Clay Scofield

Majority Leader

Contact Information

11 S Union St #719
Montgomery, AL 36130

Email: [email protected]






Marshall, Madison, Blount, DeKalb


Agriculture Conservation & Forestry, Banking & Insurance, Finance & Taxation Education, Fiscal Responsibility & Economic Development, Rules

Senator Clay Scofield proudly represents District 9 in the Alabama State Senate, which includes Blount, DeKalb, Madison, and Marshall Counties.  He was first elected to the Senate in 2010.  Senator Scofield was selected by his colleagues in November 2020 to serve as the Majority Leader for the Senate Republican Caucus.  As party leader, Senator Scofield works alongside President Pro Tem Greg Reed to focus on job creation, government right-sizing, and the protection of individual freedoms.  He sits on the Rules, Agriculture Conservation and Forestry, Banking and Insurance, Finance and Taxation Education, and Fiscal Responsibility and Economic Development Committees.

Senator Scofield received his Bachelor of Science in Agriculture, Business and Economics from Auburn University, and he is a third generation farmer.  A member of the Church of Christ, Senator Scofield’s interests include hunting, other outdoor activities and spending time with his family.

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