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Legislature Control

Get to know the political landscape.

This chart details the number of members from each political party in each legislative chamber, as well as whether the executive office and legislature are controlled by the same party. Knowing the political make-up of the legislature can help you predict the likelihood of passage of a bill and target the political power in each state.

State Governor House / Assembly Senate
GOPDEMInd/Vacant GOPDEMInd/Vacant
Alabama Kay Ivey (R) 77 28 1V 27 8
Alaska Mike Dunleavy (R) 23 15 2I 13 7
Arizona Doug Ducey (R) 31 29 17 13
Arkansas Asa Hutchinson (R) 76 24 26 9
California Gavin Newsom (D) 19 61 10 28 2V
Colorado Jared Polis (D) 24 41 16 19
Connecticut Ned Lamont (D) 59 92 12 24
Delaware John Carney (D) 16 25 9 12
District of Columbia Mayor Muriel Bowser (D) N/A N/A 0 10 1I
Florida Ron DeSantis (R) 71 46 3V 23 17
Georgia Brian Kemp (R) 106 74 35 21
Guam Lourdes Leon Guerrero (D) N/A N/A 6 9
Hawaii David Ige (D) 5 46 1 24
Idaho Brad Little (R) 56 14 28 7
Illinois J.B. Pritzker (D) 44 74 19 40
Indiana Eric Holcomb (R) 67 33 40 10
Iowa Kim Reynolds (R) 54 46 32 17 1V
Kansas Laura Kelly (D) 84 41 29 11
Kentucky Matt Bevin (R) 61 39 29 9
Louisiana John Bel Edwards (D) 61 41 3I 25 14
Maine Janet Mills (D) 57 87 5I / 2V 14 21
Maryland Larry Hogan (R) 43 98 15 32
Massachusetts Charlie Baker (R) 32 127 1I 67 34
Michigan Gretchen Whitmer (D) 58 52 22 16
Minnesota Tim Walz (D) 58 75 1V 35 32
Mississippi Phil Bryant (R) 75 41 2I / 4V 33 19
Missouri Mike Parson (R) 116 47 24 10
Montana Steve Bullock (D) 58 42 30 20
Nebraska Pete Ricketts (R) unicameral, non-partisan legislature
Nevada Steve Sisolak (D) 13 28 1V 8 12 1V
New Hampshire Chris Sununu (R) 166 234 10 14
New Jersey Phil Murphy (D) 26 54 14 26
New Mexico Michelle Lujan Grisham (D) 24 46 16 26
New York Andrew Cuomo (D) 43 106 1I 22 40 1V
North Carolina Roy Cooper (D) 66 55 29 21
North Dakota Doug Burgum (R) 62 37 25 8
Ohio Mike DeWine (R) 66 33 24 9
Oklahoma Kevin Stitt (R) 76 25 39 9
Oregon Kate Brown (D) 22 38 12 18
Pennsylvania Tom Wolf (D) 109 91 3V 26 22 2V
Puerto Rico Ricardo Rosselló Nevares 23 New Progressive Party; 28 Popular Democratic Party 8 New Progressive Party; 18 Popular Democratic Party
Rhode Island Gina Raimondo (D) 9 66 5 33
South Carolina Henry McMaster (R) 80 44 26 19 1V
South Dakota Kristi Noem (R) 59 11 30 5
Tennessee Bill Lee (R) 73 26 26 5 1I / 1V
Texas Greg Abbott (R) 83 67 19 12
U.S. Virgin Islands Albert Bryan (D) N/A N/A 10 3I
Utah Gary Herbert (R) 58 17 23 6
Vermont Phil Scott (R) 43 95 6 22
Virginia Ralph Northam (D) 50 49 1V 21 18 1V
Washington Jay Inslee (D) 41 57 21 28
West Virginia Jim Justice (R) 59 41 1V 20 14
Wisconsin Tony Evers (D) 64 35 19 14
Wyoming Mark Gordon (R) 50 9 1I 27 3
United States President Donald J. Trump (R) 208 227 53 45 2I

Key

Blue indicates states with a Democratic-controlled legislature
Red indicates states with a Republican-controlled legislature
Orange indicates states with a split-control or non-partisan legislature
Italics indicates states in which the governor's office and both houses are controlled by the same party