Next Council Meeting
2020 Legislative Delegation Meetings
February 11, 2020
April 9, 2020
September 10, 2020
November 12, 2020
*Dates are subject to change
Please call the office (803-785-8184) for seating purposes and an agenda outline.
The Lexington County Legislative Delegation normally meets four times a year (February, March, September, and November – on the second Thursday at 6 pm) to discuss board/commission appointments and to do business regarding matters relating to the Delegation Office. Location of meetings will be determined by the chairman each year. A chairman is elected every two years. The current chairman is Senator Katrina Shealy and the Vice Chairman is Representative Micah Caskey.
Questions regarding public meetings and/or agenda items, please contact the Lexington County Legislative Delegation Office at 803-785-8184. Office hours are from 8:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday, except holidays. You may download notary forms and/or board/commission application forms below. For additional information regarding notary duties and/or change in status forms, please use the Secretary of State website.
Senator Katrina F. Shealy, Chairman
Representative Micah Caskey, Vice Chairman
Tori Mosteller, Administrative Assistant email@example.com
Ronnie Cromer (SD 18) RonnieCromer@scsenate.gov
Richard Harpootlian (SD 20) DickHarpootlian@scsenate.gov
Shane Massey (SD 25) ShaneMassey@scsenate.gov
Nikki Setzler (SD 26) NikkiSetzler@scsenate.gov
Katrina Shealy (SD 23) KatrinaShealy@scsenate.gov
Nathan Ballentine (HD 71) NathanBallentine@schouse.gov
Paula Rawl Calhoon (HD 87) PaulaCalhoon@schouse.gov
Micah Caskey (HD 89) firstname.lastname@example.org
Chip Huggins (HD 85) ChipHuggins@schouse.gov
Cal Forrest (HD 39) email@example.com
Russell L. Ott (HD 93) RussellOtt@schouse.gov
Chris Wooten (HD 69) firstname.lastname@example.org
L. Kit Spires (HD 96) KitSpires@schouse.gov
McLain R. "Mac" Toole (HD 88) MacToole@schouse.gov
For information regarding various boards and commissions, contact the Legislative Delegation Office at 785-8184. Please click on this site to download the application. Accordingly, if you do want to be considered; The Governor’s Office now has a new procedure for processing candidates which requires that every applicant for appointment and/or reappointment must have a valid e-mail address. Please be sure if you fill out an application that you write this address legibly.
Please complete the entire upper portion of the form as indicated in the instructions. For Voter ID information in Lexington County, please call 803-785-8369, M-F 8:30a - 5:00p. This process normally takes 10-14 business days to complete once it leaves the Delegation Office. It is recommended that renewal applications be requested approximately 6 weeks prior to expiration.