List of state legislature Speakers

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The following is a list of state-level Speakers of the House (or state Assembly, depending upon the state) in the United States: [1]

State Speaker Party Since
Alabama Mac McCutcheon R 2016
Alaska Bryce Edgmon I-C 2017
Arizona Rusty Bowers R 2019
Arkansas Matthew Shepherd R 2018
California Anthony Rendon D 2016
Colorado KC Becker D 2019
Connecticut Joe Aresimowicz D 2017
Delaware Peter Schwartzkopf D 2013
Florida José Oliva R 2018
Georgia David Ralston R 2010
Hawaii Scott Saiki D 2017
Idaho Scott Bedke R 2012
Illinois Michael Madigan D 1997
Indiana Brian Bosma R 2010
Iowa Linda Upmeyer R 2016
Kansas Ron Ryckman Jr. R 2017
Kentucky David Osborne R 2017
Louisiana Taylor Barras R 2016
Maine Sara Gideon D 2016
Maryland Adrienne Jones D 2019
Massachusetts Robert DeLeo D 2009
Michigan Lee Chatfield R 2019
Minnesota Melissa Hortman D 2019
Mississippi Philip Gunn R 2012
Missouri Elijah Haahr R 2019
Montana Greg Hertz R 2019
Nebraska Jim Scheer R 2017
Nevada Jason Frierson D 2017
New Hampshire Steve Shurtleff D 2018
New Jersey Craig Coughlin D 2018
New Mexico Brian Egolf D 2017
New York Carl Heastie D 2015
North Carolina Tim Moore R 2015
North Dakota Lawrence Klemin R 2018
Ohio Larry Householder R 2019
Oklahoma Charles McCall R 2017
Oregon Tina Kotek D 2013
Pennsylvania Mike Turzai R 2015
Rhode Island Nicholas Mattiello D 2014
South Carolina Jay Lucas R 2014
South Dakota Steve Haugaard R 2019
Tennessee Cameron Sexton R 2019
Texas Dennis Bonnen R 2019
Utah Brad Wilson R 2019
Vermont Mitzi Johnson D 2017
Virginia Eileen Filler-Corn D 2020
Washington Laurie Jinkins D 2020
West Virginia Roger Hanshaw R 2018
Wisconsin Robin Vos R 2013
Wyoming Steve Harshman R 2017

Records

Mike Madigan is cumulatively the longest serving state legislative speaker in U.S. history (serving from 1983-1995 and again from 1997 to present), while Tom Murphy served the longest consecutive tenure as state legislative speaker from 1973 to 2002.

References

  1. ^ "State Speaker of the House - Ballotpedia". Retrieved 2018-04-18.