Katie Britt

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Katie Britt
Junior U.S. Senator from Alabama
From: January 3, 2023 - present
Predecessor Richard Shelby
Successor Incumbent (no successor)
Party Republican
Religion Christian

Katie Boyd Britt (born February 2, 1982) is an American politician, attorney, and businesswoman from Republican Party. She is the current US Senator from Alabama. Katie Britt won 2022 Midterm election. She defeated Mo Brooks in primary. Britt created good platform during election and lead successful campaign, however there was speculation against her for being chief of staff for Senator Richard Shelby. She also got huge support from Mitch McConnell.

In Mar 2024, she gave the Republican response at Biden's SOTU address.[1]

Britt slammed Biden's 'rage' in follow-up to SOTU rebuttal: 'Unbecoming' for a president.[2]

She is seen as a 'rising star'.[3]

In 2024 Katie Britt voted to send 61$ billion to Ukraine, although she attacked Mo Brooks who voted to sent 40$ billion back in 2022.[4]


  1. U.S. Senator Katie Britt Makes Impassioned Plea for Action on Border Security
  2. Sen. Katie Britt targets Biden's 'rage' in follow-up to SOTU rebuttal: 'Unbecoming' for a president. By Bailee Hill, '"Fox News, Mar 8, 2024.
    Freshman Alabama senator joins 'Fox & Friends' after delivering scathing SOTU response.
  3. Alabama Sen. Katie Britt says ‘the American dream has turned into a nightmare’ in GOP rebuttal to Biden’s State of the Union. By Clare Foran and Kaanita Iyer, CNN, March 8, 2024.

    Alyssa Farah Griffin, a former White House communications director during the Trump administration who is now a CNN political commentator, called Britt “a rising star”...

    GOP leaders have touted Britt, 42, as a leading voice in a new generation of Republican lawmakers...
  4. https://www.al.com/advice/2024/04/katie-britt-signals-possible-support-for-ukraine-aid-after-voting-against-package-in-february.html