This is a list of lieutenant governors of the U.S. state of Alabama, 1868 to present. In Alabama, the Lieutenant Governor and the Governor do not run together on the same ticket. The Lieutenant Governor can therefore be affiliated with a different political party than that of the Governor. Under the Alabama Constitution, the Lieutenant Governor is the President and Presiding Officer of the Alabama Senate and the Lieutenant Governor, like other statewide officeholders in Alabama are sworn-in on the third Monday every four years. The current Lieutenant Governor is Kay Ivey.
^ abcActed as governor while the governor was out of state for more than 20 days.
^ abBecame governor following death, conviction or resignation of the governor. The President Pro Tempore of the Senate thereupon became the senior presiding officer of the Senate, and next in line for the governorship, for the remainder of the quadrennium.
As of January 2011[update], eight former lt. governors were alive. The oldest living lt. governor is Albert Brewer (1967–1968, born 1928). The most recent death of a former lt. governor was that of William G. Hardwick (1955–1959), on 15 January 1993. The most recently-serving lt. governor to die was James Allen (1963–1967), on 1 June 1978.