Party leaders of the United States House of Representatives
The Party Leaders of the United States House of Representatives, also known as floor leaders, are the members of the caucuses who lead their party in the House. Currently, it is as follows:
|House Majority Leader||ItsZippy23||January 27th, 2021|
|House Majority Whip||Aikex||January 28th, 2021|
|House Minority Leader||iThinkThereforeiFlam||January 27th, 2021|
|House Minority Whip||blockdenied||January 28th, 2021|
House Majority LeaderEdit
The House Majority Leader, who is currently Democrat ItsZippy23, is mainly responsible for the running of the caucus in regards to committee and scheduling, however, the House rules leave the position open to interpretation.
House Minority LeaderEdit
The Minority leader, who is currently Republican iThinkThereforeIFlam, is the minority's equivalent of the Speaker and Minority leader. They are in charge of organizing the house committees for the minority, as well as stand as their nominee for Speaker.
The minority and the majority both have a whip system. The main whips are decided upon by the majority and minority whips. The current majority whip is Democrat Aikex. Republican blockdenied is the minority whip.