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From 1888 to 1964, Republicans never controlled more than 10 seats in the chamber after an election.In the late 1960s, Republicans began winning around 20 seats and continued to do so until 1988, when they took 35 seats.In Georgia, both congressional and state legislative district lines are drawn by the state legislature.A simple majority in each chamber is required to approve redistricting plans, which are subject to veto by the governor.) is a Nickelodeon postmodern Kid Com with No Fourth Wall and no Laugh Track set entirely in a Middle School. Ned Bigby (Devon Werkheiser) is the clever but Book Dumb protagonist who is dedicated to completing an all-encompassing guide "to help you survive school," covering every issue from tests and dodgeball to puberty and relationships.Each episode is split into two parts with a "Survival Guide to...[Topic]," that has Ned and his two best friends (Gadgeteer Genius Simon Nelson "Cookie" Cook (Daniel Curtis Lee) and tomboy Jennifer "Moze" Mosely (Lindsey Shaw)) each having their own storyline that requires his advice on the subject.Republicans made steady gains after 1988 and eventually won the necessary seats to claim a majority in the chamber.
But soon the stories expanded to focus on the complex relationships between the maturing characters and the tips focused on how to deal with social situations.Click on the arrows (▼) below for information and research on party control, elections, members, legislation, sessions, procedures, committees, and districts.From 1992 to 2016, the Georgia House of Representatives flipped from Democratic control to a strong Republican majority, with the chamber officially changing hands in the 2004 elections.Republican numbers increased during the 2010 Republican wave, the 2012 elections, and the 2014 Republican wave.2014 was the first election where Republicans won 120 seats, which is a two-thirds supermajority.
The table below shows the partisan history of the Georgia House of Representatives following every general election from 1992 to 2016.