Beth Chapman was born on 1962 is an American politician from Alabama. A member of the Republican Party, she is currently the state's 51st secretary of state.
Biography and Career
Beth Killough was born in Greenville, Alabama. Following graduation from Fort Dale Academy, she earned a B.S. from the University of Montevallo, and a Master's degree from the University of Alabama at Birmingham.
In 1988, she married James Chapman, with whom she has two sons, Winston Taylor Chapman, named in honor of former British Prime Minister Winston Churchill, and William Thatcher Chapman, named in honor of former British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher. The family currently lives in Hoover, Alabama. Chapman also maintains a residence in Montgomery, Alabama.
From 1995 to 1996, s
he served as Appointments Secretary in the Cabinet of Governor Fob James, becoming the first woman to serve in that post. Following a stint in the private sector, she served as Press Secretary for Lieutenant Governor Steve Windom from 2000 to 2001.
During the 2000 presidential election, she served as a delegate pledged to George W. Bush at the Republican National Convention in Philadelphia, and as a member of Alabama's delegation to the Electoral College later that year.
Resigning from Lt. Governor Windom's staff in November, 2001, she entered the 2002 race for State Auditor, scoring an upset victory in the Republican primary, before going on to win the general election, capturing a seat previously held by Democrat Susan Parker. She served as State Auditor from 2003 to 2007. She was elected as Secretary of State in November, 2006, defeating incumbent Nancy Worley by a margin of 57-43%.She assumed that office in January, 2007. Chapman was mentioned as a possible candidate for Governor of Alabama in the 2010 election.
In early 2008, Chapman became the subject of attacks by Mark Montiel, a Republican former judge. Montiel sought to have the Alabama Ethics Commission and the Attorney General review tens of thousands of dollars paid by Chapman's 2006 campaign to her husband and sons.
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