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

Sen Scofield, Rep Kitchens, and Rep Standridge speak to Marshall County Manufacturers Association
Marshall County Manufacturers Association Annual Meeting features Legislative updates
Lady Civitans get special grant
Gungersville Lady Civitan president Susan Briscoe and member Maureen Tipton accept a check from Sen. Clay Scofield and Rep. Wes Kitchens
Marshall County Legislators donate $1,950 to BPD
MCLO Support of Boaz PD will help fund a drop box for unused prescription pills
Ivey Signs Scofield's Rural Broadband Bill Into Law
Sen. Clay Scofield’s bill to expand broadband Internet service into more rural areas in the state is now law.

News & UpdatesView All

Longest serving city clerk in Alabama honored.

Carolyn May to retire after over 39 years of service.

Alabama Small Business Commission Listening Session

Community Listening Session

Snead State unveils greenhouse addition to agriculture, horticulture program

Agriculture and horticulture students at Snead State Community College have a new place on campus to develop their skills thanks to the work of several different people.

FTC brings fiber to Guntersville making it a part of Gig Country!

Farmers Telecommunication Company brings GIG service to Guntersville.

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Senator Scofield and Representative Kitchens tour the damage a Brindlee Mountain Primary School with Marshall County Superintendent Cindy Wigley January 24th. The school was destroyed by a tornado earlier in the month.