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Encyclopedia > Georgia House of Representatives

The Georgia House of Representatives is the lower house of the General Assembly (the state legislature) of Georgia.


According to the state constitution of 1983, this body is to be comprised of no fewer than 180 members elected for two-year terms. Current state law provides for 180 members. Elections are held the first Tuesday after the first Monday in November in even-numbered years.


Current Members

Below is a list of the current members and the district they represent.

  • Amos Amerson - 9
  • Alberta Anderson - 100
  • Kathy Ashe - 42 (Post 2)
  • Charles Bannister - 70
  • Terry Barnard - 121 (Post 1)
  • Mike Barnes - 84 (Post 2)
  • Sharon Beasley-Teague - 48 (Post 2)
  • Stephanie Stuckey Benfield - 56 (Post 1)
  • Ken Birdsong - 104
  • Ellis Black - 144
  • Mike Boggs - 145
  • Tom Bordeaux - 125
  • Ron Borders - 142
  • Ben Bridges - 7
  • Craig Brock - 5
  • Tyrone Brooks - 47
  • Hugh Broome - 141 (Post 2)
  • Jeff Brown - 89
  • Roger Bruce - 45
  • Tom Buck - 112
  • Debbie Buckner - 109
  • Gail Buckner - 82
  • Barbara Bunn - 63
  • Mark Burkhalter - 36
  • Sue Burmeister - 96
  • Mark Butler - 88 (Post 1)
  • David Casas - 68
  • Jill Chambers - 53
  • Mickey Channell - 77
  • Buddy Childers - 13 (Post 1)
  • Mike Coan - 67 (Post 1)
  • Brooks Coleman - 65
  • Terry Coleman - 118
  • Sharon Cooper - 30
  • Mack Crawford - 91
  • Bill Cummings - 19
  • Burke Day - 126
  • Douglas Dean - 49
  • Buddy DeLoach - 127
  • Scott Dix - 70 (Post 2)
  • Ron Dodson - 84 (Post 1)
  • Matt Dollar - 31
  • Pat Dooley - 33 (Post 3)
  • John Douglas - 73
  • Karla Drenner - 57
  • Winfred Dukes - 136
  • Earl Ehrhart - 28
  • Chris Elrod - 25
  • Carl Von Epps - 90
  • Barry Fleming - 79
  • Hugh Floyd - 69 (Post 2)
  • Johnny Floyd - 132
  • Virgil Fludd - 48 (Post 4)
  • Ron Forster - 3 (Post 1)
  • Bobby Franklin - 17
  • Pat Gardner - 42 (Post 3)
  • Rich Golick - 34 (Post 3)
  • Tom Graves - 10
  • David Graves - 106
  • Gerald Greene - 134
  • Teresa Greene-Johnson - 60 (Post 3)
  • Bob Hanner - 133
  • Ben Harbin - 80
  • Chuck Harper - 88 (Post 2)
  • Sally Harrell - 54
  • Keith Heard - 75
  • John Heard - 70 (Post 3)
  • Bill Heath - 18
  • Joe Heckstall - 48 (Post 3)
  • Bill Hembree - 46
  • Michele Henson - 55
  • Cecily Hill - 147
  • Calvin Hill - 16
  • Victor Hill - 81
  • Roger Hines - 35
  • Bob Holmes - 48 (Post 1)
  • Penny Houston - 139
  • Henry Howard - 98
  • Lee Howell - 92
  • Sistie Hudson - 95
  • Carolyn Hugley - 113
  • Lester Jackson - 124 (Post 1)
  • Lynmore James - 114
  • Jeanette Jamieson - 22
  • Charles Jenkins - 8
  • Curtis Jenkins - 93
  • Jan Jones - 38
  • Darryl Jordan - 83
  • Brian Joyce - 2
  • Jerry Keen - 146
  • Tom Knox - 14 (Post 1)
  • Bob Lane - 101
  • Jeff Lewis - 12
  • Jimmy Lord - 103
  • David Lucas - 105
  • John Lunsford - 85 (Post 2)
  • George Maddox - 59 (Post 2)
  • Randal Mangham - 62
