The 77th Oregon Legislative Assembly convened beginning on January 14, 2013, for the first of its two regular sessions. All of the 60 seats in the House of Representatives and 16 of the 30 seats in the State Senate were up for election in 2012; the general election for those seats took place on November 6, 2012.
The Democratic Party of Oregon retained its 16–14 majority in the Senate, and took a 34–26 majority in the House, which in the previous session had been split evenly with the Oregon Republican Party.
Based on the results of the 2012 elections, the Oregon State Senate will be composed of 16 Democrats and 14 Republicans, the same composition as in the previous session.
Senate members 
The Oregon State Senate is composed of 16 Democrats and 14 Republicans, the same composition as the previous session.
Senate President: Peter Courtney (D–11 Salem)
President Pro Tem: Ginny Burdick (D–18 Portland)
Majority Leader: Diane Rosenbaum (D–21 Portland)
Minority Leader: Ted Ferrioli (R–30 John Day)
House members 
Based on the results of the 2012 elections, the Oregon House of Representatives will be composed of 34 Democrats and 26 Republicans. Prior to the elections, the House was evenly split between 30 Democrats and 30 Republicans.
Speaker: Tina Kotek (D–44 Portland)
Majority Leader: Val Hoyle (D–14 Eugene)
Minority Leader: Mike McLane (R–55 Powell Butte)
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