Montana House of Representatives
|Montana State Legislature|
|4 terms (8 years)|
New session started
|January 7, 2019|
Speaker pro Tempore
Length of term
|Authority||Article V, Montana Constitution|
|Salary||$82.64/day + per diem|
| November 6, 2018 |
| November 3, 2020 |
|Redistricting||Montana Districting and Apportionment Commission|
|House of Representatives Chamber|
Montana State Capitol
|Montana House of Representatives|
The Montana House of Representatives is, with the Montana Senate, one of the two houses of the Montana Legislature. Composed of 100 members, the House elects its leadership every two years.
(Shading indicates majority caucus)
|64th Legislature (2015-2016)||59||41||100||0|
|65th Legislature (2017-2018)||59||41||100||0|
|66th Legislature (2019-2020)||58||42||100||0|
|Latest voting share||58%||42%|
In the event that the parties have a tie in number of members, the speaker and other officers are elected from the party who holds the governor's office. Thus, during the 61st legislature from 2007 to 2009, the Montana Democratic Party led the tied legislature as a result of the victory of Democrat Brian Schweitzer in the 2004 election.
|Speaker of the House||Greg Hertz||Republican|
|Speaker pro tempore||Wylie Galt||Republican|
|Majority Leader||Brad Tschida||Republican|
|Majority Whips||Becky Beard||Republican|
|Minority Leader||Casey Schreiner||Democratic|
|Minority Whips||Kim Abbott||Democratic|
|3||Debo Powers||Democratic||Polebridge||2019 (appointed)|
|11||Derek Skees||Republican||Kalispell||2016 (2011-2013)|
|13||Bob Brown||Republican||Thompson Falls||2014|
|14||Denley Loge||Republican||St. Regis||2016|
|15||Marvin Weatherwax Jr.||Democratic||Browning||2018|
|18||Llew Jones||Republican||Conrad||2018 (2005-2011)|
|19||Wendy McKamey||Republican||Great Falls||2014|
|20||Fred Anderson||Republican||Great Falls||2016|
|21||Edward Buttrey||Republican||Great Falls||2018|
|22||Lola Sheldon-Galloway||Republican||Great Falls||2016|
|23||Bradley Maxon Hamlett||Democratic||Cascade||2016|
|24||Barbara Bessette||Democratic||Great Falls||2018|
|25||Jasmine Krotkov||Democratic||Great Falls||2018|
|26||Casey Schreiner||Democratic||Great Falls||2012|
|27||Joshua Kassmier||Republican||Fort Benton||2018|
|30||Wylie Galt||Republican||Martinsdale||2016 (2013-2015)|
|31||Bridget Smith||Democratic||Wolf Point||2012|
|32||Jonathan Windy Boy||Democratic||Box Elder||2016 (2003-2007)|
|37||Eric Moore||Republican||Miles City||2018|
|38||Kenneth Holmlund||Republican||Miles City||2014|
|41||Rae Peppers||Democratic||Lame Deer||2012|
|42||Sharon Stewart-Peregoy||Democratic||Crow Agency||2016|
|53||Dennis Lenz||Republican||Billings||2016 (2013-2015)|
|65||Christopher Pope||Democratic||Bozeman||2018 (2015-2017)|
|67||Tom L. Burnett||Republican||Bozeman||2014 (2011-2013)|
|73||Jim Keane||Democratic||Butte||2016 (2001-2007)|
|74||Derek J. Harvey||Democratic||Butte||2018|
|75||Greg DeVries||Republican||Jefferson City||2018|
|78||Gordon Pierson||Democratic||Deer Lodge||2012|
|81||Mary Caferro||Democratic||Helena||2018 (2005-2011)|
|84||Mary Ann Dunwell||Democratic||Helena||2014|
|93||Joe Read||Republican||Ronan||2018 (2011-2013)|
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