List of current members of the Iowa House of Representatives
The Iowa House of Representatives is the lower house of the Iowa General Assembly, the legislature of the U.S. state of Iowa. One State Representative is elected from each of the state's 100 electoral districts, with each House district making up half of an Senate district. The 2017-19 term is part of the 87th General Assembly. As of January 9, 2017[update], 59 of the seats are held by Republicans, 40 by Democrats and 1 seat is vacant. The presiding officer is the Speaker of the House, who is chosen by the majority party and elected by the House. In addition, representatives elect a Speaker Pro Tempore, chosen in the same manner as the Speaker, and the respective party caucuses elect a majority and minority leader, a majority and minority whip, and assistant party leaders.
Representatives serve for two-year terms and are elected in the general election on election day, as part of the presidential and midterm elections. Newly elected representatives are sworn in and begin work on the second Monday of January. Should a representative resign from office before his or her term expires, the governor calls a special election to replace the representative. Representatives are not term-limited.
Representatives generally serve on several standing committees and often serve on joint appropriations subcommittees, permanent statutory committees, and various boards and commissions.
|Speaker of the House||Upmeyer, LindaLinda Upmeyer||Republican||54|
|Speaker pro tempore||Windschitl, MattMatt Windschitl||Republican||17|
|Majority Leader||Hagenow, ChrisChris Hagenow||Republican||43|
|Minority Leader||Smith, MarkMark Smith||Democratic||71|
Current State RepresentativesEdit
|1||Dickinson, Lyon, and Osceola||Wills, JohnJohn Wills||Republican||2014|
|2||Clay, Dickinson, and Palo Alto||Jones, MeganMegan Jones||Republican||2012||Judiciary (Vice Chair)||Justice System|
|3||Cherokee, O'Brien, Plymouth, and Sioux||Huseman, DanDan Huseman||Republican||1994||N/A||Transportation, Infrastructure and Capitals (Chair)|
|4||Sioux||Wheeler, SkylerSkyler Wheeler||Republican||2016|
|5||Plymouth and Woodbury||Holz, ChuckChuck Holz||Republican||2015[a]||N/A|
|6||Woodbury||Bossman, JacobJacob Bossman||Republican||2018|
|7||Emmet, Kossuth, and Winnebago||Gassman, TeddTedd Gassman||Republican||2012||N/A||Administration and Regulation (Vice Chair)|
|8||Hancock, Kossuth, and Wright||Baxter, TerryTerry Baxter||Republican||2014|
|9||Webster||Miller, HelenHelen Miller||Democratic||2002||Agriculture (Ranking Member)||N/A|
|10||Calhoun, Humboldt, Pocahontas, and Webster||Sexton, MikeMike Sexton||Republican||2014|
|11||Buena Vista and Sac||Worthan, GaryGary Worthan||Republican||2006[b]||N/A||Justice System (Chair)|
|12||Audubon, Carroll, and Crawford||Best, BrianBrian Best||Republican||2014|
|13||Woodbury||Hall, ChrisChris Hall||Democratic||2010||Commerce (Ranking Member)||N/A|
|14||Woodbury||Kacena, TimothyTimothy Kacena||Democratic||2016|
|15||Pottawattamie||McConkey, CharlieCharlie McConkey||Democratic||2014|
|16||Pottawattamie||Hanusa, Mary AnnMary Ann Hanusa||Republican||2010||Economic Growth (Chair)||Economic Development|
|17||Harrison, Ida, Monona, and Woodbury||Windschitl, MattMatt Windschitl||Republican||2006||Administration and Rules (Chair)||N/A|
|18||Crawford, Harrison, and Shelby||Holt, StevenSteven Holt||Republican||2014|
|19||Dallas and Polk||Watts, RalphRalph Watts||Republican||2002||N/A||Administration and Regulation (Chair)|
|20||Adair, Cass, Dallas, and Guthrie||Baudler, ClelClel Baudler||Republican||2002||Public Safety (Chair)||N/A|
|21||Adams, Cass, Pottawattamie, and Union||Moore, TomTom Moore||Republican||2015[c]|
|22||Pottawattamie||Jacobsen, JonJon Jacobsen||Republican||2017|
|23||Fremont, Mills, and Montgomery||Sieck, DavidDavid Sieck||Republican||2015[d]|
|24||Montgomery, Page, Ringgold, and Taylor||Dolecheck, CecilCecil Dolecheck||Republican||1996||N/A||Education (Chair)|
|25||Madison and Warren||Gustafson, StanStan Gustafson||Republican||2014[e]|
