Your Voice on Our Council

Thank you for the tremendous support throughout the campaign and in my first few weeks in office. Your support during the long-fought campaign and runoff was what kept me going. 

As I transitioned from campaigning to representing you, let me assure you that I will continue to be your voice on our council. I do ask one thing of you going forward... I expect you to hold me to my promises of being open, transparent and accountable. 

I picked up a number of insights during my canvasing and have been attacking those issues since I was installed on November 2, But, the list of concerns is a living document. It does not work if you don't let me know what you want to see for our city.

Reach out to me anytime with any concerns.

Phone/text: 256.289.1128 or




Smart Growth - Fiscal Responsibility - Transparency

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Where is District 2?

District 2 runs along the northern section of County Line Road. With the growth in the district, new subdivision pop up daily. The district includes, but is not limited to:

  • The majority of the County Line Corridor north of Mill Road including the neighborhoods of:

    • Buckingham

    • Grove Park

    • Heritage Plantation

    • Hunington Chase

    • Jacquelynn Downs

    • Liberty Knoll / Lexington

    • Liberty Square 

    • The Oaks at Heritage Plantation

    • Phillips

    • Stone Crest

  • All Madison City residents in Limestone County north of Hardiman Road including the neighborhoods of:

    • The Arbors at Brownsferry Crossing

    • Baker's Farm
    • Belmont

    • Brownsferry Crossing

    • Burgreen Farm & Village

    • Burgreen Place

    • Cambridge at Heritage Plantation

    • Cedar Cove

    • Greenbrier Woods

    • Heritage Provence​

    • Hilltop Ridge

    • Moore's Creek

    • Morris Estates

    • Nature's Trail

    • Parker Hall

    • Stillwater Cove

    • The Village at Oakland Springs

    • Waterford at Heritage Plantation
    • Westhaven Estates

    • Whitworth Farms

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Connie recently retired from the City of Madison Board of Education after being appointed in 2009 and serving 10 years. She served on the district's Capital Planning, Safety and Security, Policy, Community Relations and Advocacy, Curriculum and Instruction and Finance Committees. She also served as the board’s Legislative Liaison, advocating for children in both Montgomery and Washington, DC. She co-chaired the successful Madison Forward campaign for the added ad valorem taxes for the Madison City school system.

Connie has a degree in Business Administration: Business Management from Auburn University and is a full time community volunteer. She has been a part of the Madison Community since 1984 and is a charter member of Asbury United Methodist Church.


Connie and her husband, Richard, have two sons and a daughter-in-law. Their older son, Ross, graduated of Bob Jones High School and Auburn University. He is working as a Software Engineer at SAIC. Their younger son, Riley, graduated from James Clemens High School and attends Calhoun Community College. Daughter-in-law, Harley, graduated from Hartselle High School, Auburn University and Athens State University with degrees in Chemistry and Education.