State House Majority Leader

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A Majority Leader of a state legislature presides over party caucuses, directs his or her party strategy in legislative deliberations, assembles party members for important votes, and serves as party spokesmen

In some states, the majority leader also serves as an ex-officio member of all standing committees.

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Leadership Positions in State Legislatures

President of the SenatePresident Pro TemporeSenate Majority LeaderSenate Minority LeaderHouse Majority LeaderHouse Minority LeaderState Speaker of the House


Majority Leader by State

Majority Leader Legislature
Micky Hammon (R) Alabama House of Representatives
Lance Pruitt (R) Alaska House of Representatives
David Gowan (R) Arizona House of Representatives
Johnnie Roebuck (D) Arkansas House of Representatives
Toni Atkins (D) California State Assembly
Dickey Hullinghorst (D) Colorado House of Representatives
J. Brendan Sharkey (D) Connecticut House of Representatives
Peter Schwartzkopf (D) Delaware House of Representatives
Steve Crisafulli (R) Florida House of Representatives
Larry O'Neal (R) Georgia House of Representatives
Blake Oshiro (D) Hawaii House of Representatives
Mike Moyle (R) Idaho House of Representatives
Barbara Flynn Currie (D) Illinois House of Representatives
William Friend (R) Indiana House of Representatives
Linda Upmeyer (R) Iowa House of Representatives
Arlen Siegfreid (R) Kansas House of Representatives
Rocky Adkins (D) Kentucky House of Representatives
NA Louisiana House of Representatives
Seth Berry (D) Maine House of Representatives
Kumar Barve (D) Maryland House of Representatives
Ronald Mariano (D) Massachusetts House of Representatives
Richard Hammel (R) Michigan House of Representatives
Erin Murphy (D) Minnesota House of Representatives
NA Mississippi House of Representatives
Timothy Jones (R) Missouri House of Representatives
Gordon Vance (R) Montana House of Representatives
William Horne (D) Nevada State Assembly
David Bettencourt (R) New Hampshire House of Representatives
Joseph Cryan (D) New Jersey General Assembly
W. Ken Martinez (D) New Mexico House of Representatives
Ronald Canestrari (D) New York State Assembly
Paul Stam (R) North Carolina House of Representatives
Al Carlson (R) North Dakota House of Representatives
Matt Huffman (R) Ohio House of Representatives
Dale DeWitt (R) Oklahoma House of Representatives
Val Hoyle (D) Oregon House of Representatives
Mike Turzai (R) Pennsylvania House of Representatives
John DeSimone (D) Rhode Island House of Representatives
Kenneth Bingham (R) South Carolina House of Representatives
David Lust (R) South Dakota House of Representatives
Gerald McCormick (R) Tennessee House of Representatives
NA Texas House of Representatives
Brad Dee (R) Utah House of Representatives
Willem Jewett (D) Vermont House of Representatives
Kirk Cox (R) Virginia House of Delegates
Pat Sullivan (D) Washington House of Representatives
Harry White (D) West Virginia House of Delegates
Bill Kramer (R) Wisconsin State Assembly
Kermit Brown (R) Wyoming House of Representatives

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