Stacy George was born in 1969 in the small town of Arab Alabama. At a young age Stacy learned quickly what it was like to, “earn your keep”, as he was part of a salt of the earth type of American family. In 1997 Stacy stumbled across his true passion while pursuing engineering at Calhoun Community College. During his tenure at Calhoun Stacy came across a course in Political Science and became absolutely fascinated with politics. Later that year, Dr. Waymon Burke nominated Stacy for the 1999 Political Science Student of the year. Stacy ended up winning that award, which propelled him to run for office in 2000.
In 2000, Stacy ran for Morgan County Commissioner and won being the first Republican County Commissioner in Morgan County. After serving four years as Morgan County Commissioner Stacy ran for a second term in 2004 and won by a large margin. From 2000-2008 Stacy would dedicate himself to bringing ethics, transparency, and trust back to the people of Morgan County. In 2014, Stacy would run for Governor placing second to now former Governor Robert Bentley who resigned due to ethics findings by the Alabama Ethics Commission.