Legislative Partisan Splits

2022 Legislative Partisan Splits

Partisan Splits: R-63 | D-36

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Updated 8/16/2022

Color code:

  • Democratic Controlled Chambers - Blue 
  • Republican Controlled Chambers - Red 
  • Split Chambers - Purple 
  • Democratic Supermajority States - Dark Blue 
  • Republican Supermajority States - Dark Red
State Chamber Party Control Democrat Republican Independent Vacant Other Total Seats
Alabama House R 28 75 2 105
Alabama Senate R 8 27 35
Alaska House R * 15 21 1 3 40
Alaska Senate R 7 13 20
Arizona House R 29 31 60
Arizona Senate R 14 16 30
Arkansas House R 22 78 100
Arkansas Senate R 7 27 1 35
California Assembly D 55 19 1 5 80
California Senate D 31 9 40
Colorado House D 41 24 65
Colorado Senate D 20 15 35
Connecticut House D 97 53 1 151
Connecticut Senate D 23 13 36
Delaware House D 25 15 1 41
Delaware Senate D 14 7 21
Florida House R 41 78 1 120
Florida Senate R 15 24 1 40
Georgia House R 77 102 1 180
Georgia Senate R 22 34 56
Hawaii House D 46 4 1 51
Hawaii Senate D 24 1 25
Idaho House R 12 58 70
Idaho Senate R 7 28 35
Illinois House D 73 45 118
Illinois Senate D 41 18 59
Indiana House R 31 69 100
Indiana Senate R 11 39 50
Iowa House R 40 60 100
Iowa Senate R 18 32 50
Kansas House R 39 86 125
Kansas Senate R 11 29 40
Kentucky House R 25 75 100
Kentucky Senate R 8 30 38
Louisiana House R 33 68 3 1 105
Louisiana Senate R 12 27 39
Maine House D 81 65 3 1 150
Maine Senate D 22 13 35
Maryland House D 99 42 141
Maryland Senate D 32 15 47
Massachusetts House D 127 28 4 1 160
Massachusetts Senate D 37 3 40
Michigan House R 51 55 4 110
Michigan Senate R 16 22 38
Minnesota House D 69 64 1 134
Minnesota Senate R 31 34 1 1 67
Mississippi House R 42 77 3 122
Mississippi Senate R 16 36 52
Missouri House R 49 108 6 163
Missouri Senate R 10 24 34
Montana House R 32 68 100
Montana Senate R 19 31 50
Nebraska Unicameral NP ** 49 49
Nevada Assembly D 26 16 42
Nevada Senate D 11 9 1 21
New Hampshire House R 183 206 2 9 400
New Hampshire Senate R 10 14 24
New Jersey House D 46 34 80
New Jersey Senate D 24 16 40
New Mexico House D 45 24 1 70
New Mexico Senate D 26 15 1 42
New York Assembly D 106 42 2 150
New York Senate D 43 20 63
North Carolina House R 51 69 120
North Carolina Senate R 22 28 50
North Dakota House R 14 80 94
North Dakota Senate R 7 40 47
Ohio House R 35 63 1 99
Ohio Senate R 8 25 33
Oklahoma House R 18 82 1 101
Oklahoma Senate R 9 39 48
Oregon House D 37 23 60
Oregon Senate D 18 11 1 30
Pennsylvania House R 88 112 3 203
Pennsylvania Senate R 20 28 1 1 50
Rhode Island House D 66 9 75
Rhode Island Senate D 33 5 38
South Carolina House R 43 79 2 124
South Carolina Senate R 16 29 1 46
South Dakota House R 8 62 70
South Dakota Senate R 3 32 35
Tennessee House R 26 73 99
Tennessee Senate R 5 27 1 33
Texas House R 65 85 150
Texas Senate R 12 18 30
Utah House R 17 58 75
Utah Senate R 6 23 29
Vermont House D 89 46 5 10 150
Vermont Senate D 18 7 5 30
Virginia House R 47 52 1 100
Virginia Senate D 21 19 1 41
Washington House D 57 41 98
Washington Senate D 28 19 1 1 49
West Virginia House R 22 78 100
West Virginia Senate R 11 23 34
Wisconsin Assembly R 38 61 99
Wisconsin Senate R 12 21 33
Wyoming House R 7 51 1 1 60
Wyoming Senate R 2 28 30

* Republicans control a majority of seats in the Alaska House of Representatives; however, it is led by the Alaska House Coalition made up of Republicans, Democrats and Independents.

** Nebraska's Unicameral is officially nonpartisan, but most lawmakers are affiliated with the Republican Party

  • D - Democrat
  • R - Republican
  • I - Independent
  • L - Libertarian
  • NP - Non-Partisan