Minnesota House of Representatives
|92nd Minnesota Legislature|
New session started
|January 5, 2021|
Length of term
|Authority||Article IV, Minnesota Constitution|
|Salary||$46,500/year + per diem|
|November 3, 2020|
|November 8, 2022|
|House of Representatives chamber|
Minnesota State Capitol
Saint Paul, Minnesota
The Minnesota House of Representatives is the lower house of the Legislature of the U.S. state of Minnesota. There are 134 members, twice as many as the Minnesota Senate. Floor sessions are held in the north wing of the State Capitol in Saint Paul. Offices for members and staff, as well as most committee hearings, are located in the nearby State Office Building.
Following the ratification of the Nineteenth Amendment in 1920, women were eligible for election to the Legislature. In 1922, Mabeth Hurd Paige, Hannah Kempfer, Sue Metzger Dickey Hough, and Myrtle Cain were elected to the House of Representatives.
Each Senate district is divided in half and given the suffix A or B (for example, House district 32B is geographically within Senate district 32). Members are elected for two-year terms.Districts are redrawn after the decennial United States Census in time for the primary and general elections in years ending in 2. The most recent election was held on November 3, 2020.
(Shading indicates majority caucus)
|End of the previous Legislature||75||55||4||134||0|
|Latest voting share||52.2%||44%||3.7%|
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politics and government of
|3||A||Rob Ecklund||DFL||International Falls||2015|
|B||Spencer Igo||Republican||Grand Rapids||2020|
|8||A||Jordan Rasmusson||Republican||Fergus Falls||2020|
|9||A||John Poston||Republican||Lake Shore||2016|
|B||Ron Kresha||Republican||Little Falls||2012|
|12||A||Jeff Backer||Republican||Browns Valley||2014|
|13||A||Lisa Demuth||Republican||Cold Spring||2018|
|14||A||Tama Theis||Republican||St. Cloud||2013|
|B||Dan Wolgamott||DFL||St. Cloud||2018|
|B||Shane Mekeland||Republican||Clear Lake||2018|
|17||A||Tim Miller||New Republican||Prinsburg||2014|
|18||A||Dean Urdahl||Republican||Grove City||2002|
|19||A||Susan Akland||Republican||St. Peter||2020|
|20||A||Brian Pfarr||Republican||Le Sueur||2020|
|21||A||Barb Haley||Republican||Red Wing||2016|
|B||Steve Drazkowski||New Republican||Mazeppa||2007|
|B||Rod Hamilton||Republican||Mountain Lake||2004|
|B||Jeremy Munson||New Republican||Lake Crystal||2018|
|27||A||Peggy Bennett||Republican||Albert Lea||2014|
|B||Marion O'Neill||Republican||Maple Lake||2012|
|30||A||Paul Novotny||Republican||Elk River||2020|
|B||Cal Bahr||New Republican||East Bethel||2016|
|32||A||Brian Johnson||Republican||Castle Rock||2012|
|B||Anne Neu||Republican||North Branch||2017|
|34||A||Kristin Robbins||Republican||Maple Grove||2018|
|B||Kristin Bahner||DFL||Maple Grove||2018|
|36||A||Zack Stephenson||DFL||Coon Rapids||2018|
|B||Melissa Hortman||DFL||Brooklyn Park||2004|
|37||A||Erin Koegel||DFL||Spring Lake Park||2016|
|38||A||Donald Raleigh||Republican||Circle Pines||2020|
|B||Ami Wazlawik||DFL||White Bear Township||2018|
|39||A||Bob Dettmer||Republican||Forest Lake||2006|
|40||A||Mike Nelson||DFL||Brooklyn Park||2002|
|B||Samantha Vang||DFL||Brooklyn Center||2018|
|41||A||Connie Bernardy||DFL||New Brighton||2000|
|B||Sandra Feist||DFL||New Brighton||2020|
|B||Leon Lillie||DFL||North St. Paul||2004|
|45||A||Cedrick Frazier||DFL||New Hope||2020|
|B||Mike Freiberg||DFL||Golden Valley||2012|
|46||A||Ryan Winkler||DFL||Golden Valley||2006|
|B||Carlie Kotyza-Witthuhn||DFL||Eden Prairie||2018|
|52||A||Rick Hansen||DFL||South St. Paul||2004|
|B||Ruth Richardson||DFL||Mendota Heights||2018|
|54||A||Keith Franke||Republican||St. Paul Park||2020|
|B||Tony Jurgens||Republican||Cottage Grove||2016|
|55||A||Erik Mortensen||New Republican||Shakopee||2020|
|B||Tony Albright||Republican||Prior Lake||2012|
|57||A||Robert Bierman||DFL||Apple Valley||2018|
|64||A||Kaohly Her||DFL||Saint Paul||2018|
|B||Dave Pinto||DFL||Saint Paul||2014|
|65||A||Rena Moran||DFL||Saint Paul||2010|
|B||Carlos Mariani||DFL||Saint Paul||1990|
|66||A||Alice Hausman||DFL||Saint Paul||1989|
|B||Athena Hollins||DFL||Saint Paul||2020|
|67||A||Tim Mahoney||DFL||Saint Paul||1998|
|B||John Thompson||DFL||Saint Paul||2020|
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