77th West Virginia Senate

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Composition[edit]

2005-2007:

Affiliation Members
  Democratic Party 21 (62%)
  Republican Party 13 (38%)
 Total
34
 Government Majority
8

2007-2009:

Affiliation Members
  Democratic Party 23 (68%)
  Republican Party 11 (32%)
 Total
34
 Government Majority
12

Floor Leadership[edit]

Members[edit]

  • Billy Wayne Bailey (D-9th District), Majority Whip
  • Clark S. Barnes (R-15th District)
  • Donna J. Boley (R-3rd District)
  • Edwin J. Bowman (D-1st District)
  • Donald T. Caruth (R-10th District)
  • H. Truman Chafin (D-6th District), Majority Leader
  • J. Frank Deem (R-3rd District)
  • Tracy Dempsey (D-7th District)
  • Larry J. Edgell (D-2nd District)
  • Karen L. Facemyer (R-4th District)
  • John Pat Fanning (D-6th District)
  • Dan Foster (D-17th District)
  • Jesse O. Guills (R-10th District)
  • Steve Harrison (R-8th District)
  • Walt Helmick (D-15th District)
  • Jon Blair Hunter (D-14th District)
  • Evan Jenkins (D-5th District)
  • Jeffrey V. Kessler (D-2nd District)
  • Charles Lanham (R-4th District)
  • Shirley D. Love (D-11th District)
  • Brooks McCabe (D-17th District)
  • Andy McKenzie (R-1st District), Minority Whip
  • Joseph Minard (D-12th District)
  • Sarah M. Minear (R-14th District)
  • Michael A. Oliverio (D-13th District)
  • Robert H. Plymale (D-5th District)
  • Roman W. Prezioso (D-13th District)
  • William R. Sharpe (D-12th District), President Pro Tempore
  • Vic Sprouse (R-8th District), Minority Leader
  • Earl Ray Tomblin (D-7th District), President of the Senate - Lieutenant Governor
  • John Unger (D-16th District)
  • Russ Weeks (R-9th District)
  • Randy White (D-11th District)
  • John Yoder (R-16th District)

Committees[edit]

At the start each new Legislature, standing committees are appointed. The Senate President selects the chairpersons. The Rules of the Senate call for the following committees to be formed:

See also[edit]

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