This article's factual accuracy may be compromised due to out-of-date information. (January 2019)
|Missouri General Assembly|
|2 terms (8 years)|
New session started
|January 9, 2019|
Assistant Majority Floor Leader
Length of term
|Authority||Article III, Missouri Constitution|
|Salary||$35,915/year + per diem|
|November 3, 2020|
|November 8, 2022|
|State Senate Chamber|
Missouri State Capitol
Jefferson City, Missouri
|Missouri State Senate|
The Missouri Senate is the upper chamber of the Missouri General Assembly. It has 34 members, representing districts with an average population of 174,000.Its members serve four-year terms, with half the seats being up for election every two years. The Senate chooses a President Pro-tem to serve in the absence of the Lieutenant Governor or when he shall have to exercise the office of Governor of the State of Missouri if there is a vacancy in that office due to death, resignation, impeachment, or incapacitation. The Missouri State Congressional Term Limits Amendment, also known as Amendment 12, was on the November 3, 1992 ballot in Missouri as an initiated constitutional amendment, where it was approved. The measure amended the Constitution to prohibit a person from serving more than eight years in either the state house of representatives or state senate, or a total of sixteen years in both houses.
After the 2018 general election the party representation in the Senate was:
(Shading indicates majority caucus)
|End of previous legislature||24||10||34||0|
|Latest voting share||68%||24%|
|President Pro Tem of the Senate||Dave Schatz||Republican||Sullivan||26|
|Majority Leader||Caleb Rowden||Republican||Columbia||19|
|Assistant Majority Floor Leader||Wayne Wallingford||Republican||Cape Girardeau||27|
|Minority Leader||John Rizzo||Democratic||Kansas City||11|
|1||Scott Sifton||Democratic||St. Louis|
|2||Bob Onder||Republican||Lake St. Louis|
|3||Elaine Gannon||Republican||De Soto|
|4||Karla May||Democratic||St. Louis|
|5||Jamilah Nasheed||Democratic||St. Louis|
|6||Mike Bernskoetter||Republican||Jefferson City|
|7||Greg Razer||Democratic||Kansas City|
|8||Mike Cierpiot||Republican||Kansas City|
|9||Barbara Washington||Democratic||Kansas City|
|11||John Rizzo||Democratic||Kansas City|
|13||Gina Walsh||Democratic||Spanish Lake|
|14||Brian Williams||Democratic||St. Louis County|
|15||Andrew Koenig||Republican||Manchester (St. Louis Co.)|
|17||Lauren Arthur||Democratic||Kansas City|
|23||Bill Eigel||Republican||Weldon Spring|
|24||Jill Schupp||Democratic||St. Louis|
|25||Doug Libla||Republican||Poplar Bluff|
|27||Wayne Wallingford||Republican||Cape Girardeau|
|Administration||Dave Schatz||Caleb Rowden|
|Agriculture, Food Production and Outdoor Resources||Mike Bernskoetter||Denny Hoskins|
|Appropriations||Dan Hegeman||Lincoln Hough|
|Commerce, Consumer Protection, Energy and the Environment||Wayne Wallingford||Jeanie Riddle|
|Economic Development||Mike Cierpiot||Mike Cunningham|
|Education||Cindy O'Laughlin||Wayne Wallingford|
|Fiscal Oversight||Mike Cunningham||David Sater|
|General Laws||Bill Eigel||Doug Libla|
|Government Reform||Ed Emery||Eric Burlison|
|Gubernatorial Appointments||Dave Schatz||Caleb Rowden|
|Health and Pensions||Bob Onder||Andrew Koenig|
|Insurance and Banking||Paul Wieland||Mike Cunningham|
|Judiciary and Civil and Criminal Jurisprudence||Tony Luetkemeyer||Bob Onder|
|Local Government and Elections||Sandy Crawford||David Sater|
|Professional Registration||Jeanie Riddle||Eric Burlison|
|Progress and Development||Gina Walsh||Eric Burlison|
|Rules, Joint Rules, Resolutions and Ethics||Caleb Rowden||Dave Schatz|
|Seniors, Families and Children||David Sater||Cindy O'Laughlin|
|Small Business and Industry||Denny Hoskins||Paul Wieland|
|Transportation, Infrastructure and Public Safety||Doug Libla||Lincoln Hough|
|Veterans and Military Affairs||Bill White||Justin Brown|
|Ways and Means||Andrew Koenig||Bill Eigel|
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