Welcome to The Marshall County Legislative Delegation.

For more than twenty-five years this office has served as a liaison between the citizens, governmental agencies, public schools, service programs and the elected state legislators from Marshall County. The office coordinates the schedules and other administrative functions of the Legislative Delegation, disseminates information to the public about proposed laws and existing statutes, and serves as a point of contact for citizen input on current issues.

The purpose of the website is to give the constituents of Marshall County an easy, quick and efficient mode of obtaining information and a greater opportunity to be aware and to participate in the legislative process.


Media ReleasesView All

CHANGES IN STORE FOR MARSHALL COUNTY LEGISLATIVE OFFICE
New Executive Director Announced
LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR-ELECT WILL AINSWORTH APPOINTS LEGISLATIVE VETERAN JUDY MILLER AS CHIEF OF STAFF
Ainsworth Announces Chief of Staff
SCOFIELD HONORED AT ANNUAL INDUSTRY APPRECIATION PROGRAM
Receives the Hinton Mitchem Economic Development Award of Excellence
SCOFIELD NAMED ALABAMA AGRIBUSINESS COUNCIL'S LEGISLATOR OF THE YEAR
Award Presented at the Council's Annual Meeting

News & UpdatesView All

Rep. Randall Shedd Recognized

Named 2018 Representative of the Year by the Alabama Mountain, Lakes and Rivers RC&D Council

Constitutional Amendments Proposed on the November Ballot

#1 Allows posting of the 10 Commandments in public buildings, including schools. #2 Designates Alabama a “Pro-Life” state. #3 Allows changes to the University of Alabama Board of Trustees, #4 Allows certain vacancies to be filled by appointment rather than special elections. Open the link above to read more detail about the amendments.

Bicentennial Community Grants

The deadline is June 1st for funding opportunities to support events, activities and projects commemorating the state's 200th anniversary.

Ainsworth Gun Carry Bill For School Personnel Introduced.

Provisions and requirements set forth in HB435

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Representative Wes Kitchens, Senator Clay Scofield, Representative Kerry Rich and U.S. District Judge Lyles Burke, November 16, 2018 swearing in.