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.

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U.S. 431 signal work set for next week
Traffic Signal work at US Hwy 431 and Brasher's Chapel Road next week
HHS Extends Deadline to Apply for Federal Provider Relief Funds to September 13, 2020
HHS Deadline extended
Marshall County Legislative Office supports Arab Musical Theatre.
Senator Clay Scofield and Representative Wes Kitchens offer funding on behalf of the Marshall County Legislative Office.
Marshall County Legislators offer support for United Way of Marshall County
Marshall County Legislative Delegation Makes Donation To United Way

News & UpdatesView All

U.S. 231 bridges nearing completion

Highway expected to reopen in next few weeks

Marshall County Legislators offer support for the Marshall County Convention and Visitors Bureau

Senator Clay Scofield and Representative Wes Kitchens recently presented supporting funds to the Marshall County Convention and Visitors Bureau.

Rich approves of governor’s order

Representative Rich agrees with Gov. Kay Ivey's extension of the “Safer at Home” order in regards to the coronavirus pandemic.

Comments on the re-opening

Here's what a few local officials had to say about Gov. Kay Ivey opening more segments of business in her Safer At Home order.

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Rep. Wes Kitchens speaks with Congressman Robert Aderholt at the Marshall County Board of Realtors meeting on August 13, 2020.