To navigate, press the arrow keys. There are 150 seats in the Indiana General Assembly. The state of Indiana has 150 legislative districts. The state Senate has 50 districts and the state House of Representatives has 100 districts.
Ballotpedia's coverage of internal state legislative procedures includes the override of the veto, the role of the legislature in the state budget, procedures for filling membership vacancies, and redistricting. In the event that both houses of the state legislature do not approve a congressional redistricting plan, a supporting committee must draw the boundaries. They also won leadership positions in the House because an Indiana law of 1989 allows the governor's party to select the Speaker of the House in the event of a tie (Democratic Governor's affiliate program, IBRG Political Action Committee, Indiana House Foundation, Institute of Labor Excellence and Welfare Council of IndianaWork and learn Indiana. Section 9 also gives the governor of Indiana the power to convene special sessions of the General Assembly.
The Indiana House of Representatives consists of 100 members elected for two-year terms with no term limit. The elections for the Indiana House of Representatives consisted of a primary election on May 7, 2002 and a general election on November 5, 2002.If there is a vacancy in the Indiana General Assembly, the state committee of the party that last held the seat must appoint a replacement. The Indiana State Senate approved the final boundaries of legislative districts by 36 to 12 votes, and all votes were approved by Republicans. After the General Assembly approved the maps, House Speaker Todd Huston said: “We are incredibly grateful for the work of Representative Greg Steuerwald and Senator Eric Koch, who tirelessly and carefully led the drawing of these maps.
The amendment procedures available under the Indiana Constitution are more restrictive than those in most other states. Indiana does not have the power of citizen initiative either for constitutional amendments initiated or for state statutes initiated. The full legislative history of Indiana's redistricting proposals, including reports from House and Senate committees and proposed amendments, can be found here on the Indiana General Assembly website. The legislative authority and responsibilities of the Indiana House of Representatives include passing bills on public policy issues, setting levels for state spending, raising and reducing taxes, and voting to maintain or overturn government vetoes.
The elections for the office of the Indiana House of Representatives consisted of a primary election on May 2, 2000 and a general election on November 7, 2000. The legislature must approve a redistricting plan before the close of the first legislative session that will take place after the completion of the United States census.