The Vermont House of Representatives is the lower house of the Vermont General Assembly, the state legislature of the U.S. state of Vermont. The House comprises 150 members. Vermont legislative districting divides representing districts into 66 single-member districts and 42 two-member constituences, with each member representing around 4,100 citizens. Representatives are elected to a two year term without term limits.
The current Speaker is Democrat Gaye Symington of the Chittenden-8 Representative District. In her position, she is the most powerful woman in the state of Vermont. The Majority Leader is Carolyn Partridge of the Windham-4 Representative District. The Minority Leader is Republican Steven Adams of the Windsor-4 Representative District.
|Speaker of the House||Gaye Symington||Democratic||Jericho||Chittenden-8|
|Majority Leader||Carolyn Partridge||Democratic||Windham||Windam-4|
|Assistant Majority Leader||Floyde Nease||Democratic||Lamoille||Lamoille-4|
|Minority Leader||Steven Adams||Republican||Hartland||Windsor-4|
|Assistant Minority Leader||Patti Komline||Republican||Dorset||Bennington-Rutland-1|
|Vermont Progressive Party||6|
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