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

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.
DAV receives $5,000 grant to fight suicide Special to The Reporter sandmountainreporter.com May 27, 2019 0
Disabled American Veterans Frank L. Bradford Chapter 18 of Marshall County recently received a $5,000 grant from the Marshall County Legislative Office.
Marshall County Legislators provide $20k in workforce support through Snead State
MCLO sponsors workforce programming at Snead State
Snead State Choral Program Receives Donation from Marshall County Legislative Delegation
The Marshall County Legislative Delegation made a contribution to the Snead State Community College Choral Program’s trip to New York to participate in the Two-Year College Choral Festival.

News & UpdatesView All

Free Alabama Photo Voter ID Card event

Voter registration forms will be available to register to vote and update voter information.

Ivey signs two major broadband bills into law — ‘Will open a whole new world’

Senator Scofield spearheads rural broadband bill signed into law by Governor Ivey.

APT Capital Journal

House lottery bill, House Committee approves education budget, and Representative Kerry Rich of Albertville.

State Sen. Clay Scofield: Survival of rural Alabama depends on broadband expansion

The Alabama legislature’s long-time champion for rural broadband is seeking new ways to strengthen the state’s flagship program.

Photo SpotlightView All Photos

Representative Wes Kitchens receives his IOM Certification from the US Chamber of Commerce Institute of Organizational Management. L-R: Megan Lucas, Chair Elect of U.S. Chamber of Commerce Institute Board of Trustees, Wes Kitchens, Christine Kennedy, Southeast Institute of Organization Management Chair and COO of the Lynchburg (VA) Regional Business Alliance.