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How Many State Legislatures Are Controlled by Republicans?

Party control of legislatures
Republican-controlled legislatures29
Democratic-controlled legislatures19
Split legislatures[1]2
Total50
StateState executiveLegislature nameLower houseUpper house
NameParty strengthTerm
(yrs.)
NameParty strengthTerm
(yrs.)
AlabamaGovernorLegislatureHouse of RepresentativesR 75–28, 1 vac4State SenateR 27–84
AlaskaGovernorLegislatureHouse of RepresentativesCoalition 23 (15D, 6R, 2 ind)–17R2SenateR 13–74
ArizonaGovernorState LegislatureHouse of RepresentativesR 31-292SenateR 17–132
ArkansasGovernorGeneral AssemblyHouse of RepresentativesR 76–25, 2 vac2SenateR 26–94
CaliforniaGovernorState Legislature[nb 1]State AssemblyD 61–17, 1 ind, 1 vac2State SenateD 29–114
ColoradoGovernorGeneral AssemblyHouse of RepresentativesD 41–242SenateD 19–164
ConnecticutGovernorGeneral AssemblyHouse of RepresentativesD 91–602SenateD 22–142
DelawareGovernorGeneral AssemblyHouse of RepresentativesD 26–152SenateD 12–94
FloridaGovernorLegislatureHouse of RepresentativesR 72–46, 2 vac2SenateR 23–174
GeorgiaGovernorGeneral AssemblyHouse of RepresentativesR 105–752State SenateR 35–212
HawaiiGovernorState LegislatureHouse of RepresentativesD 46–52SenateD 24–14
IdahoGovernorLegislatureHouse of RepresentativesR 56–142SenateR 28–72
IllinoisGovernorGeneral AssemblyHouse of RepresentativesD 73–44, 1 vac2SenateD 40–192 or 4
IndianaGovernorGeneral AssemblyHouse of RepresentativesR 66–33, 1 vac2SenateR 40–104
IowaGovernorGeneral AssemblyHouse of RepresentativesR 53–472SenateR 32–184
KansasGovernorLegislatureHouse of RepresentativesR 84–412SenateR 29–114
KentuckyGovernorGeneral AssemblyHouse of RepresentativesR 62–382SenateR 28–104
LouisianaGovernorState Legislature[nb 2]House of RepresentativesR 68–35, 2 ind4State SenateR 27–124
MaineGovernorLegislatureHouse of RepresentativesD 87–56, 6 ind, 2 vac2SenateD 21–142
MarylandGovernorGeneral AssemblyHouse of DelegatesD 99–424SenateD 32–14, 1 vac4
MassachusettsGovernorGeneral CourtHouse of RepresentativesD 127–31, 1 ind, 1 vac2SenateD 36–42
MichiganGovernorLegislatureHouse of RepresentativesR 58–51, 1 vac2SenateR 22–164
MinnesotaGovernorLegislatureHouse of RepresentativesD 75–55, 4 New Rep2SenateR 35–322, 4, 4
MississippiGovernorLegislatureHouse of RepresentativesR 73–45, 1 Ind, 3 vac4State SenateR 34-16, 2 vac4
MissouriGovernorGeneral AssemblyHouse of RepresentativesR 113–48, 2 vac2SenateR 23–8, 3 vac4
MontanaGovernorLegislatureHouse of RepresentativesR 58–422SenateR 30–204
NebraskaGovernorLegislatureLegislature[nb 3]R 30–18, 1 ind[nb 4]4
NevadaGovernorLegislatureAssemblyD 29–132SenateD 13–84
New HampshireGovernorGeneral CourtHouse of RepresentativesD 231–158, 1 ind, 10 vac2SenateD 14–102
New JerseyGovernorLegislatureGeneral AssemblyD 52–282SenateD 25–152, 4, 4
New MexicoGovernorLegislatureHouse of RepresentativesD 45–24, 1 vac2SenateD 26–164
New YorkGovernorLegislatureState AssemblyD 103–42, 1 ind, 4 vac2State SenateD 40–20, 3 vac2
North CarolinaGovernorGeneral AssemblyHouse of RepresentativesR 65–552SenateR 29–212
North DakotaGovernorLegislative AssemblyHouse of RepresentativesR 79–154SenateR 37–104
OhioGovernorGeneral AssemblyHouse of RepresentativesR 61–382SenateR 24–94
OklahomaGovernorLegislatureHouse of RepresentativesR 77–23, 1 vac2SenateR 38–9, 1 vac4
OregonGovernorLegislative AssemblyHouse of RepresentativesD 38–222State SenateD 18–124
PennsylvaniaGovernorGeneral AssemblyHouse of RepresentativesR 109–93, 1 vac2State SenateR 28–21, 1 ind4
Rhode IslandGovernorGeneral AssemblyHouse of RepresentativesD 66–8, 1 ind2SenateD 33–52
South CarolinaGovernorGeneral AssemblyHouse of RepresentativesR 78–45, 1 vac2SenateR 27–194
South DakotaGovernorLegislatureHouse of RepresentativesR 59–112SenateR 30–52
TennesseeGovernorGeneral AssemblyHouse of RepresentativesR 73–262SenateR 28–54
TexasGovernorLegislatureHouse of RepresentativesR 83–672SenateR 19–124
UtahGovernorState Legislature[nb 5]House of RepresentativesR 59–162SenateR 23–64
VermontGovernorGeneral AssemblyHouse of RepresentativesD 95–43, 7 P, 5 ind2SenateD 22–6, 2 P2
VirginiaGovernorGeneral AssemblyHouse of DelegatesD 55–44, 1 vac2SenateD 21–194
WashingtonGovernorState Legislature[nb 6]House of RepresentativesD 57–412State SenateD 29–204
West VirginiaGovernorLegislatureHouse of DelegatesR 58–41, 1 ind2SenateR 20–144
WisconsinGovernorLegislatureState AssemblyR 63–34, 2 vac2State SenateR 18–13, 2 vac4
WyomingGovernorLegislatureHouse of RepresentativesR 50–9, 1 Ind2SenateR 27–34

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