|26||Warren||Ourth, ScottScott Ourth||Democratic||2012||N/A||Agriculture and Natural Resources|
|27||Clarke, Decatur, Lucas, and Wayne||Fry, JoelJoel Fry||Republican||2010||N/A||N/A|
|28||Jasper, Lucas, and Marion||Heartsill, GregGreg Heartsill||Republican||2012||Government Oversight (Vice Chair), Local Government (Vice Chair)||N/A|
|29||Jasper||Breckenridge, WesWes Breckenridge||Democratic||2016|
|30||Polk||Nunn, ZachZach Nunn||Republican||2014|
|31||Polk||Olson, RickRick Olson||Democratic||2004||N/A||Justice System|
|32||Polk||Gaines, Ruth AnnRuth Ann Gaines||Democratic||2010||Government Oversight (Ranking Member)||N/A|
|33||Polk||Meyer, BrianBrian Meyer||Democratic||2013||N/A||N/A|
|34||Polk||Hunter, BruceBruce Hunter||Democratic||2003[f]||Labor (Ranking Member)||Administration and Regulation|
|35||Polk||Abdul-Samad, AkoAko Abdul-Samad||Democratic||2006||N/A||N/A|
|36||Polk||Anderson, MartiMarti Anderson||Democratic||2012||N/A||Justice System|
|37||Polk||Landon, JohnJohn Landon||Republican||2012||Ways and Means (Vice Chair)||Transportation, Infrastructure and Capitals|
|38||Polk||Koester, KevinKevin Koester||Republican||2008||Government Oversight (Chair)||N/A|
|39||Polk||Highfill, JakeJake Highfill||Republican||2012||State Government (Vice Chair)||Education|
|40||Polk||Forbes, JohnJohn Forbes||Democratic||2012||N/A||Health and Human Services|
|41||Polk||Oldson, JoJo Oldson||Democratic||2002||Ways and Means (Ranking Member)||N/A|
|42||Polk and Warren||Cownie, PeterPeter Cownie||Republican||2008||Commerce (Chair)||N/A|
|43||Polk||Hagenow, ChrisChris Hagenow||Republican||2008||N/A||N/A|
|44||Dallas||Taylor, RobRob Taylor||Republican||2012||Environmental Protection (Vice Chair)||Education (Vice Chair)|
|45||Story||Wessel-Kroeschell, BethBeth Wessel-Kroeschell||Democratic||2004||Human Resources (Ranking Member)||Health and Human Services|
|46||Story||Heddens, LisaLisa Heddens||Democratic||2002||N/A||Health and Human Services (Ranking Member)|
|47||Boone and Greene||Baltimore, ChipChip Baltimore||Republican||2010||Judiciary (Chair)||Justice System|
|48||Boone, Hamilton, Story, and Webster||Bacon, RobertRobert Bacon||Republican||2012||Human Resources (Vice Chair)||Health and Human Services|
|49||Hardin and Story||Deyoe, DaveDave Deyoe||Republican||2006||N/A||Economic Development (Chair)|
|50||Butler, Grundy, and Hardin County, Iowa||Grassley, PatPat Grassley||Republican||2006||Agriculture (Chair)||Agriculture and Natural Resources|
|51||Howard, Mitchell, Winneshiek, and Worth||Bloomingdale, JaneJane Bloomingdale||Republican||2016|
|52||Cerro Gordo, Chickasaw, and Floyd||Todd Prichard||Democratic||2013[g]||N/A||N/A|
|53||Cerro Gordo||Steckman, SharonSharon Steckman||Democratic||2008||Education (Ranking Member)||Education|
|54||Butler, Cerro Gordo, and Franklin||Upmeyer, LindaLinda Upmeyer||Republican||2002||N/A||N/A|
|55||Clayton, Fayette, and Winneshiek||Bergan, MichaelMichael Bergan||Republican||2016|
|56||Allamakee and Clayton||Hager, KristiKristi Hager||Republican||2016|
|57||Dubuque||Lundgren, ShannonShannon Lundgren||Republican||2016|
|58||Dubuque, Jackson, and Jones||McKean, AndyAndy McKean||Republican||2016|
|59||Black Hawk||Kressig, BobBob Kressig||Democratic||2004||Public Safety (Ranking Member)||Economic Development|
|60||Black Hawk||Rogers, WaltWalt Rogers||Republican||2010||Administration and Rules (Vice Chair)||N/A|
|61||Black Hawk||Brown-Powers, TimiTimi Brown-Powers||Democratic||2014|
|62||Black Hawk||Smith, RasRas Smith||Democratic||2016|
|63||Black Hawk and Bremer||Salmon, SandySandy Salmon||Republican||2012||Veterans Affairs (Vice Chair)||Agriculture and Natural Resources|
|64||Buchanan and Fayette||Bearinger, BruceBruce Bearinger||Democratic||2012||N/A||Agriculture and Natural Resources|
|65||Linn||Bennett, LizLiz Bennett||Democratic||2014|
|66||Linn||Staed, ArtArt Staed||Democratic||2006; 2012 [h]||Local Government (Ranking Member)||Administration and Regulation|
|67||Linn||Hinson, AshleyAshley Hinson||Republican||2016|
|68||Linn||Rizer, KenKen Rizer||Republican||2014|
