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Montana House of Representatives

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Montana House of Representatives
Montana State Legislature
Coat of arms or logo
Type
Type
Term limits
4 terms (8 years)
History
New session started
January 7, 2019
Leadership
Greg Hertz (R)
since January 7, 2019
Speaker pro Tempore
Wylie Galt (R)
since January 7, 2019
Majority Leader
Brad Tschida (R)
since January 7, 2019
Minority Leader
Casey Schreiner (D)
since January 7, 2019
Structure
Seats100
Current Structure of the Montana House of Representatives
Political groups
Majority

Minority

Length of term
2 years
AuthorityArticle V, Montana Constitution
Salary$82.64/day + per diem
Elections
Last election
November 6, 2018
(100 seats)
Next election
November 3, 2020
(100 seats)
RedistrictingMontana Districting and Apportionment Commission
Meeting place
House of Representatives Chamber
Montana State Capitol
Helena, Montana
Website
Montana House of Representatives

The Montana House of Representatives is, with the Montana Senate, one of the two houses of the Montana Legislature. Composed of 100 members, the House elects its leadership every two years.[1]

Composition of the House

66th Legislature – 2019–2020
Affiliation Party
(Shading indicates majority caucus)
Total
Republican Democratic Vacant
64th Legislature (2015-2016) 59 41 100 0
65th Legislature (2017-2018) 59 41 100 0
66th Legislature (2019-2020) 58 42 100 0
Latest voting share 58% 42%

In the event that the parties have a tie in number of members, the speaker and other officers are elected from the party who holds the governor's office. Thus, during the 61st legislature from 2007-2009, the Montana Democratic Party led the tied legislature as a result of the victory of Democrat Brian Schweitzer in the 2004 election.[2]

Current leadership

Office Representative Party
Speaker of the House Greg Hertz Republican
Speaker pro tempore Wylie Galt Republican
Majority Leader Brad Tschida Republican
Majority Whips Becky Beard Republican
Dennis Lenz Republican
Derek Skees Republican
Seth Berglee Republican
Minority Leader Casey Schreiner Democratic
Minority Whips Kim Abbott Democratic
Shane Morigeau Democratic
Denise Hayman Democratic

