House of Representatives
|South Dakota State Legislature|
|4 terms (8 years)|
New session started
|January 14, 2020|
Speaker pro Tempore
Length of term
|Authority||Article III, South Dakota Constitution|
|Salary||$6,000/session + $142 per legislative day|
|November 6, 2018|
|November 3, 2020|
|House of Representatives Chamber|
South Dakota State Capitol
Pierre, South Dakota
|South Dakota State Legislature|
The South Dakota House of Representatives is the lower house of the South Dakota State Legislature. It is made up of 70 members, two from each legislative district. Two of the state's 35 legislative districts, Districts 26 and 28, are each subdivided into two single-member districts (26A/26B and 28A/28B).
(Shading indicates majority caucus)
|June 27, 2017||59||69||1|
|September 5, 2017||60||70||0|
|November 23, 2017||59||69||1|
|Latest voting share||84.3%||15.7%|
|Speaker of the House||Steven Haugaard||Republican||10|
|Speaker pro tempore||Spencer Gosch||Republican||23|
|Majority Leader||Lee Qualm||Republican||21|
|Assistant Majority Leader||Arch Beal||Republican||12|
|Majority Whips||Michael Diedrich||Republican||34|
|Kevin D. Jensen||Republican||16|
|Minority Leader||Jamie Smith||Democratic||15|
|Assistant Minority Leader||Steven McCleerey||Democratic||1|
|Minority Whip||Erin Healy||Democratic||14|
|Tamara St. John||Republican||Sisseston|
|Carl E. Perry||Republican||Aberdeen|
|10||Steven Haugaard||Republican||Sioux Falls|
|Doug Barthel||Republican||Sioux Falls|
|11||Mark Willadsen||Republican||Sioux Falls|
|Chris Karr||Republican||Sioux Falls|
|12||Arch Beal||Republican||Sioux Falls|
|Manny Steele||Republican||Sioux Falls|
|13||Sue Peterson||Republican||Sioux Falls|
|Kelly Sullivan||Democratic||Sioux Falls|
|14||Larry Zikmund||Republican||Sioux Falls|
|Erin Healy||Democratic||Sioux Falls|
|15||Jamie Smith||Democratic||Sioux Falls|
|Linda Duba||Democratic||Sioux Falls|
|Marty Overweg||Republican||New Holland|
|22||Roger D. Chase||Republican||Huron|
|25||Tom Pischke||Republican||Dell Rapids|
|Jon Hansen||Republican||Dell Rapids|
|Peri Pourier||Democratic||Pine Ridge|
|28B||Sam Marty||Republican||Prairie City|
|29||Thomas J. Brunner||Republican||Nisland|
|30||Julie Frye-Mueller||Republican||Rapid City|
|Tim Goodwin||Republican||Rapid City|
|32||Scyller Borglum||Republican||Rapid City|
|Chris P. Johnson||Republican||Rapid City|
|33||Taffy Howard||Republican||Rapid City|
|David Johnson||Republican||Rapid City|
|34||Michael Diedrich||Republican||Rapid City|
|Jess Olson||Republican||Rapid City|
|35||Tina Mulally||Republican||Rapid City|
|Tony Randolph||Republican||Rapid City|
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