  • Judy Manning - 32
  • Pedro"Pete" Marin - 66
  • Chuck Martin - 37
  • Barbara Massey Reece - 11
  • Howard Maxwell - 27
  • Louise McBee - 74
  • Tom McCall - 78
  • JoAnn McClinton - 59 (Post 1)
  • Fran Millar - 52
  • James Mills - 67 (Post 2)
  • Billy Mitchell - 61 (Post 3)
  • Barbara Mobley - 58
  • Nick Moraitakis - 42 (Post 4)
  • Alisha Thomas Morgan - 33 (Post 2)
  • Greg Morris - 120
  • Howard Mosby - 59 (Post 3)
  • Hinson Mosley - 129 (Post 1)
  • Quincy Murphy - 97
  • Jack Murphy - 14 (Post 2)
  • John Noel - 44
  • Mary Margaret Oliver - 56 (Post 2)
  • Bert Oliver - 121 (Post 2)
  • Larry O'Neal - 117
  • Nan Orrock - 51
  • Bobby Parham - 94
  • Butch Parrish - 102
  • Don Parsons - 29
  • DuBose Porter - 119
  • Alan Powell - 23
  • Ann Purcell - 122
  • David Ralston - 6
  • Nikki Randall - 107
  • Robert Ray - 108
  • Stacey Reece - 21
  • Tom Rice - 64
  • Glenn Richardson - 26
  • Jay Roberts - 131
  • Lawrence Roberts - 135
  • Carl Rogers - 20
  • Chip Rogers - 15
  • Richard Royal - 140
  • Ed Rynders - 137
  • Ron Sailor - 61 (Post 1)
  • Austin Scott - 138
  • Jay Shaw - 143
  • Donna Sheldon - 71 (Post 2)
  • Wallace Sholar - 141 (Post 1)
  • Chuck Sims - 130
  • Georganna Sinkfield - 50
  • Jimmy Skipper - 116
  • Bob Smith - 76
  • Tommy Smith - 129 (Post 2)
  • Lynn Smith - 87
  • Paul Smith - 13 (Post 2)
  • Vance Smith - 110
  • Calvin Smyre - 111
  • Mike Snow - 1
  • LaNett Stanley-Turner - 43 (Post 2)
  • Ron Stephens - 123
  • Mickey Stephens - 124 (Post 2)
  • Pam Stephenson - 60 (Post 1)
  • Jim Stokes - 72
  • Doug Stoner - 34 (Post 1)
  • Rob Teilhet - 34 (Post 2)
  • Doug Teper - 42 (Post 1)
  • "Able" Mable Thomas - 43 (Post 1)
  • Curt Thompson - 69 (Post 1)
  • Larry Walker - 115
  • Len Walker - 71
  • Pete Warren - 99
  • Stan Watson - 60 (Post 2)
  • Lynn Westmoreland - 86
  • Jack White - 3 (Post 2)
  • Joe Wilkinson - 41
  • Wendell Willard - 40
  • Al Williams - 128
  • Earnest "Coach" Williams - 61 (Post 2)
  • Roger Williams - 4
  • Don Wix - 33 (Post 1)
  • John Yates - 85 (Post 1)

External links


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georgia.gov - Legislature (251 words)
The Georgia General Assembly, the formal title of the legislature, was formed in 1777 and is older than the United States Congress.  At the time of its origin, the legislature consisted of a single house, but in 1789 it became a bicameral body, consisting of a House of Representatives and a Senate.
The House of Representatives and Senate operate with similar powers, except that appropriation bills must originate in the House, while confirmation of the Governor’s appointments rests with the Senate.  The concurrence of both bodies is necessary before any bill may become a law.
The House of Representatives has 180 members and the Senate has 56.  Two-year terms of office apply to both houses, and the entire membership of each body is elected at the same time.
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