Alann Johnson

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Anthony "Alann" Johnson (born January 8, 1972) is an associate minister at Zion Star Missionary Baptist Church, executive director of Leadership Jefferson County, and president of the Titusville community.

Johnson graduated from Northwest Classen High School in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma and earned a bachelor's degree at Talladega College in 1997. He went on to complete a degree in clinical pastoral education at Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia and a Master's of divinity at the Morehouse School of Religion.

Johnson has been employed as an aide in the Florida and Georgia legislatures and has worked for the city of Atlanta.

Johnson ran unsuccessfully in the 2010 primary elections, challenging incumbent Demetrius Newton to represent District 53 in the Alabama State House of Representatives. After Newton's death in 2013 he ran again in the special election to fill the vacant seat, advancing to a runoff with Arthur Shores Lee.


  • Underwood, Madison (December 2, 2013) "5 candidates look to fill late Rep. Demetrius Newton's Alabama House seat in Tuesday primary." The Birmingham News

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