Speaker of the Cascadia House of Representatives

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Speaker of the Cascadia House of Representatives
Seal of the legislature
since December 21, 2023
Cascadia House of Representatives
Style Mr. Speaker (informal)
The Honorable (formal)
Status Presiding officer
Member of
Reports to
Seat Cascadia Capitol, Olympia
Appointer House of Representatives
Term Length At the House's pleasure; elected at the beginning of the new Legislature by a majority of the representatives, and upon a vacancy during a legislative term
Term Limit
Constituting instrument National Constitution of Cascadia
Precursor Vice President (as President of the Legislature)
Inaugural Holder SayerQT
Final Holder
Formation December 18, 2022
Superseded by
Unofficial Names

The speaker of the Cascadia House of Representatives, commonly known as the speaker of the House, is the presiding officer of the Cascadia House of Representatives. The office was originally established in December 2022 by an amendment to the Provisional Constitution of Cascadia, the then-constitution of Cascadia. The speaker is the political and parliamentary leader of the House and is simultaneously its presiding officer and the institution's administrative head. Speakers also perform various other administrative and procedural functions.

The Constitution does not explicitly require the speaker to be an incumbent member of the House of Representatives, although every speaker thus far has been. The speaker is second in the Cascadian presidential line of succession, after the vice president and ahead of the Treasurer of Cascadia.

The current House speaker is PaperLemur12140 of Sullivan Bay, elected from the Northern constituency. The 7th person to serve as speaker, he was elected on December 21, 2023, four days after the beginning of the 17th Legislature.

List of speakers

List of speakers of the Cascadia House of Representatives
No. Legislature Term Portrait Name Constituency
1 5th December 18, 2022

February 19, 2023
SayerQT.png SayerQT North Coast
6th Salish Coast
2 7th February 23, 2023

April 16, 2023
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3 9th April 18, 2023

May 21, 2023
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4 10th May 24, 2023

June 18, 2023
Jo Star.png Jo_Star National
(3) 11th June 20, 2023

August 20, 2023
Akeboun.png Akeboun Eastern
5 13th August 23, 2023

September 16, 2023

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(4) 14th September 20, 2023

November 19, 2023

Jo Star.png Jo_Star Southern
6 16th November 22, 2023

December 17, 2023

AfroOrbz.png AfroOrbz Southern
7 17th December 21, 2023


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