Todd Strange (politician)

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Todd Strange is a politician from Alabama, who is serving as the 56th Mayor of Montgomery, Alabama.[1] Strange won a special election and took office on March 24, 2009 after his predecessor, Democrat Bobby Bright, was elected to the United States House of Representatives.[2] Although municipal elections in Montgomery are nonpartisan, Strange is a Republican. Todd Strange allowed Armstead Hayes to run a debtors' court in Montgomery to jail poor people who couldn't pay fines.[3]

Before becoming mayor, Strange served as chairman of the Montgomery County Commission for nearly five years.[1] He also served as president, CEO, and co-owner of Blount Strange Automotive Group.[2]