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Encyclopedia > Nevada Assembly

The Nevada Assembly is the lower house of the Nevada Legislature. It consists of 42 members elected to two-year terms, twice the number of members in the Nevada Senate. The Assembly, like the Senate, is composed of "citizen legislators", receiving a relatively small per diem fee for the first 60 days of a given session. This tends to self-select legislators to those with flexible jobs and/or large outside incomes, such as doctors and lawyers. The Assembly, again like the Senate, meets however long is necessary for the completion of all its business, up to a maximum of 120 days, beginning the first Monday in February of every odd-numbered year. While this is designed to limit the amount of time a legislator is away from their first job, in recent years 120 days has not been enough to complete legislative business, and after the last four regular sessions, special sessions have been called to finish up legislative business.


The Assembly leadership for the 2005 session included Speaker of the House Richard Perkins (D-Henderson), Speaker Pro Tempore Chris Giunchigliani (D-Las Vegas), Majority Leader Barbara Buckley (D-Las Vegas), and Minority Leader Lynn Hettrick (R-Carson City). 2005 (MMV) was a common year starting on Saturday of the Gregorian calendar. ... Richard Perkins is the current Speaker of the Nevada State Assembly. ... Henderson is the fastest-growing large city (over 150,000 pop. ... Nickname: The Entertainment Capital of the World Official website: http://www. ... Motto: Proud of its Past. ...


Nevada Assembly Members 2005 Session

Affiliation Members
  Democratic Party 26
  Republican Party 16
 Total
134
District Name Party
1 Marilyn Kirkpatrick Dem
2 Garn Mabey Rep
3 Peggy Pierce Dem
4 Frances Allen Rep
5 Valerie Weber Rep
6 Harvey Munford Dem
7 Morse Arberry Dem
8 Barbara Buckley Dem
9 Chris Giunchigliani Dem
10 Joe Hogan Dem
11 Bob McCleary Dem
12 Genie Ohrenschall Dem
13 Chad Christensen Rep
14 Ellen Koivisto Dem
15 Kathy McClain Dem
16 John Oceguera Dem
17 Kelvin Atkinson Dem
18 Mark Manendo Dem
19 Jerry Claborn Dem
20 Joe Hardy Rep
21 Bob Seale Rep
22 Scott Sibley Rep
23 Richard Perkins Dem
24 Brooks Holcomb Rep
25 Heidi Gansert Rep
26 Sharron Angle Rep
27 Sheila Leslie Dem
28 Mo Denis Dem
29 Susan Gerhardt Dem
30 Debbie Smith Dem
31 Bernie Anderson Dem
32 John Marvel Rep
33 John Carpenter Rep
34 William Horne Dem
35 Pete Goicoechea Rep
36 Rod Sherer Rep
37 Marcus Conklin Dem
38 Tom Grady Rep
39 Lynn Hettrick Rep
40 Bonnie Parnell Dem
41 David Parks Dem
42 Harry Mortenson Dem

Richard Perkins is the current Speaker of the Nevada State Assembly. ...

External link

  • Assembly website
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