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Federal Offices

Under our federal Constitution, Alabamians are represented in United States Congress by 2 members in the Senate and 7 members in the House of Representatives. Senators serve a six-year term. Representatives serve a two-year term.

U.S. Senate

U.S. Senator Jeff Sessions

U.S. Senator
Jeff Sessions

U.S. Senator Richard Shelby

U.S. Senator
Richard Shelby

 

U.S. House of Representatives

 

District 1
U.S. Representative Jo Bonner

U.S. Representative
Jo Bonner

District 2
U.S. Representative Martha Roby

U.S. Representative
Martha Roby

District 3
U.S. Representative Mike Rogers

U.S. Representative
Mike Rogers

District 4
U.S. Representative Robert Aderholt

U.S. Representative
Robert Aderholt

 

District 5
U.S. Representative Mo Brooks

U.S. Representative
Mo Brooks

 

District 6
U.S. Representative Spencer Bachus

U.S. Representative
Spencer Bachus

 

District 7
U.S. Representative Terri Sewell

U.S. Representative
Terri Sewell

 

 

 

 

State Offices

Alabamians are represented by constitutional officers in the Legislative, Executive and Judicial branches of state government.

In the Legislative Branch, Alabamians are represented by 35 members in the Senate and 105 members in the House of Representatives. Senators and Representatives serve four-year terms. Check out the web sites for the Alabama Senate and House of Representatives.

In the Executive Branch, seven offices are elected statewide to four-year terms: Governor, Lieutenant Governor, Attorney General, Secretary Of State, Treasurer, Auditor, and the Commissioner of Agriculture and Industries.

 

Governor Robert Bentley

Governor
Robert Bentley

Lt Governor Kay Ivey

Lieutenant Governor
Kay Ivey

Attorney General Luther Strange

Attorney General
Luther Strange

Secretary of State Jim Bennett

Secretary of State
Jim Bennett

 

Treasurer Young Boozer

State Treasurer
Young Boozer

 

State Auditor Samantha Shaw

State Auditor
Samantha Shaw

 

Commissioner of Agriculture and Industries John McMillan

Commissioner of Agriculture and Industries
John McMillan

 

 

In the Judicial Branch, the members of the Alabama Supreme Court, Court of Civil Appeals, and Court of Criminal Appeals are elected statewide to six-year terms.

 
 
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