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Idaho House of Representatives

Idaho House of Representatives
Idaho State Legislature
Coat of arms or logo
Type
Type
Term limits
None
History
New session started
December 6, 2012
Leadership
Scott Bedke (R)
since December 6, 2012
Majority Leader
Mike Moyle (R)
since December 7, 2006
Minority Leader
John Rusche (D)
since January 11, 2010
Structure
Seats 70
House_of_Representatives_diagram_2014_State_of_Idaho.svg
Political groups

Governing party

Opposition party

Length of term
2 years
Authority Article IV, Idaho Constitution
Salary $16,116/year + per diem
Elections
Last election
November 4, 2014
(70 seats)
Next election
November 1, 2016
(70 seats)
Redistricting Idaho Redistricting Commission
Meeting place
House of Representatives Chamber
Idaho State Capitol
Boise, Idaho
Website
Idaho House of Representatives

The Idaho House of Representatives is the lower chamber of the Idaho State Legislature. It consists of 70 representatives elected to two-year terms[1] and meets at the Idaho State Capitol in Boise, Idaho.

Composition of the House

The Idaho House of Representatives has been continuously controlled by the Republican Party since the late 1950s, usually by a wide margin. Democrats picked up six seats in the 2006 elections. In the 2010 elections Republicans won back many of those seats, gaining five. In the 2012 elections, the first election after redistricting in 2011, Democrats gained two seats in Ada County, but Republicans offset those gains by winning a seat in Bannock County and a seat in the district representing the Democratic stronghold Blaine County. In 2014, two Republican incumbents representing swing districts in North Central Idaho lost relection, but picked up one seat previously held by a Democrat in the same region for net loss for Republicans of one seat.

Affiliation Party
(Shading indicates majority caucus)
Total
Republican Democratic Vacant
62nd Legislature 57 13 70 0
Beginning of 63rd Legislature 56 14 70 0
Latest voting share 80.0% 20.0%

Leadership in the 62nd Legislature

Position Name Party District
Speaker Scott Bedke Republican 27
Majority Leader Mike Moyle Republican 14
Assistant Majority Leader Brent Crane Republican 13
Majority Caucus Chair John Vander Woude Republican 22
Minority Leader John Rusche Democratic 6
Assistant Minority Leader Grant Burgoyne Democratic 16
Minority Caucus Chair Donna Pence Democratic 26

Members of the Idaho House of Representatives

District Representative Party Residence
1 Heather Scott Republican Blanchard
Sage Dixon Republican Sandpoint
2 Vito Barbieri Republican Dalton Gardens
Eric Redman Republican Spirit Lake
3 Ron Mendive Republican Coeur d'Alene
Don Cheatham Republican Post Falls
4 Luke Malek Republican Coeur d'Alene
Kathleen Sims Republican Coeur d'Alene
5 Paulette Jordan Democratic Plummer
Caroline Nilsson Troy Republican Genesee
6 Dan Rudolph Democratic Lewiston
John Rusche Democratic Lewiston
7 Shannon McMillan Republican Silverton
Paul Shepherd Republican Riggins
8 Terry Gestrin Republican Donnelly
Merrill Beyeler Republican Leadore
9 Ryan Kirby Republican New Plymouth
Judy Boyle Republican Midvale
10 Brandon Hixon Republican Caldwell
Greg Cheney Republican Caldwell
11 Gayle Batt Republican Wilder
Christy Perry Republican Nampa
12 Robert Anderst Republican Nampa
Rick Youngblood Republican Nampa
13 Brent Crane Republican Nampa
Gary Collins Republican Nampa
14 Mike Moyle Republican Star
Reed DeMordaunt Republican Eagle
15 Lynn Luker Republican Boise
Patrick McDonald Republican Boise
16 John McCrostie Democratic Garden City
Hy Kloc Democratic Boise
17 John Gannon Democratic Boise
Susan Chew Democratic Boise
18 Ilana Rubel Democratic Boise
Phylis King Democratic Boise
19 Mat Erpelding Democratic Boise
Melissa Wintrow Democratic Boise
20 Joe Palmer Republican Meridian
James Holtzclaw Republican Meridian
21 Steven Harris Republican Meridian
Thomas Dayley Republican Boise
22 John Vander Woude Republican Meridian
Jason Monks Republican Meridian
23 Richard Wills Republican Glenns Ferry
Pete Nielsen Republican Mountain Home
24 Lance Clow Republican Twin Falls
Stephen Hartgen Republican Twin Falls
25 Maxine Bell Republican Jerome
Clark Kauffman Republican Filer
26 Steve Miller Republican Fairfield
Donna Pence Democratic Gooding
27 Scott Bedke Republican Oakley
Fred Wood Republican Burley
28 Ken Andrus Republican Lava Hot Springs
Kelley Packer Republican McCammon
29 Mark Nye Democratic Pocatello
Elaine Smith Democratic Pocatello
30 Jeff Thompson Republican Idaho Falls
Wendy Horman Republican Idaho Falls
31 Neil A. Anderson Republican Blackfoot
Julie VanOrden Republican Blackfoot
32 Marc Gibbs Republican Grace
Thomas Loertscher Republican Iona
33 Janet Trujillo Republican Idaho Falls
Linden B. Bateman Republican Idaho Falls
34 Ron Nate Republican Rexburg
Dell Raybould Republican Rexburg
35 Van Burtenshaw Republican Terreton
Paul Romrell Republican St. Anthony

See also

References

  1. ^ http://www3.state.id.us/idstat/const/constTOC.html

External links

  • Idaho State Legislature official website
  • Idaho House of Representatives at Ballotpedia

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