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North Dakota House of Representatives

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North Dakota House of Representatives
67th North Dakota Legislative Assembly
Coat of arms or logo
Type
Type
Term limits
Two four-year terms
History
New session started
January 5, 2023
Leadership
Dennis Johnson (R)
since December 5, 2022
Majority Leader
Mike Lefor (R)
since December 5, 2022
Minority Leader
Zac Ista (D)
since April 30, 2023
Structure
Seats94
Political groups
Majority
  •   Republican (82)

Minority

Length of term
4 years
AuthorityArticle IV, North Dakota Constitution
Salary$148/session day + per diem
Elections
Last election
November 8, 2022
(46 seats)
Next election
November 5, 2024
(48 seats)
RedistrictingLegislative Control
Meeting place
House of Representatives Chamber
North Dakota State Capitol
Bismarck, North Dakota
Website
North Dakota Legislative Assembly

The North Dakota House of Representatives is the lower house of the North Dakota Legislative Assembly and is larger than the North Dakota Senate.

North Dakota is divided into between 40 and 54 legislative districts apportioned by population as determined by the decennial census. The 2000 redistricting plan provided for 47 districts. As each district elects two Representatives to the House, there are currently 94 representatives in the House.

Representatives serve four-year terms. Elections are staggered such that half the districts have elections every two years. Originally, the North Dakota Constitution limited members of the North Dakota House of Representatives to two-year terms, with all representatives standing for reelection at the same time. That practice continued until 1996, when the voters approved a constitutional amendment that changed the term for representatives to four-years with staggered terms. The amendment went into effect July 1, 1997, and was first applied in the 1998 elections.[1][2] Every two years half the districts elect both their representatives by block voting. In the 2022 North Dakota elections, a ballot measure passed with 63.4% of the vote creating term limits of eight years in the North Dakota House, which was put into effect starting January 2023.[3]

The House Chamber is located in the North Dakota State Capitol in Bismarck, North Dakota.

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Composition of the House

North Dakota House Districts as of 2003. House district boundaries are identical to the North Dakota Senate's districts, with two representatives elected from each district.
The North Dakota State House by district (as of 2016). Red is 2 Republicans, blue is 2 Democrats/NPL, and purple is one of each
67th Legislative Assembly (2021–2023)
Affiliation Party
(Shading indicates majority caucus)
Total
Republican Democratic-NPL Vacant
65th Legislative Assembly 81 13 94 0
66th Legislative Assembly 78 15 93 1
67th Legislative Assembly 80 14 94 0
68th Legislative Assembly 82 12 94 0
Latest voting share 87% 13%

2023–2024 officers

Position Name Party District
Speaker of the House Dennis Johnson Republican 15
Majority Leader Mike Lefor Republican 37
Assistant Majority Leader Glenn Bosch Republican 30
Majority Caucus Chair Austen Schauer Republican 13
Minority Leader Zachary Ista Democratic-NPL 43
Assistant Minority Leader Joshua Boschee Democratic-NPL 44
Minority Caucus Chair Jayme Davis Democratic-NPL 9

Members of the 68th House

The below individuals are members of the North Dakota House of Representatives for the 68th Legislative Assembly (2023–2025).[4]

