U.S. Representative Martha Roby announced today that Todd Stacy will serve as Communications Director in her Washington office.
Stacy, 28, of Prattville, currently works as Communications Director for Alabama Speaker of the House Mike Hubbard and has previously served as Press Secretary to former Alabama Governor Bob Riley.
"Since being elected to Congress, I've tried to surround myself with smart, team-oriented staff members who help me better serve the people of Alabama's Second Congressional District," Roby said. "Todd brings valuable experience, a strong dedication to the people of Alabama, and sharp instincts that will make him a great addition to our team."
Stacy expressed gratitude for the opportunity and said he was excited to get started.
"I'm honored to go to work for Representative Roby supporting her efforts to fight for conservative values and to serve the people of her district," Stacy said. "Though it is difficult to leave Speaker Hubbard's staff, I'm excited by the opportunity to serve my state in this new capacity."
Speaker Hubbard said, "While we hate to lose Todd from our staff in Montgomery, we wish him well in his new endeavors in Washington, D.C. Congressman Roby has made Alabama proud by demonstrating strong leadership even as a first-term representative. I'm sure this addition to her team will only further distinguish her as an effectual leader in Congress."
Stacy joins a team of congressional staff geared toward constituent service and focused on advocating for the traditional values of the people of Alabama. As Communications Director, Stacy will oversee a wide range of communications activities, including daily interaction with local, state, and national media organizations.
In addition to her office on Capitol Hill, Roby operates three offices throughout the Second District, located in Andalusia, Dothan, and Montgomery. Each is staffed by a full-time professional Constituent Services Representative who is available to assist constituents on a range of issues, including Social Security and Medicare claims, Veterans Affairs claims, and other federal issues.
Stacy will start in his new post in early September.
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