jeff has been active in the state Libertarian Party since the late 1980's.
He served as secretary of the state party for two years. He is also a life-member
of the National Rifle Association (NRA),
and Gun Owners of America.
A big word of thanks to Greg Bacon, Libertarian Party candidate for Alabama Senate District 7,
for allowing me to steal his website format !
This website is still very much under construction,
so check back soon for more information.
Last Updated: 21-August-2002.