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As of December 2014, who are the Michigan state representatives?

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There are 110 representatives to the Michigan State House of Representatives. As of January 2015, the Republican Party holds the majority of seats with 63 members. There are 47 Michigan state representatives who are members of the Democratic Party. Kevin Cotter is the Republican Speaker of the House.

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The Republican leadership in the Michigan State House consists of Speaker of the House Kevin Cotter, Speaker Pro Tempore Tom Leonard and Majority Floor Leader Aric Nesbitt.

Additional Republican members include Laura Cox, Kurt Heise, Pat Somerville, Anthony Forlini, Jeff Farrington, Andrea LaFontaine, Ken Goike, Peter Lucido, Kathy Crawford, Klint Kesto, Michael McCready, Martin Howrylak, Lana Theis, Jim Tedder, Jim Runestad, Michael Webber, Bradford Jacobsen, Henry Vaupel, Joseph Graves, Jason Sheppard, Nancy Jenkins, Eric Leutheuser, Aaron Miller, Brandt Iden, John Bizon, David Maturen, Earl Poleski, Brett Roberts, Rick Outman, Tom Barrett, Ken Yonker, Chris Afendoulis, Rob VerHeulen, Tom Hooker, Dave Pagel, Al Pscholka, Cindy Gamrat, Dan Lauwers, Todd Courser, Paul Muxlow, Edward Canfield, Ben Glardon, Lisa Posthumus Lyons, Mike Callton, Roger Victory, Amanda Price, Daniela Garcia, Holly Hughes, Tim Kelly, Joel Johnson, Gary Glenn, Jon Bumstead, Ray A. Franz, Phil Potvin, Bruce Rendon, Larry Inman, Triston Cole, Peter Pettalia, Lee Chatfield and Ed McBroom.

The Democratic leadership in the House consists of Democratic Leader Tim Greimel and Democratic Floor Leader Sam Singh.

Additional Democratic members are: Brian Banks, Alberta Talabi, Wendell Byrd, Rose Mary Robinson, Fred Durhal, Stephanie Chang, LaTanya Garrett, Sherry Gay-Dagnogo, Harvey Santana, Leslie Love, Julie Plawecki, Erika Geiss, Frank Liberati, Paul Clemente, George Darany, Robert Kosowski, Bill LaVoy, Sarah Roberts, Kristy Pagan, John Chirkun, Henry Yanez, Jim Townsend, Robert Wittenberg, Derek Miller, Marilyn Lane, Sheldon Neeley, Jeremy Moss, Christine Greig, Pam Faris, Phil Phelps, Charles Smiley, Gretchen Driskell, Jeff Irwin, David Rutledge, Adam Zemke, Jon Hoadley, Tom Cochran, Andy Schor, Brandon Dillon, Winnie Brinks, Marcia Hovey-Wright, Vanessa Guerra, Charles Brunner, John Kivela and Scott Dianda.

Representatives serve two-year terms, with elections held in even-numbered years. The 2015-16 term began Jan. 1, 2015.

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