List of members of the 79th West Virginia House of Delegates

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This List of members of the 79th West Virginia House of Delegates lists the presumed members of the House of Delegates for the 79th West Virginia Legislature.

House of Delegates Leadership[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 Larry Border Republican 9 Wood Co.

List of Members in the House of Delegates by District[edit]

District Representative Party County(ies)
1 Pat McGeehan Republican Hancock
Randy Swartzmiller Democratic
2 Timothy Ennis Democratic Brooke, Ohio (part)
Roy E. Givens Democratic
3 Tal Hutchins Democratic Ohio (part)
Orphy Klempa Democratic
4 Michael T. Ferro Democratic Marshall
Scott Varner Democratic
5 Dave Pethtel Democratic Monongalia (part), Wetzel
6 Wm. Roger Romine Republican Doddridge, Tyler
7 Lynwood "Woody" Ireland Republican Pleasants, Ritchie
8 William Anderson Republican Wood (part)
9 Larry Border Republican Wirt, Wood (part)
10 Tom Azinger Republican Wood (part)
John N. Ellem Democratic
Daniel Poling Democratic
11 Bob Ashley Republican Jackson (part), Roane
12 Mitch B. Carmichael Republican Jackson (part)
13 Dale Martin Democratic Jackson (part), Mason (part), Putnam
Brady Paxton Democratic
14 Troy Andes Republican Mason (part), Putnam (part)
Patti Eagloski Schoen Republican
15 Kevin J. Craig Democratic Cabell (part), Lincoln (part)
Carol Miller Republican
Jim Morgan Democratic
16 Doug Reynolds Republican Cabell (part)
Kelli Sobonya Republican
Dale Stephens Democratic
17 Richard Thompson Democratic Wayne (part)
Don Perdue Democratic
18 Larry W. Barker Democratic Boone (part)
19 Greg Butcher Democratic Boone (part), Lincoln (part),
Logan (part), Putnam (part)
Jeff Eldridge Democratic
Ralph Rodighiero Democratic
Josh Stowers Democratic
20 K. Steven Kominar Democratic Mingo (part), Wayne (part)
21 Harry Keith White Democratic McDowell (part), Mingo (part)
22 Daniel J. Hall Democratic McDowell (part), Mercer (part), Wyoming
Linda Goode Phillips Democratic
23 Clif Moore Democratic McDowell (part)
24 Bill Cole[1] Republican Mercer (part)
25 John R. Frazier Democratic Mercer (part)
T. Mike Porter, Jr.[2] Republican
26 Gerald L. Crosier Democratic Monroe, Summers (part)
27 Virginia Mahan Democratic Raleigh, Summers (part)
Rick Moye Democratic
Linda Sumner Republican
Sally Susman Democratic
William R. "Bill" Wooten Democratic
28 Thomas W. Campbell Democratic Greenbrier
Ray Canterbury Republican
29 Tom Louisos Democratic Clay (part), Fayette, Nicholas (part)
David Perry Democratic
Margaret Anne Staggers Democratic
30 Bonnie Brown Democratic Kanawha (part)
Nancy Peoples Guthrie Democratic
Barbara Hatfield Democratic
Mark Hunt Democratic
Doug Skaff, Jr. Democratic
Sharon Spencer Democratic
Danny Wells Democratic
31 Meshea Poore[3] Democratic Kanawha (part)
32 Tim Armstead Republican Kanawha (part)
Patrick Lane Republican
Ron Walters Republican
33 David Walker Democratic Calhoun, Clay (part), Gilmer (part)
34 Brent Boggs Democratic Braxton, Gilmer (part)
35 Sam J. Argento[4] Democratic Nicholas (part)
36 Joe Talbott Democratic Nicholas (part), Webster
37 Bill Hartman Democratic Pocahontas, Randolph
Mike Ross[5] Democratic
38 Peggy Donaldson Smith Democratic Lewis, Upshur (part)
39 Bill Hamilton Republican Upshur (part)
40 Mary M. Poling Democratic Barbour, Upshur (part)
41 Samuel J. "Sam" Cann Democratic Harrison, Marion (part)
Ron Fragale Democratic
Richard J. Iaquinta Democratic
Tim Miley Democratic
42 Mike Manypenny Democratic Marion (part), Monongalia (part), Taylor
43 Mike Caputo Republican Marion (part), Monongalia (part)
Linda Longstreth Republican
Tim Manchin Democratic
44 Robert "Bob" Beach Democratic Monongalia (part)
Barbara Evans Fleischauer Democratic
Charlene Marshall Democratic
Alex J. Shook Democratic
45 Larry A. Williams Democratic Preston (part)
46 Stan Shaver Democratic Preston (part), Tucker
47 Harold Michael Democratic Hardy, Pendleton (part)
48 Allen R. Evans Republican Grant, Mineral (part), Pendleton (part)
49 Robert A. Schadler Republican Mineral (part)
50 Ruth Rowan Republican Hampshire (part), Mineral (part)
51 Daryl E. Cowles Republican Hampshire (part), Morgan (part)
52 Craig P. Blair Republican Berkeley (part), Morgan (part)
53 Jonathan Miller Republican Berkeley (part)
54 Walter E. Duke Republican Berkeley (part)
55 John Overington Republican Berkeley (part)
56 Terry L. Walker[6] Democratic Berkeley (part), Jefferson (part)
57 John Doyle Democratic Jefferson (part)
58 Tiffany Lawrence Democratic Jefferson (part)
  1. ^ appointed May 28, 2010 to fill vacancy caused by the resignation of Delegate John Shott who resigned May 25, 2010
  2. ^ appointed October 7, 2010 to fill vacancy caused by the death of T. Mike Porter, Sr. who died September 27, 2010 [1]
  3. ^ appointed December 18, 2009 to fill vacancy caused by the resignation of Delegate Carrie Webster who resigned December 4, 2009
  4. ^ died October 28, 2010
  5. ^ appointed January 9, 2009 to fill vacancy caused by the death of Delegate Bill Proudfoot who died December 24, 2008
  6. ^ appointed to fill vacancy caused resignation of Delegate Bob Tabb

Composition[edit]

2009–2011:

Affiliation Members
  Democratic Party 71
  Republican Party 29
 Total
100
 Majority
42

See also[edit]

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