Estudio Comparativo de Salarios Legisladores Estatales EUA

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This page contains a comparison of salaries for state legislators in the 50 states. This page was last updated in January 2012.

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This page contains a comparison of salaries for state legislators in the 50 states. This page was last updated in January 2012.

State Salary Per diem
Alabama $53,438/year[1] Per diem included in salary
Alaska $50,400/year $232 or $276/day, tied to federal rate, varying with time of year. Legislators who live in the Juneau area receive 75% of federal rate.
Arizona $24,000/year $35/day for the first 120 days of regular session and for special sessions and $10/day thereafter. Senators who live outside of Maricopa County are given an additional $25/day for the 1st 120 days of regular session and for special sessions and an additional $10/day thereafter.
Arkansas $15,869/year[2] $136/day (vouchered) plus mileage tied to federal rate.
California $95,290.56/year $141.86/day for each day in session. (Contested)[2]
Colorado $30,000/year $45/day (vouchered) for members living in the Denver metro area. $150/day (vouchered) for members living outside Denver.
Connecticut $28,000/year No per diem.
Delaware $42,750/year[2] $7,334 in expenses are allowed annually.
Florida $29,697/year $133/day for House and $133 for Senate (vouchered) which are tied to federal rate. Travel vouchers are required to provide proof.
Georgia $17,342/year $173/day, set by the Legislative Services Committee.
Hawaii $46,272/year[2] $150/day for members living outside Oahu during session. $120/day for members living outside Oahu during the interim who conduct legislative business. $10 day for members living on Oahu during the interim while conducting official legislative business.
Idaho $16,116/year $122/day for members whose primary residence is outside Boise. $49/day for members whose primary residence is inside Boise. Up to $25/day for travel (vouchered) to be set by the Compensation Commission.
Illinois $67,836/year $132/per session day for all members.[2]
Indiana $22,616.46/year $152/day tied to the federal rate.
Iowa $25,000/year $118/day. Polk County legislators receive $88.50/day, which is set by the legislature to coincide with the federal rate.[2]
Kansas $88.66/day $123/day tied to the federal rate.[2]
Kentucky $188.22/day $135.30/day tied to 110% of the federal per diem rate.[2]
Louisiana $16,800/year $6,000/year expense allowance. $152/day tied to the federal rate.[2]
Maine $13,852/year (first regular session); $10,082 (second regular session) $38/day for a) housing; or b) mileage and tolls in lieu of housing (at rate of $0.44/mile up to $38/day). $32/day for meals. Per diem limits set by statute.[2]
Maryland $43,500/year $100/day for lodging. $42/day for meals tied to the federal rate. $225/day for out-of-state travel which includes meals/lodging.[2]
Massachusetts $61,132.99/year From $10/day to $100/day, depending on distance from the statehouse. Compensation is vouchered and set by the legislature.[2]
Michigan $71,865/year $10,800 yearly expense allowance. Set by the compensation commission, available for session and interim (vouchered).[2]
Minnesota $31,140.90/year $86/day for senators. $77/legislative day for representatives. Rates set by legislature/rules committee.[2]
Mississippi $10,000/year $109/day tied to the federal rate.[2]
Missouri $35,915/year $98.40/day tied to the federal rate. Roll call is used to verify per diem.
Montana $82.64/day $103.69/day.
Nebraska $12,000/year $109/day for members living outside a 50-mile radius of the Capitol. $39/day for members living inside the 50-mile radius. Rates tied to the federal rate.
Nevada $137.90/day maximum for 60 days of session for holdover senators; $146.29/day for all other legislators[2] Federal rate for legislators in the Capitol area. Those outside the 50-mile radius of Carson City receive the HUD single-room rate for each month of session for housing.
New Hampshire $200/two-year term No per diem.
New Jersey $49,000/year No per diem.
New Mexico $0/year. New Mexico legislators receive no salary $153/day tied to the federal rate (vouchered).[2]
New York $79,500/year $171/per full day and $61/per half day.[2]
North Carolina $13,951/year $104/day set by statute. Legislators are allowed up to $559/month for expenses.
North Dakota $148/day during legislative sessions Legislators receive lodging reimbursements up to $1,040/month (vouchered).
Ohio $60,584/year No per diem.
Oklahoma $38,400/year $132/day tied to the federal rate.[2]
Oregon $21,612/year $109/day tied to the federal rate.[2]
Pennsylvania $83,802/year Tied to federal rate. Can receive actual expenses or per diem.[2]
Rhode Island $13,962.55/year[2] No per diem.
South Carolina $10,400/year $119/day for meals and housing for each statewide session day and committee meeting. Per diem is tied to the federal rate.[2]
South Dakota $12,000/two-year term $110/legislative day tied to the federal rate.
Tennessee $20,203/year $171/legislative day tied to the federal rate.[2]
Texas $7,200/year $150/day which is set by the Ethics Commission.[2]
Utah $117/day $95/day for lodging for each calendar day, tied to the federal rate. They also receive $61/day for meals.[2]
Vermont $604.79 per a vote to reduce the salary by 5% this biennium below the statutory level[2] $101/day for lodging for non-commuters to the capital. Commuters and non-commuters receive $61/day for meals/mileage.
Virginia $18,000/year Senate; $17,640/year House $169/day tied to the Federal Rate for senators. $135/day tied to the federal rate for the House.
Washington $42,106/year $90/day.
West Virginia $20,000/year $131/day during session, which is set by the compensation commission.
Wisconsin $49,943/year $88/day maximum (Except in Dane County), which is set by the compensation commission. Based on the maximum, the leadership of each house determines what amount to authorize for each session.
Wyoming $150/day $109/day which is set by the Legislature (vouchered).

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