Curry Todd: Conservative Republican Club
Curry Todd was first elected to the Tennessee House of Representatives since 1988 and has served in the 101st General Assembly, and in the 104th through 108th General Assemblies. He represents Tennessee’s 95th Congressional District. During his career, Curry Todd has been a member of the House Business and Utilities Committee, the House State Government Committee, and the House Business and Utilities Subcommittee. Curry Todd is a former Memphis Police officer who was appointed by then-Governor Lamar Alexander to develop, plan and implement uniform standards of employment, training and certification for police officers throughout the state.
Curry Todd is a member of the Shelby County Conservative Republican Club and the East Shelby County Republican Club, among others. He is on the Board of Directors and the State Chairman of the American Legislative Exchange Council, a national association of legislators. He is a former member of the Shelby County Republican Steering Committee, the Memphis Zoological Society, and the Tennessee Correction Volunteer Advisory Board.
Curry Todd was a legislative liaison and lobbyist for the Tennessee Fraternal Order of Police from 1982 to 1987. Curry Todd also worked as a legislative liaison/lobbyist for the Memphis Police Department and Memphis Police Association from 1976 to 1988. He served on the Criminal Justice Committee, and served as Chairperson of a subcommittee on development of law enforcement legislation. He has also been the Chairperson of a subcommittee on neighborhood crime prevention.
Curry Todd is a native of Tennessee, having been born in Juno in 1947. He is a graduate of the University of Memphis, and is a member of the Tennessee Sports Hall of Fame.