Colorado House of Representatives
|73rd Colorado General Assembly|
|4 terms (8 years)|
|Preceded by||72nd Colorado General Assembly|
New session started
|January 13, 2021|
Speaker pro Tempore
Length of term
|Authority||Article V, Colorado Constitution|
|Salary||$30,000/year + per diem|
| November 3, 2020 |
|November 8, 2022|
|Redistricting||Colorado Reapportionment Commission|
|House of Representatives Chamber|
Colorado State Capitol, Denver
|Colorado General Assembly|
The Colorado House of Representatives is the lower house of the Colorado General Assembly, the state legislature of the U.S. state of Colorado. The House is composed of 65 members from an equal number of constituent districts, with each district having 75,000 people. Representatives are elected to two-year terms, and are limited to four consecutive terms in office but can run again after a two-year respite.
The Colorado House of Representatives convenes at the State Capitol building in Denver.
Current committees include:
(Shading indicates majority caucus)
|68th General Assembly||32||33||65||0|
|69th General Assembly||37||28||65||0|
|70th General Assembly||34||31||65||0|
|Begin 71st Assembly||37||28||65||0|
|End 71st Assembly||36||29||65||0|
|72nd General Assembly||41||24||65||0|
|Begin 73rd Assembly||41||24||65||0|
|Latest voting share||63.08%||36.92%|
|Speaker of the House||Alec Garnett||Democratic||Denver||2|
|Speaker pro Tempore||Adrienne Benavidez||Democratic||Adams County||32|
|Majority Leader||Daneya Esgar||Democratic||Pueblo||46|
|Assistant Majority Leader||Serena Gonzales-Gutierrez||Democratic||Denver||4|
|Majority Caucus co-Chair||Meg Froelich||Democratic||Greenwood Village||3|
|Majority Caucus co-Chair||Lisa Cutter||Democratic||Jefferson County||25|
|co-Majority Whip||Monica Duran||Democratic||Wheat Ridge||24|
|co-Majority Whip||Kyle Mullica||Democratic||Northglenn||34|
|Assistant Majority Caucus Chair||Dafna Michaelson Jenet||Democratic||Commerce City||30|
|Minority Leader||Hugh McKean||Republican||Loveland||51|
|Assistant Minority Leader||Tim Geitner||Republican||Falcon||19|
|Minority Caucus Chair||Janice Rich||Republican||Grand Junction||55|
|Minority Whip||Rod Pelton||Republican||Cheyenne Wells||65|
|3||Meg Froelich||Democratic||Greenwood Village|
|14||Shane Sandridge||Republican||Colorado Springs|
|15||Dave Williams||Republican||Colorado Springs|
|16||Andres G. Pico||Republican||Colorado Springs|
|17||Tony Exum||Democratic||Colorado Springs|
|18||Marc Snyder||Democratic||Colorado Springs|
|20||Terri Carver||Republican||Colorado Springs|
|21||Mary Bradfield||Republican||Colorado Springs|
|24||Monica Duran||Democratic||Wheat Ridge|
|30||Dafna Michaelson Jenet||Democratic||Commerce City|
|32||Adrienne Benavidez||Democratic||Commerce City|
|43||Kevin Van Winkle||Republican||Highlands Ranch|
|45||Patrick Neville||Republican||Castle Rock|
|48||Tonya Van Beber||Republican||Weld County|
|52||Cathy Kipp||Democratic||Fort Collins|
|53||Jennifer Arndt||Democratic||Fort Collins|
|55||Janice Rich||Republican||Grand Junction|
|57||Perry Will||Republican||New Castle|
|65||Rod Pelton||Republican||Cheyenne Wells|
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