Current members

District Representative Party Residence First elected
1 Steve Gunderson Republican Libby 2016
2 Neil Duram Republican Eureka 2018
3 Zac Perry Democratic Hungry Horse 2014
4 Matt Regier Republican Kalispell 2016
5 Dave Fern Democratic Whitefish 2016
6 Carl Glimm Republican Kila 2012
7 Frank Garner Republican Kalispell 2014
8 John Fuller Republican Kalispell 2018
9 David Dunn Republican Whitefish 2018
10 Mark Noland Republican Bigfork 2014
11 Derek Skees Republican Kalispell 2016 (2011-2013)
12 Greg Hertz Republican Polson 2012
13 Bob Brown Republican Thompson Falls 2014
14 Denley Loge Republican St. Regis 2016
15 Marvin Weatherwax Jr. Democratic Browning 2018
16 Tyson Runningwolf Democratic Browning 2018
17 Ross Fitzgerald Republican Fairfield 2016
18 Llew Jones Republican Conrad 2018 (2005-2011)
19 Wendy McKamey Republican Great Falls 2014
20 Fred Anderson Republican Great Falls 2016
21 Edward Buttrey Republican Great Falls 2018
22 Lola Sheldon-Galloway Republican Great Falls 2016
23 Bradley Maxon Hamlett Democratic Cascade 2016
24 Barbara Bessette Democratic Great Falls 2018
25 Jasmine Krotkov Democratic Great Falls 2018
26 Casey Schreiner Democratic Great Falls 2012
27 Joshua Kassmier Republican Fort Benton 2018
28 Jacob Bachmeier Democratic Havre 2016
29 Dan Bartel Republican Lewistown 2016
30 Wylie Galt Republican Martinsdale 2016 (2013-2015)
31 Bridget Smith Democratic Wolf Point 2012
32 Jonathan Windy Boy Democratic Box Elder 2016 (2003-2007)
33 Casey Knudsen Republican Malta 2016
34 Rhonda Knudsen Republican Culbertson 2018
35 Joel Krautter Republican Sidney 2018
36 Alan Doane Republican Bloomfield 2012
37 Eric Moore Republican Miles City 2018
38 Kenneth Holmlund Republican Miles City 2014
39 Geraldine Custer Republican Forsyth 2014
40 Barry Usher Republican Billings 2016
41 Rae Peppers Democratic Lame Deer 2012
42 Sharon Stewart-Peregoy Democratic Crow Agency 2016
43 Peggy Webb Republican Billings 2016
44 Dale Mortensen Republican Billings 2014
45 Daniel Zolnikov Republican Billings 2012
46 Bill Mercer Republican Billings 2018
47 Kathy Kelker Democratic Billings 2014
48 Jessica Karjala Democratic Billings 2014
49 Emma Kerr-Carpenter Democratic Billings 2018
50 Jade Bahr Democratic Billings 2018
51 Frank Fleming Republican Billings 2018
52 Rodney Garcia Republican Billings 2018
53 Dennis Lenz Republican Billings 2016 (2013-2015)
54 Terry Moore Republican Billings 2018
55 Vince Ricci Republican Laurel 2014
56 Sue Vinton Republican Billings 2016
57 Forrest Mandeville Republican Columbus 2014
58 Seth Berglee Republican Joliet 2014
59 Alan Redfield Republican Livingston 2012
60 Laurie Bishop Democratic Livingston 2016
61 Jim Hamilton Democratic Bozeman 2016
62 Tom Woods Democratic Bozeman 2012
63 Zach Brown Democratic Bozeman 2014
64 Kerry White Republican Bozeman 2012
65 Christopher Pope Democratic Bozeman 2018 (2015-2017)
66 Denise Hayman Democratic Bozeman 2014
67 Tom L. Burnett Republican Bozeman 2014 (2011-2013)
68 Bruce Grubbs Republican Bozeman 2016
69 Walt Sales Republican Manhattan 2016
70 Julie Dooling Republican Helena 2018
71 Ray Shaw Republican Sheridan 2012
72 Tom Welch Republican Dillon 2016
73 Jim Keane Democratic Butte 2016 (2001-2007)
74 Derek J. Harvey Democratic Butte 2018
75 Greg DeVries Republican Jefferson City 2018
76 Ryan Lynch Democratic Butte 2012
77 Mark Sweeney Democratic Philipsburg 2018
78 Gordon Pierson Democratic Deer Lodge 2012
79 Robert Farris-Olsen Democratic Helena 2018
80 Becky Beard Republican Elliston 2016
81 Mary Caferro Democratic Helena 2018 (2005-2011)
82 Moffie Funk Democratic Helena 2014
83 Kim Abbott Democratic Helena 2016
84 Mary Ann Dunwell Democratic Helena 2014
85 Theresa Manzella Republican Hamilton 2014
86 David Bedey Republican Hamilton 2018
87 Nancy Ballance Republican Hamilton 2012
88 Sharon Greef Republican Florence 2018
89 Katie Sullivan Democratic Missoula 2018
90 Marilyn Marler Democratic Missoula 2018
91 Connie Keogh Democratic Missoula 2018
92 Mike Hopkins Republican Missoula 2016
93 Joe Read Republican Ronan 2018 (2011-2013)
94 Kimberly Dudik Democratic Missoula 2012
95 Shane Morigeau Democratic Missoula 2016
96 Tom Winter Democratic Missoula 2018
97 Brad Tschida Republican Missoula 2014
98 Willis Curdy Democratic Missoula 2014
99 Marilyn Ryan Democratic Missoula 2016
100 Andrea Olsen Democratic Missoula 2014

Committees

Four administrative committees were created by state law to manage the administrative functions of the legislative branch. These committees are Audit Committee, Finance Committee, Legislative Council, and Consumer Committee.

The Montana House of Representatives has 16 standing committees. These are:

  • Agriculture
  • Appropriations
  • Business and Labor
  • Education
  • Ethics
  • Federal Relations, Energy, and Telecommunications
  • Fish, Wildlife, and Parks
  • Human Services
  • Judiciary
  • Legislative Administration
  • Local Government
  • Natural Resources
  • Rules
  • State Administration
  • Taxation
  • Transportation

In addition Interim Committees may be appointed each legislative session.

Past composition of the House of Representatives

See also

References

  1. ^ "About the Legislature". Retrieved September 5, 2016.
  2. ^ Our Campaigns - MT Governor Race - Nov 02, 2004

External links

This page was last edited on 12 June 2019, at 05:07
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