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Local, State, and Federal Representatives
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- City of Semmes – The City of Semmes operates under a Mayor and Council form of government. A six-member City Council comprised of a Mayor and five Council members are each elected to serve four-year terms.
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- Mobile County – Mobile County is governed by a three-member County Commission. Each commissioner represents a single-member district and is elected by the voters of that district to serve a four-year term. The City of Semmes is located in District 2 which is represented by County Commissioner, Connie Hudson. Connie Hudson has been a strong and vocal supporter of the Semmes Community and it’s various local organizations since she assumed the position of Mobile County Commissioner for District 2 in 2010. Her contributions to the Semmes community continued in 2017 when she worked diligently with the City of Semmes Mayor, City Council, community organization leaders, and County Attorneys to find a resolution to save the Mobile County Library-Semmes Branch. The effort to save the Semmes Library led by Connie Hudson was successful when on June 26, 2017, the Mobile County Commission voted 2-1 to purchase the Semmes Library building from CVS for 1.3 million.
As of January 2014, The Mobile County Commissioners are:
- District 1 (Northern County)- Merceria L. Ludgood (D) (Current Commission President)
- District 2 (Western and Central County)- Connie Hudson (R)
- District 3 (Southern County)- Jerry Carl (R)
Under the Alabama constitution, the state legislature maintains considerable power over County affairs. Mobile County is represented in the Alabama Legislature by three Senators and nine Representatives. A Semmes resident, Rusty Glover, is one of the three Senators serving in the Alabama Legislature representing the 34th District. To browse through information regarding the Alabama State Government visit The Alabama Legislature website.
Alabama House of Representatives
The Alabama House of Representatives is comprised of 105 members. Each member represents a district of approximately 40,000 people. The members of the House are elected to four-year terms. Members must be 21 years of age at the time of their election, and must have been citizens of Alabama for three years, having lived in their districts for at least one year prior to their election as a representative. Visit www.house.gov
Alabama State Senate
The Alabama State Senate is composed of 35 Senators, and each Senator represents a district of approximately 137,000 Alabama residents. Senators are elected for four year terms like their counterparts in the Alabama House of Representatives. Visit www.senate.gov
Alabama Supreme Court
The Alabama Supreme Court is comprised of a Chief Justice and eight Associate Justices. The Alabama Supreme Court has both administrative and judicial responsibilities since it is the highest state court. The Supreme Court has the authority to review decisions rendered by other courts of the state and to determine certain legal matters over which no other court has jurisdiction and to render orders necessary to overturn decisions rendered by other courts in Alabama. Visit Alabama Supreme Court
- U.S. House of Representatives-There are 435 elected representatives in the U.S. House of Representatives, which are divided among the 50 states in proportion to their total population. There are additional non-voting delegates who represents the District of Columbia and the territories. A representative serves a two-year term, and there is no limit to the number of terms an individual can serve. Click Here For More Information Regarding Your Federal Representatives
- U.S. Senate- There are two-elected senators per state in the U.S. Senate, totaling 100 Senators. A Senate term is six years. There is no limit to the number of terms an individual can serve. Click here for more Information regarding U.S. Senate.
- U. S. Supreme Court- The U.S. Supreme Court consists of the Chief Justice of the United States and the number of associate justices are fixed by Congress. The number of associate justices is currently fixed at eight. Power to nominate the justices is vested in the President of the United States, and appointments are made with the consent of the U.S. Senate. Learn More About U.S. Supreme Court by Clicking Here.