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Representatives

There are 65 Representatives who serve the state of Colorado. Representatives are elected to two-year terms, and may serve a total of four consecutive terms. Representatives must have attained the age of twenty-five years, be a United States citizen, and be a resident of the district from which the Representative is elected for at least twelve months prior to election. The entire membership of the House is elected biennially.

Executive Leadership

The Executive Leadership of the House includes the Speaker, Majority Leader, and Minority Leader. They are also ex officio members of the Executive Committee of the Legislative Council along with the Executive Leadership of the Colorado Senate. The Speaker is elected by a majority vote of the House, while the Majority Leader and Minority Leader are chosen by their respective caucuses.

For more information, see Executive Leadership.

Representatives

There are 65 Representatives that serve the State of Colorado.

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Committee Membership

There are 11 House committees of reference appointed at the beginning of each regular session following a general election. The majority leader determines the party representation of the committees in proportion to the relative number of members of the two major political parties in the House. The majority leader also determines the number of members on each committee, appoints the majority members to each committee, and designates the chair and vice-chair for each committee. The minority leader appoints minority members to the committees.

For more information, see Committee Membership.

Pursuant to HJR20-1007, the Second Regular Session of the 72nd General Assembly is Temporarily Adjourned until 10:00 a.m., Monday, March 30, 2020. 

COVID-19 Resources

Temporary Guidelines for Review and Comment Meetings

The legislature will meet in limited session on Monday, March 30th. The Capitol will be open for the duration of the session for those with essential business related to the session. The building will not be available for public tours. People without essential business are encouraged to access the session through the General Assembly website and Colorado Channel.  Anybody with essential business related to the session will be required to practice appropriate social distancing measures.