Colorado House of Representatives: Wikis

Advertisements
  
  
  

Note: Many of our articles have direct quotes from sources you can cite, within the Wikipedia article! This article doesn't yet, but we're working on it! See more info or our list of citable articles.

Did you know ...


More interesting facts on Colorado House of Representatives

Include this on your site/blog:

Encyclopedia

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Colorado House of Representatives
Type
Type Lower house
Leadership
Speaker of the House Terrance Carroll, (D)
since November 6, 2008
Majority Leader Paul Weissman, (D)
since 2009
Assistant Majority Leader Andy Kerr, (D)
since 2009
Minority Leader Mike May, (R)
since March 3, 2006
Structure
Members 65
Political groups Democratic Party
Republican Party
Election
Last election November 4, 2008
Meeting place
ColoradoStateCapitolHouseOfRepresentatives_gobeirne.jpg
House Chamber,
Colorado State Capitol, Denver, CO, US
Website
http://www.leg.state.co.us/

The Colorado House of Representatives is the lower house of the Colorado General Assembly, the state legislature of the U.S. state of Colorado. The House is composed of 65 members from an equal amount of constituent districts, with each district having 71,000 citizens. Representatives are elected to 2-year terms, and are limited to four consecutive terms in office but can run again after a two year reprise.

The House convenes at the State Capitol in Denver.

Contents

Current composition

Affiliation Party
(Shading indicates majority caucus)
Total
Democratic Republican Independent Vacant
End of previous legislature 40 25 65 0
Begin 38 27 65 0
December 29, 2009[1] 37 27 1 65 0
Latest voting share 56.9% 41.5% 1.6%
Advertisements

Leaders

Position Name Party Residence District
Speaker Terrance Carroll Democratic Denver 7
Majority Leader Paul Weissmann Democratic Louisville 12
Assistant Majority Leader Andy Kerr Democratic Lakewood 26
Minority Leader Mike May Republican Parker 44

Members

District Representative Party Residence
1 Jeanne Labuda Democratic Denver
2 Mark Ferrandino Democratic Denver
3 Daniel Kagan Democratic Denver
4 Jerry Frangas Democratic Denver
5 Joel Judd Democratic Denver
6 Lois Court Democratic Denver
7 Terrance Carroll Democratic Denver
8 Beth McCann Democratic Denver
9 Joe Miklosi Democratic Denver
10 Dickey Lee Hullinghorst Democratic Boulder
11 John Pommer Democratic Boulder
12 Paul Weissmann Democratic Louisville
13 Claire Levy Democratic Boulder
14 Kent Lambert Republican Colorado Springs
15 Mark Waller Republican Colorado Springs
16 Larry Liston Republican Colorado Springs
17 Dennis Apuan Democratic Colorado Springs
18 Michael Merrifield Democratic Manitou Springs
19 Marsha Looper Republican Calhan
20 Amy Stephens Republican Colorado Springs
21 Bob Gardner Republican Colorado Springs
22 Kenneth Summers Republican Lakewood
23 Max Tyler Democratic Golden
24 Sue Shafer Democratic Wheat Ridge
25 Cheri Gerou Republican Evergreen
26 Andrew Kerr Democratic Lakewood
27 Sara Gagliardi Democratic Arvada
28 James Kerr Republican Littleton
29 Debbie Benefield Democratic Arvada
30 Kevin Priola Republican Brighton
31 Judith Anne Solano Democratic Brighton
32 Edward Casso Democratic Thornton
33 Dianne Primavera Democratic Broomfield
34 John Soper Democratic Westminster
35 Cherylin Peniston Democratic Westminster
36 Su Ryden Democratic Aurora
37 Spencer Swalm Republican Centennial
38 Joe Rice Democratic Littleton
39 David Balmer Republican Centennial
40 Cindy Acree Republican Aurora
41 Nancy Todd Democratic Aurora
42 Karen Middleton Democratic Aurora
43 Frank McNulty Republican Highlands Ranch
44 Mike May Republican Parker
45 Carole Murray Republican Castle Rock
46 Sal Pace Democratic Pueblo
47 Liane McFayden Democratic Pueblo West
48 Glenn Vaad Republican Mead
49 B.J. Nikkel Republican Loveland
50 James Riesberg Democratic Greeley
51 Brian DelGrosso Republican Loveland
52 John Kefalas Democratic Fort Collins
53 Randy Fischer Democratic Fort Collins
54 Steve King Republican Grand Junction
55 Laura Bradford Republican Grand Junction
56 Christine Scanlan Democratic Dillon
57 Randy Baumgardner Republican Winter Park
58 Scott Tipton Republican Montrose
59 Ellen Roberts Republican Durango
60 Tom Massey Republican Poncha Springs
61 Kathleen Curry Independent Gunnison
62 Edward Vigil Democratic Antonito
63 Cory Gardner Republican Yuma
64 Wesley McKinley Democratic Walsh
65 Jerry Sonnenberg Republican Sterling

See also

References

External links


Advertisements






Got something to say? Make a comment.
Your name
Your email address
Message