2020 election

John Stephens, 2020 general election

Jefferson County Deputy Treasurer, Bessemer Division

John Stephens (Source: Facebook campaign page)

John Stephens


Residence: Bessemer

Political experience: First campaign for elected office; unopposed in GOP primary.

Professional experience: Owner, Unclaimed Storage, Bessemer.

Civic experience: Member, Canaan Baptist Church.

Education: Bachelor’s in business administration, Samford University.

Main issues: “The government exists to serve the people. As a small business owner, I know the frustration of dealing with government. I will run the office of deputy treasurer with friendly customer service and efficiency and restore accountability.”

Top contributors: Alabama Development PAC, $2,000; Pat Lynch, Hoover, $1,500; Jim Gamble, Pelham, $1,000; FFB PAC, Bessemer, $1,000; Capital Resources PAC, $1,000; Glenn Durrough, Hueytown, $1,000; Paul Logan, Hueytown, $500; A&K LLC, Hoover, $500; Henry Tyler, Bessemer, $500; Melissa Ethridge, McCalla, $500; Samuel E. Balch Jr., Birmingham, $500.

Campaign: John Stephens for Deputy Treasurer on Facebook.