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As of '''June 3, 2013''', there are 23 state representatives in 9 states identifying as independents or parties other than Democratic and Republican.
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As of '''July 1, 2013''', there are 22 state representatives in 8 states identifying as independents or parties other than Democratic and Republican.
  
 
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| align="center" | 6 (2 non-voting Native American representatives, 4 Independent)
 
| align="center" | 6 (2 non-voting Native American representatives, 4 Independent)
 
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| [[New York State Assembly|New York]]
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| [[Michigan House of Representatives|Michigan]]
| align="center" | 1 (Independent)
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| [[South Dakota House of Representatives|South Dakota]]
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| align="center" | 1 (Independent)
 
| align="center" | 1 (Independent)
 
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| [[Tennessee House of Representatives|Tennessee]]
 
| [[Tennessee House of Representatives|Tennessee]]
| align="center" | 1 (Independent)
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| align="center" | 1 (Carter County Republican)
 
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| [[Vermont House of Representatives|Vermont]]
 
| [[Vermont House of Representatives|Vermont]]

Revision as of 09:56, 1 July 2013

As of July 1, 2013, there are 22 state representatives in 8 states identifying as independents or parties other than Democratic and Republican.

State Independents/Third Party
Arkansas 1 (Green)
Georgia 1 (Independent)
Louisiana 2 (Independent)
Maine 6 (2 non-voting Native American representatives, 4 Independent)
Michigan 1 (Independent)
Tennessee 1 (Carter County Republican)
Vermont 9 (5 Vermont Progressive Party, 4 Independent)
Virginia 1 (Independent)