List of U.S. state representatives (Montana to Wyoming)

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This is a list of U.S. state representatives. This list contains the names of U.S. state representatives in the 25 states, listed alphabetically, from Montana to Wyoming. For the remaining 25 states, please see List of U.S. state representatives (Alabama to Missouri).


Summary[edit]

State Legislatures
State Total Legislators Upper House Control Lower House Control
 Alabama 140 35 Republican 27-8 105 Republican 77-28
 Alaska 60 20 Republican 13-7 40 Republican 23-15-2
 Arizona 90 30 Republican 17-13 60 Republican 31-29
 Arkansas 135 35 Republican 26-9 100 Republican 76-24
 California 120 40 Democratic 29-11 80 Democratic 61-19
 Colorado 100 35 Democratic 19-16 65 Democratic 41-24
 Connecticut 187 36 Democratic 22-14 151 Democratic 91-60
 Delaware 62 21 Democratic 12-9 41 Democratic 26-15
 Florida 160 40 Republican 23-17 120 Republican 73-47
 Georgia 236 56 Republican 35-21 180 Republican 103-75-2
 Hawaii 76 25 Democratic 24-1 51 Democratic 46-5
 Idaho 105 35 Republican 28-7 70 Republican 56-14
 Illinois 177 59 Democratic 40-19 118 Democratic 74-44
 Indiana 150 50 Republican 40-10 100 Republican 67-33
 Iowa 150 50 Republican 32-18 100 Republican 53-47
 Kansas 165 40 Republican 28-11-1 125 Republican 84-41
 Kentucky 138 38 Republican 29-9 100 Republican 61-39
 Louisiana 144 39 Republican 25-14 105 Republican 62-39-4
 Maine 186 35 Democratic 21-14 151 Democratic 89-56-6
 Maryland 188 47 Democratic 32-15 141 Democratic 99-42
 Massachusetts 200 40 Democratic 34-6 160 Democratic 127-32-1
 Michigan 148 38 Republican 22-16 110 Republican 58-52
 Minnesota [A] 201 67 Republican 35-32 134 Democratic 75-59
 Mississippi 174 52 Republican 33-19 122 Republican 72-46-4
 Missouri 197 34 Republican 24-10 163 Republican 114-46-3
 Montana 150 50 Republican 30-20 100 Republican 58-42
 Nebraska [B] 49 49 Republican 30-18-1 N/A N/A
 Nevada 63 21 Democratic 13-8 42 Democratic 29-13
 New Hampshire 424 24 Democratic 14-10 400 Democratic 233-166-1
 New Jersey 120 40 Democratic 26-14 80 Democratic 54-26
 New Mexico 112 42 Democratic 26-16 70 Democratic 46-24
 New York 213 63 Democratic 40-22-1 150 Democratic 106-43-1
 North Carolina 170 50 Republican 29-21 120 Republican 65-55
 North Dakota 141 47 Republican 37-10 94 Republican 79-15
 Ohio 132 33 Republican 24-9 99 Republican 61-38
 Oklahoma 149 48 Republican 39-9 101 Republican 77-24
 Oregon 90 30 Democratic 18-12 60 Democratic 38-22
 Pennsylvania 253 50 Republican 28-22 203 Republican 110-93
 Rhode Island 113 38 Democratic 33-5 75 Democratic 66-9
 South Carolina 170 46 Republican 27-19 124 Republican 80-44
 South Dakota 105 35 Republican 30-5 70 Republican 59-11
 Tennessee 132 33 Republican 28-5 99 Republican 73-26
 Texas 181 31 Republican 19-12 150 Republican 83-67
 Utah 104 29 Republican 23-6 75 Republican 59-16
 Vermont 180 30 Democratic 22-6-2 150 Democratic 95-43-12
 Virginia 140 40 Republican 21-19 100 Republican 51-49
 Washington 147 49 Democratic 28-20-1 98 Democratic 57-41
 West Virginia 134 34 Republican 20-14 100 Republican 59-41
 Wisconsin 132 33 Republican 19-14 99 Republican 63-36
 Wyoming 90 30 Republican 27-3 60 Republican 50-9-1
Total: 7,383 1,972 Republican 32-18 5,411 Republican 30-19
Average: 148 39 110
Notes
  1. ^ Currently, the Minnesota Legislature is the only state legislature in the United States in which the upper house and the lower house are controlled by different parties.
  2. ^ Nebraska is the only state in the United States with a unicameral legislature. When Nebraska switched to a unicameral legislature in 1937, the lower house (the Nebraska House of Representatives) was abolished. All current Nebraskan legislators are referred to as "senators", as the pre-1937 upper house, the Nebraska Senate, was the retained house. Currently, the state's legislature is formally known as the Nebraska Legislature and is often referred to as "the Unicameral".

Superlatives[edit]

From the 50 state legislatures in the United States, the following superlatives emerge:

Terminology for lower houses[edit]

The 49 lower houses of state legislatures in the United States – Nebraska lacks a lower house – have various names:

  • House of Representatives: 42 states;
  • State Assembly: 4 states (California, Nevada, New York, and Wisconsin);
  • House of Delegates: 2 states (Maryland and Virginia); and
  • General Assembly: 1 state (New Jersey).

Montana[edit]

Nebraska[edit]

Nebraska is the only state in the United States with a unicameral legislature. When Nebraska switched to a unicameral legislature in 1937, the lower house (the Nebraska House of Representatives) was abolished. All current Nebraskan legislators are referred to as "senators", as the pre-1937 upper house, the Nebraska Senate, was the retained house. Currently, the state's legislature is formally known as the Nebraska Legislature and is often referred to as "the Unicameral". (See Members of the Nebraska Legislature.)

Nevada[edit]

New Hampshire[edit]

New Jersey[edit]

New Mexico[edit]

New York[edit]

North Carolina[edit]

North Dakota[edit]

Ohio[edit]

Oklahoma[edit]

Oregon[edit]

Pennsylvania[edit]

Rhode Island[edit]

South Carolina[edit]

South Dakota[edit]

Tennessee[edit]

Texas[edit]

Utah[edit]

Vermont[edit]

Virginia[edit]

Washington[edit]