Senator Bobby Singleton is serving his fourth term in the Senate. He was elected on January 25, 2005, to fill the unexpired term of former Senator Charles Steele. Prior to that, he served in the Alabama House of Representatives for one term. He has served as the past Chair of the Legislative Black Caucus, and currently serves as Senate Minority Leader.
Senator Singleton currently sits on the following committees: Agriculture and Conservation, Banking and Insurance, Finance and Taxation Education, Judiciary, and Tourism. He also is a member on the Alcohol Beverage Study Commission, Alabama Public Pension Committee,
Housing Finance Authority Legislative Oversight Committee, Joint Legislative Prison Committee, the License Plates Legislative Oversight Committee, Joint Legislative Task Force for Budget Reform, and Permanent Legislative Committee on Reapportionment.
Recently, he was appointed by Gov. Kay Ivey to serve on the Gaming Commission and as well as the Alabama Healthy Food Financing Initiative Study Commission. Additionally, he serves on the Community Action Board of West Alabama.
Senator Singleton holds a B.S. Degree in Criminal Justice from Alabama State University and a Juris Doctorate from Miles College. He works as a consultant.
His hobbies include hunting, traveling, and fishing.
Senator Singleton is a member of Greenleaf Missionary Baptist Church, in Greensboro, Alabama, and a member of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity.