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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) 70 33 2V 26 7 1I / 1V
Alaska Bill Walker (I) 21 17 2I 14 6
Arizona Doug Ducey (R) 35 25 17 13
Arkansas Asa Hutchinson (R) 76 24 26 9
California Jerry Brown (D) 25 54 1V 13 27
Colorado John Hickenlooper (D) 28 37 18 17
Connecticut Dannel Malloy (D) 72 79 18 18
Delaware John Carney (D) 16 25 10 11
District of Columbia Mayor Muriel Bowser (D) N/A N/A 0 10 1I
Florida Rick Scott (R) 77 41 2V 24 15 1V
Georgia Nathan Deal (R) 118 62 38 18
Guam Eddie Calvo (R) N/A N/A 6 9
Hawaii David Ige (D) 5 46 0 25
Idaho C.L. "Butch" Otter (R) 59 11 29 6
Illinois Bruce Rauner (R) 51 67 22 37
Indiana Eric Holcomb (R) 70 30 41 9
Iowa Kim Reynolds (R) 59 41 29 20 1I
Kansas Sam Brownback (R) 85 40 31 9
Kentucky Matt Bevin (R) 64 36 27 11
Louisiana John Bel Edwards (D) 60 41 3I / 1V 25 14
Maine Paul LePage (R) 70 75 5I / 1V 18 17
Maryland Larry Hogan (R) 50 91 14 33
Massachusetts Charlie Baker (R) 35 125 6 33 1V
Michigan Rick Snyder (R) 63 45 2V 27 11
Minnesota Mark Dayton (D) 77 57 34 33
Mississippi Phil Bryant (R) 73 47 2V 32 20
Missouri Eric Greitens (R) 114 45 4V 24 9 1V
Montana Steve Bullock (D) 59 41 32 18
Nebraska Pete Ricketts (R) unicameral, non-partisan legislature
Nevada Brian Sandoval (R) 15 27 9 10 1I / 1V
New Hampshire Chris Sununu (R) 219 173 3I / 5V 14 10
New Jersey Chris Christie (R) 28 52 16 24
New Mexico Susana Martinez (R) 32 38 16 26
New York Andrew Cuomo (D) 43 107 1I 31 23 1I
North Carolina Roy Cooper (D) 75 45 35 15
North Dakota Doug Burgum (R) 81 13 38 9
Ohio John Kasich (R) 66 33 23 9 1V
Oklahoma Mary Fallin (R) 71 28 2V 39 7 2V
Oregon Kate Brown (D) 25 35 13 17
Pennsylvania Tom Wolf (D) 121 80 2V 34 16
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) 11 64 5 33
South Carolina Henry McMaster (R) 78 43 3V 28 18
South Dakota Dennis Daugaard (R) 60 10 29 6
Tennessee Bill Haslam (R) 74 25 28 5
Texas Greg Abbott (R) 94 56 20 11
U.S. Virgin Islands Kenneth Mapp (I) N/A N/A 10 3I
Utah Gary Herbert (R) 62 13 24 5
Vermont Phil Scott (R) 52 84 14I 7 23
Virginia Terry McAuliffe (D) 66 34 21 19
Washington Jay Inslee (D) 48 50 25 24
West Virginia Jim Justice (R) 63 37 22 12
Wisconsin Scott Walker (R) 64 35 19 13 1V
Wyoming Matt Mead (R) 51 9 27 3
United States President Donald J. Trump (R) 245 188 2V 54 44 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