|About Allie Beth Stuckey|
|Known As||Allie Beth Simmons|
|Birth||February 18, 1992|
|Spouse||Timothy Stuckey September 2015 - Present|
|Parents||Lisa Simmons, Ron Simmons|
|Alumni||Trinity Christian Academy|
Regular viewers of Fox News Channel might be familiar with Allie Beth Stuckey. The political commentator and podcast host has appeared as a panelist on the network more than once and is very vocal in political debates. Stuckey has become the face of conservative millennials with her Blaze Media podcast, Relatable, and speaking engagements. But who is Allie Stuckey outside of the political debate? Our Allie Beth Stuckey wiki will give you a primer on this political personality.
Allie Beth Stuckey’s Father Is Former State Representative Ron Simmons
Born Allie Beth Simmons on February 18, 1992, she is one of three children and the only daughter born to Ron Simmons and Lisa Simmons. Her father is a former member of the Texas House of Representatives.
The investment advisor-turned-Republican politician was first elected to public office in 2012. Simmons has since served three terms, but lost his bid for a fourth term in 2018.
Allie was born and raised in Texas. She graduated from Trinity Christian Academy in 2010.
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Stuckey and Her Husband Are New Parents
Allie had moved to Athens, Georgia where she briefly worked as a fitness instructor. Georgia was not only the place where her political commentary career began, but also where she found love.
She met her future husband, Timothy Stuckey, a loan officer then, at a CrossFit class. They hit it off, dated for six months, and then got engaged.
Four months after their engagement, they tied the knot on September 6, 2015, almost a year from the day they met. They had an intimate garden wedding in Athens, where they met.
The couple welcomed their first child together, a baby girl, on July 5, 2019. Though she shares pictures of her baby, she has kept her daughter’s face hidden. She also refers to her daughter as “baby girl.”
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You can find me here… all day, everyday. 🥰 Baby Girl was born on July 5th at 7lb, 10oz, 21 in long. I love her so much. It’s overwhelming almost to the point of being physically painful. I thought I loved her the most I could before she was born (ha!), but something almost miraculous happens when you lock eyes with your daughter or son for the first time. Suddenly the greatest hopes and biggest fears you once had for yourself are transferred onto them. Every good thing you once wanted for yourself you now want much more for them. Every scary thing you once feared would happen to you now only worry will happen to them. And you’d gladly give up all your dreams and face all your fears if doing so would benefit them even just a little. I’d give my life for her in a second. I’d give her my lungs, my kidneys, my liver without thinking. I would say I’d give her my heart, too, but she already has that. We talk/hear about the “messy” parts of motherhood often, and I think it’s important to be open about those, but I don’t find it productive to focus too much on the difficulty of first time motherhood when it’s overwhelmingly characterized by joy. Trying, heart-aching, gut-wrenching joy, yes, but joy nonetheless. It IS difficult—these have been some of the hardest days of my life. But what an unbelievable privilege it is to be a mom. Thank you, Lord. Also, I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again: the most important choice you can make when it comes to having children is whom you have the child with. My husband has so naturally filled the role of father this week, and I somehow love him more than I did before— something I was sure was impossible! ❤️ This post was way sappier and way longer than I intended—sorry! Also, sorry this is over a week late. Getting a picture of the 3 of us (which I obviously still failed to do) has been very low on the priority list. Thank you all for your encouragement and love this week. It means more to me than you know. I know some of you are hoping I’ll share her birth story, and I think I will, but I’m not quite ready yet. Love you all!
Nonetheless, Stuckey has regularly shared her experiences with pregnancy and navigating motherhood with her Instagram followers.
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Stuckey Was a Publicist before Launching Her Podcast
After graduating from college in 2014, Stuckey worked as a publicist in Athens. Social media was a big part of her job and she is adept at using it.
Back then, she’d speak to students at college campuses and sororities, to encourage them to be more politically conscious. Her speaking engagements earned a positive response, which led her to establish her blog, The Conservative Millennial, in early 2016, where she posted videos with political commentary.
She ran TCM while balancing her job as a social media strategist. Her husband’s job brought them to her hometown of Dallas, where the conservative media company, TheBlaze, noticed her appeal and got her on board as a content creator.
Stuckey parted ways with TheBlaze in late 2017 and shifted to CRTV (Conservative Review TV). She now hosts the podcast, Relatable, not unlike TCM. (TheBlaze and CRTV merged to form Blaze Media in December 2018.)
I've chosen to end my time at TheBlaze, and today was my last day. I will always cherish my first job in media, as well…
Posted by Allie Beth Stuckey on Friday, December 1, 2017
She continues her speaking engagements with college students and also addresses political conventions and corporate businesses. She’s a frequent contributor on Fox News.
She’s set to publish her first book, You’re Not Enough (And That’s OK): Escaping the Toxic Culture of Self-Love, in 2020, too.
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