Albert Lewis Gray (January 29, 1847 – July 28, 1916) was an American dry goods merchant and politician from Fort Howard, Wisconsin.
Gray was born on January 29, 1847 in London, Ontario, Canada. He was married to Jane Kell Howie (1851–1899). He died on July 28, 1916 in Green Bay, Wisconsin and is buried at Fort Howard Memorial Park in Green Bay.
Gray spent six non-continuous terms as a member of the Wisconsin State Assembly between 1879 and 1892, first as a Greenbacker and later as a Democrat, representing Brown County. He resigned as a city council member in 1906, was arrested, and was convicted of accepting bribes.