List of members of the 80th West Virginia House of Delegates

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This is a list of members of the 80th West Virginia House of Delegates. It contains members of the West Virginia House of Delegates for the 80th West Virginia Legislature, which convened in January 2011.[1]

Leadership of the 80th West Virginia House of Delegates[edit]

Position Name Party District County
Speaker of the House Richard Thompson Democratic 17 Wayne Co.
Speaker pro tempore Ron Fragale Democratic 41 Harrison Co.
Majority Leader Brent Boggs Democratic 34 Braxton Co.
Minority Leader Tim Armstead Republican 32 Kanawha Co.
Majority Whip Mike Caputo Democratic 43 Marion Co.
Minority Whip Mitch Carmichael Republican 12 Jackson Co.

Members of the 80th West Virginia House of Delegates, by District[edit]

District Representative Party County of Residence
1 Ronnie D. Jones Dem Hancock
Randy Swartzmiller Dem
2 Philip W. Diserio[2] Dem Brooke
Roy E. Givens Dem
3 Ryan Ferns[3] Dem Ohio
Erikka Storch Rep Ohio
4 Michael T. Ferro Dem Marshall
Scott Varner Dem
5 Dave Pethtel Dem Wetzel
6 Wm. Roger Romine Rep Tyler
7 Lynwood "Woody" Ireland Rep Ritchie
8 William Anderson Rep Wood
9 Anna Border[4] Rep
10 Tom Azinger Rep
John N. Ellem Rep
Daniel Poling Dem Wood
11 Bob Ashley Rep Roane
12 Mitch B. Carmichael Rep Jackson
13 Helen Martin[5] Dem Putnam
Brady Paxton Dem
14 Troy Andes Rep Putnam
Brian Savilla Rep
15 Kevin J. Craig Dem Cabell
Carol Miller Rep Cabell
Jim Morgan Dem Cabell
16 Doug Reynolds Dem
Kelli Sobonya Rep Cabell
Dale Stephens Dem Cabell
17 Richard Thompson Dem Wayne
Don Perdue Dem
18 Larry W. Barker Dem Boone
19 Greg Butcher Dem Logan
Rupert "Rupie" Phillips Jr. Dem
Ralph Rodighiero Dem
Josh Stowers Dem Lincoln
20 Justin Marcum[6] Dem Mingo
21 Harry Keith White Dem
22 Daniel J. Hall Dem Wyoming
Linda Goode Phillips Dem
23 Clif Moore Dem McDowell
24 Marty Gearheart Rep Mercer
25 Joe Ellington Rep Mercer
John R. Frazier Dem Mercer
26 Gerald L. Crosier Dem Monroe
27 Virginia Mahan Dem Summers
Rick Moye Dem Raleigh
John O'Neal Rep Raleigh
Rick Snuffer Rep
Linda Sumner Rep
28 Thomas W. Campbell Dem Greenbrier
Ray Canterbury Rep Greenbrier
29 David Perry Dem Fayette
John Pino Dem
Margaret Anne Staggers Dem
30 Bonnie Brown Dem Kanawha
Nancy Peoples Guthrie Dem
Barbara Hatfield Dem
Mark Hunt Dem
Eric Nelson Rep Kanawha
Doug Skaff, Jr. Dem Kanawha
Danny Wells Dem
31 Meshea Poore Dem
32 Tim Armstead Rep Kanawha
Patrick Lane Rep
Ron Walters Rep
33 David Walker Dem Clay
34 Brent Boggs Dem Braxton
35 Harold Sigler Rep Nicholas
36 Joe Talbott Dem Webster
37 Denise L. Campbell Dem Randolph
Bill Hartman Dem
38 Peggy Donaldson Smith Dem Lewis
39 Bill Hamilton Rep Upshur
40 Mary M. Poling Dem Barbour
41 Samuel J. "Sam" Cann Dem Harrison
Ron Fragale Dem
Richard J. Iaquinta Dem
Tim Miley Dem
42 Mike Manypenny Dem Taylor
43 Mike Caputo Dem Marion
Linda Longstreth Dem
Tim Manchin Dem
44 Anthony Barill Dem Monongalia
Barbara Evans Fleischauer Dem
Charlene Marshall Dem
Amanda Pasdon Rep Monongalia
45 Larry A. Williams Dem Preston
46 Stan Shaver Dem
47 Harold Michael Dem Hardy
48 Allen V. Evans Rep Grant
49 Gary G. Howell Rep Mineral
50 Ruth Rowan Rep Hampshire
51 Daryl E. Cowles Rep Morgan
52 Larry D. Kump Rep Berkeley
53 Jonathan Miller Rep
54 Walter E. Duke Rep
55 John Overington Rep
56 Eric Householder Rep Jefferson
57 John Doyle Dem Jefferson
58 Tiffany Lawrence Dem

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ "West Virginia’s 80th Legislature Begins Consideration of State Budget". WRAP-UP: The Newsletter of the West Virginia Legislature (Volume XXII, Issue 1). West Virginia Legislature. January 19, 2011. On Wednesday, January 12, 2011, the 1st Regular Session of the 80th West Virginia Legislature began 
  2. ^ appointed by Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin following the resignation of Delegate Tim Ennis
  3. ^ following his April 20, 2012 arrest for DUI, Ferns announced to the media on April 26, 2012 that he would resign from the West Virginia House of Delegates; he subsequently rescinded that resignation announcement on May 11<http://www.news-register.net/page/content.detail/id/569861/Ferns-Not-Giving-up-W-Va--House----.html?nav=515>
  4. ^ appointed on June 21, 2011 by Acting Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin following the death of Delegate Larry Border who died on June 8, 2011
  5. ^ appointed on May 17, 2011 by Acting Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin following the death of Delegate Dale Martin who died on May 4, 2011
  6. ^ appointed by Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin on Jan. 17, 2012 following the resignation of Delegate Steve Kominar

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