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Branches of Government

Courts & Legal Services

Executive Branch

  • Lieutenant Governor

    The Office of the Lieutenant Governor of Alabama, separate and distinct from the Alabama Legislature, was created by way of the Constitution of 1901.

  • Attorney General

    Current news of the office, searchable legal opinions and statues and online publications.

  • Governor

    Lieutenant Governor Kay Ivey has been sworn in as the 54th Governor of the State of Alabama.

  • Governor's Cabinet

    H. Mac Gipson, John D. Harrison, Greg Canfield, N. Gunter Guy, Jr., Colonel Jeff Dunn, Jeana Ross...

  • Secretary of State

    The Office of the Secretary of State existed even before Alabama became a state. The first secretary of state, Henry Hitchcock (1818-19) served for the Alabama Territory.

  • Treasurer

    The Treasury is responsible for the cash management duties of receiving, depositing and investing all state funds, bond management, unclaimed property, two college savings programs and management of the state’s collateral pool for public funds deposits.

Federal Government

Judicial Branch

  • Judicial System

    Alabama's Unified Judicial System is one of the oldest in the nation.

Legislative Branch

  • Alabama Senate

    The Alabama State Senate is composed of 35 Senators, in keeping with Article IV, Section 50, of the Constitution, which limits the House of Representatives at 105 members.

  • Find a Legislator

    Find your U.S. Representative and/or State legislators by entering your address.

  • Legislature

    The Legislature convenes in regular annual sessions on the first Tuesday in February, except (1) in the first year of the four-year term.

  • Alabama House of Reps

    The Alabama House of Representatives is comprised of 105 members. Each member represents a district of approximately 40,000 people.

  • Code of Alabama

    View the Code of Alabama 1975.

  • Legislative Events

    The Legislature convenes in regular annual sessions on the first Tuesday in February, except in the first year of the four-year term, when the session will begin on the first Tuesday in March.

  • U.S. House of Reps

    Also referred to as a congressman or congresswoman, each representative is elected to a two-year term serving the people of a specific congressional district.

  • U.S. Senate

    Find U.S. State Senators by location.

Voting & Elections