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Wyoming House of Representatives
|66th Wyoming State Legislature|
New session started
|January 12, 2021|
Speaker pro Tempore
Length of term
|Authority||Article 3, Wyoming Constitution|
|Salary||$150/day + per diem|
| November 3, 2020 |
|November 8, 2022|
|House of Representatives Chamber|
Wyoming State Capitol
|Wyoming State Legislature|
The Wyoming House of Representatives is the lower house of the Wyoming State Legislature. There are 60 Representatives in the House, representing an equal number of single-member constituent districts across the state, each with a population of at least 9,000. The House convenes at the Wyoming State Capitol in Cheyenne.
Members of the House serve two year terms without term limits.Term limits were declared unconstitutional by the Wyoming Supreme Court in 2004, overturning a decade-old law that had restricted Representatives to six terms (twelve years).
The current Speaker of the House is Steve Harshman of District 37 (Casper).
(Shading indicates majority caucus)
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|Latest voting share||85%||2%||2%||12%|
|Speaker of the House||Eric Barlow||Rep||3|
|Majority Leader||Albert Sommers||Rep||20|
|Speaker pro tempore||Mike Greear||Rep||27|
|Majority Whip||Jared Olsen||Rep||11|
|Minority Leader||Cathy Connolly||Dem||13|
|Minority Whip||Andi Clifford||Dem||33|
|Minority Caucus Chairman||Mike Yin||Dem||16|
|1||Chip Neiman||Rep||Hulett||Crook, Weston|
|2||Hans Hunt||Rep||Newcastle||Converse, Goshen, Niobrara, Weston|
|3||Eric Barlow||Rep||Gillette||Converse, Campbell|
|5||Shelly Duncan||Rep||Lingle||Goshen, Platte|
|10||John Eklund Jr.||Rep||Cheyenne||Laramie|
|17||Chad Banks||Dem||Rock Springs||Sweetwater|
|18||Scott Heiner||Rep||Green River||Sweetwater, Uinta|
|22||Jim Roscoe||Ind||Wilson||Lincoln, Sublette, Teton|
|26||Jamie Flitner||Rep||Greybull||Big Horn, Park|
|28||John Winter||Rep||Thermopolis||Big Horn, Hot Springs, Park, Fremont|
|39||Marshall Burt||Lib||Green River||Sweetwater|
|40||Barry Crago||Rep||Buffalo||Johnson, Sheridan|
|47||Jerry Paxton||Rep||Encampment||Albany, Carbon, Sweetwater|
|48||Clark Stith||Rep||Rock Springs||Sweetwater|
|60||Mark Baker||Rep||Green River||Sweetwater|
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