|69||Linn||Running-Marquardt, KirstenKirsten Running-Marquardt||Democratic||2009[i]||N/A||Economic Development (Ranking Member)|
|70||Linn||Taylor, ToddTodd Taylor||Democratic||1995[j]||N/A||Justice System (Ranking Member)|
|71||Marshall||Smith, MarkMark Smith||Democratic||2000||N/A||N/A|
|72||Black Hawk, Marshall, and Tama||Fisher, DeanDean Fisher||Republican||2012||Natural Resources (Vice Chair)||Health and Human Services|
|73||Cedar, Johnson, and Muscatine||Kaufmann, BobbyBobby Kaufmann||Republican||2012||Economic Growth (Vice Chair)||Economic Development (Vice Chair)|
|74||Johnson||Jacoby, DavidDavid Jacoby||Democratic||2003[k]||N/A||Transportation, Infrastructure and Capitals|
|75||Benton and Iowa||Pettengill, DawnDawn Pettengill||Republican[l]||2004||N/A||N/A|
|76||Iowa, Johnson, and Poweshiek||Maxwell, DavidDavid Maxwell||Republican||2012||N/A||Transportation, Infrastructure, and Capitals (Vice Chair)|
|77||Johnson||Nielsen, AmyAmy Nielsen||Democratic||2016|
|78||Keokuk and Washington||Klein, JaradJarad Klein||Republican||2010||Agriculture (Vice Chair)||Agriculture and Natural Resources (Vice Chair)|
|79||Mahaska and Marion||Vander Linden, GuyGuy Vander Linden||Republican||2010||State Government (Chair)||Administration and Regulation|
|80||Appanoose, Mahaska, Monroe, and Wapello||Sheets, LarryLarry Sheets||Republican||2012||Labor (Vice Chair)||Economic Development|
|81||Wapello||Gaskill, MaryMary Gaskill||Democratic||2002||N/A||N/A|
|82||Davis, Jefferson, Van Buren||Miller, PhilPhil Miller||Democratic||2017|
|83||Lee||Kearns, JerryJerry Kearns||Democratic||2008||Veterans Affairs (Ranking Member)||N/A|
|84||Henry, Jefferson, Lee County, Iowa, and Washington||Heaton, DavidDavid Heaton||Republican||1994||N/A||Health and Human Services (Chair)|
|85||Johnson||Lensing, VickiVicki Lensing||Democratic||2000||State Government (Ranking Member)||N/A|
|86||Johnson||Mascher, MaryMary Mascher||Democratic||1994||N/A||N/A|
|87||Des Moines||Cohoon, DennisDennis Cohoon||Democratic||1986||N/A||Transportation, Infrastructure and Capitals (Ranking Member)|
|88||Des Moines, Louisa, and Muscatine||Kerr, DavidDavid Kerr||Republican||2016|
|89||Scott||Kurth, MonicaMonica Kurth||Democratic||2017|
|90||Scott||Winckler, CindyCindy Winckler||Democratic||2000||N/A||Education (Ranking Member)|
|91||Muscatine||Carlson, GaryGary Carlson||Republican||2014|
|92||Scott||Paustian, RossRoss Paustian||Republican||2014|
|93||Scott||Thede, PhyllisPhyllis Thede||Democratic||2008||Ethics (Ranking Member)||N/A|
|94||Scott||Mohr, GaryGary Mohr||Republican||2016|
|95||Buchanan and Linn||Zumbach, LouieLouie Zumbach||Republican||2016|
|96||Delaware and Jones||Hein, LeeLee Hein||Republican||2010||Environmental Protection (Chair)||Agriculture and Natural Resources|
|97||Clinton and Scott||Mommsen, NorlinNorlin Mommsen||Republican||2014|
|98||Clinton||Wolfe, MaryMary Wolfe||Democratic||2010||Judiciary (Ranking Member)||N/A|
|99||Dubuque||Finkenauer, AbbyAbby Finkenauer||Democratic||2014|
|100||Dubuque||Isenhart, CharlesCharles Isenhart||Democratic||2008||Environmental Protection (Ranking Member)||Economic Development|
- First elected in a November 3, 2015 special election.
- First elected in a December 13, 2006 special election.
- First elected in a December 8, 2015 special election.
- First elected in a February 10, 2015 special election.
- First elected in a January 7, 2014 special election.
- First elected in a February 11, 2003 special election.
- Brian Quirk was elected to this seat, but resigned before term start - Todd Prichard was sworn in on January 29, 2013 to succeed Quirk.
- First elected in 2006, lost re-election to the House in 2008, elected to the House in 2012.
- First elected in a November 24, 2009 special election.
- First elected in a June 27, 1995 special election.
- First elected in an August 26, 2003 special election.
- Pettengill was a Democrat until 2007.
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- "Swearing In". toddprichard.com. January 29, 2013. Retrieved August 12, 2013.
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