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The Missouri State Senate is the upper chamber of the Missouri General Assembly. It has 34 members, representing districts with an average population of 160,000. Its members serve four-year terms, with half the seats being up for election every two years.

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Composition

After the 2008 elections, the party representation in the Senate was:

Affiliation Party
(Shading indicates majority caucus)
Total
Republican Democratic Vacant
End of previous legislature 20 13 33 1
Begin 23 11 34 0
August 25, 2009[1] 10 33 1
November 3, 2009[2] 11 34 0
Latest voting share 67.6% 32.4%
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Senate Officers

Position Name Party Residence District
President pro tempore Charles W. Shields Republican Kansas City 34
Majority Leader Kevin Engler Republican Farmington 03
Minority Leader Victor Callahan Democratic Independence 11

Members of the Missouri Senate

District Senator Party Residence
1 Jim Lembke Rep St. Louis
2 Scott Rupp Rep Wentzville
3 Kevin Engler Rep Farmington
4 Joe Keaveny Dem St. Louis
5 Robin Wright-Jones Dem St. Louis
6 Carl Vogel Rep Jefferson City
7 Jane Cunningham Rep Chesterfield
8 Matt Bartle Rep Lee's Summit
9 Yvonne Wilson Dem Kansas City
10 Jolie Justus Dem Kansas City
11 Victor Callahan Dem Independence
12 Brad Lager Rep Maryville
13 Timothy Green Dem Spanish Lake
14 Rita Heard Days Dem St. Louis
15 Eric Schmitt Rep Glendale
16 Frank Barnitz Dem Lake Spring
17 LuAnn Ridgeway Rep Smithville
18 Wes Shoemyer Dem Clarence
19 Kurt Schaefer Rep Columbia
20 Dan Clemens Rep Marshfield
21 Bill Stouffer Rep Napton
22 Ryan McKenna Dem Crystal City
23 Tom Dempsey Rep St. Charles
24 Joan Bray Dem St. Louis
25 Robert Mayer Rep Dexter
26 John Griesheimer Rep Washington
27 Jason Glennon Crowell Rep Cape Girardeau
28 Delbert Lee Scott Rep Lowry City
29 Jack Goodman Rep Mt. Vernon
30 Norma Champion Rep Springfield
31 David Pearce Rep Warrensburg
32 Gary Nodler Rep Joplin
33 Chuck Purgason Rep Caulfield
34 Charles W. Shields Rep St. Joseph

See also

References

  1. ^ Democrat Jeff Smith (District 4) resigned
  2. ^ Democrat Joe Keaveny (District 4) elected in special election

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