District Representative Party Residence First elected
1 Patrick Hatlestad Rep Williston 2006
David Richter Rep Williston 2018
2 Bert Anderson Rep Crosby 2014†
Donald Longmuir Rep Stanley 2016
3 Jeff Hoverson Rep Minot 2018
Lori VanWinkle Rep Minot 2022
4 Clayton Fegley Rep Berthold 2018†
Lisa Finley-DeVille Dem-NPL 2022
5 Jay Fisher Rep Minot 2018
Scott Louser Rep Minot 2010
6 Dick Anderson Rep Willow City 2010
Paul Thomas Rep Velva 2020
7 Jason Dockter Rep Bismarck 2012
Matt Heilman Rep Bismarck 2022
8 SuAnn Olson Rep Baldwin 2022
Brandon Prichard Rep Bismarck 2020
9 Jayme Davis Dem-NPL Rolette 2022
Donna Henderson Rep Calvin 2022
10 Hamida Dakane Dem-NPL Fargo 2022
Steve Swiontek Rep Fargo 2022
1976-1984
11 Liz Conmy Dem-NPL Fargo 2022
Gretchen Dobervich Dem-NPL Fargo 2016
12 Mitch Ostlie Rep Jamestown 2020
Bernie Satrom Rep Jamestown 2016
13 Jim Jonas Rep West Fargo 2022
Austen Schauer Rep West Fargo 2018
14 Jon Nelson Rep Rugby 1996
Robin Weisz Rep Hurdsfield 1996
15 Kathy Frelich Rep Devils Lake 2022
Dennis Johnson Rep Devils Lake 1992
16 Ben Koppelman Rep West Fargo 2012
Andrew Marschall Rep Fargo 2016
17 Landon Bahl Rep Grand Forks 2022
Mark Sanford Rep Grand Forks 2010
18 Corey Mock Dem-NPL Grand Forks 2008
Steve Vetter Rep Grand Forks 2016
19 Karen Anderson Rep Grafton 2022
David Monson Rep Osnabrock 1992[a]
20 Jared Hagert Rep Emerado 2020
Mike Beltz Rep Hillsboro 2020
21 LaurieBeth Hager Dem-NPL Fargo 2018
Mary Schneider Dem-NPL Fargo 2014
22 Brandy Pyle Rep Casselton 2016
Jonathan Warrey Rep Casselton 2022†
23 Scott Dyk Rep Williston 2022
Nico Rios Rep Williston 2022
24 Cole Christensen Rep Rogers 2020
Dwight Kiefert Rep Valley City 2012
25 Alisa Mitskog Dem-NPL Wahpeton 2014
Cindy Schreiber-Beck Rep Wahpeton 2014
26 Jeremy Olson Rep Arnegard 2022
Kelby Timmons Rep Watford City 2022
27 Josh Christy Rep Fargo 2022
Greg Stemen Rep Fargo 2020†
28 Michael Don Brandenburg Rep Edgeley 2004
1998-2002
Jim Grueneich Rep Ellendale 2022
2016-2020
29 Craig Headland Rep Montpelier 2002
Don Vigesaa Rep Cooperstown 2002[b]
30 Glenn Bosch Rep Bismarck 2016
Mike Nathe Rep Bismarck 2008
31 Dawson Holle Rep Mandan 2022
Karen Rohr Rep Mott 2010
32 Pat Heinert Rep Bismarck 2016
Lisa Meier Rep Bismarck 2008
33 Anna Novak Rep Hazen 2022
Bill Tveit Rep Hazen 2018
34 Todd Porter Rep Mandan 1998
Nathan Toman Rep Mandan 2012
35 Karen Karls Rep Bismarck 2006
Bob Martinson Rep Bismarck 2000
1972-1996
36 Dori Hauck Rep Hebron 2021†
Gary Kreidt Rep New Salem 2002[c]
37 Mike Lefor Rep Dickinson 2014
Vicky Steiner Rep Dickinson 2010
38 Larry Bellew Rep Minot 2000
Dan Ruby Rep Minot 2000
39 Keith Kempenich Rep Bowman 1992
Mike Schatz Rep New England 2008[d]
40 Matthew Ruby Rep Minot 2016
Randy Schobinger Rep Minot 2016
41 Jorin Johnson Rep Fargo 2022
Michelle Strinden Rep Fargo 2018
42 Claire Cory Rep Grand Forks 2019†
Emily O'Brien Rep Grand Forks 2016
43 Zachary Ista Dem-NPL Grand Forks 2020†
Eric James Murphy Rep Grand Forks 2022
44 Joshua Boschee Dem-NPL Fargo 2012
Karla Rose Hanson Dem-NPL Fargo 2016
45 Carrie McLeod Rep Fargo 2022
Scott Wagner Rep Fargo 2022
46 Jim Kasper Rep Fargo 2000
Shannon Roers Jones Rep Fargo 2016
47 Lawrence Klemin Rep Bismarck 1998
Mike Motschenbacher Rep Bismarck 2022
  • †Representative was appointed when they first joined the House

Past composition of the House of Representatives

See also

Notes

  1. ^ Represented District 10 prior to 2022
  2. ^ Represented District 23 prior to 2022
  3. ^ Represented District 33 prior to 2022
  4. ^ Represented District 36 prior to 2022

References

  1. ^ House Concurrent Resolution No. 3010 (North Dakota Session Laws 1995, ch. 649) approved November 5, 1996 (ND Session Laws 1997, ch. 570)
  2. ^ "State by State: The Election at a Glance". Daytona News-Journal. November 7, 1996.
  3. ^ "North Dakota Midterm Election 2022". NBC News. NBC Universal. January 9, 2023. Retrieved January 15, 2023.
  4. ^ "68th Legislative Assembly Members". North Dakota Legislative Council. Retrieved June 10, 2023.

External links

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