99th General Assembly, 1st Regular Session - 2017
Representative Justin Alferman
Justin Alferman
District 061

Years Served:
Rep. Justin Alferman, a Republican, represents parts of Franklin, Gasconade and Osage Counties (District 61) in the Missouri House of Representatives. He was elected to his first two-year term in November 2014.

Prior to his legislative duties, Rep. Alferman worked as an Executive Assistant to the Assistant Majority Floor Leader, Rep. Mike Cierpiot. He has previously worked for former Rep. Ed Robb, former Rep. Brian Yates, and conducted research and grassroots for the Missouri Republican Party.

Rep. Alferman is a member of the Hermann Lion’s Club and the Hermann Rod and Gun Club.

Rep. Alferman and his family attend St. George’s Church in Hermann.

Rep. Alferman is a 2004 graduate of St. Francis Borgia High School in Washington, MO. He earned his associate’s degree in Communication from East Central College in 2006 and his bachelor’s degree in Political Science from the University of Missouri-Columbia in 2008.

Rep. Alferman was born February 3, 1986 in Washington, MO. He currently resides in Hermann with his wife Amy. They have a daughter, Layla.
Sponsored Bills
HB 60 - (0400H.01P)
Changes the laws regarding lobbyist expenditures
HB 61 - (0375H.01P)
Designates a bridge on a portion of State Highway 100 in Franklin County as the "Lyndon Ebker Memorial Bridge"
HB 234 - (0751H.02I)
Changes the laws regarding the filling of commissioner offices
HB 247 - (0864S.05C)
Establishes procedures relating to municipally owned utilities
HB 624 - (1313H.01I)
Authorizes the Gasconade R-II school district, which crosses county boundaries, to use the county that yields the highest dollar value modifier under the school foundation formula
HB 783 - (1604H.01I)
Establishes an Alcohol Carrier License which allows carriers to transport and deliver shipments of intoxicating liquor directly to Missouri residents
HB 1039 - (2139H.02C)
Provides that two-year colleges and four-year colleges shall be eligible for the same types of directional and official signs
HB 1075 - (2236H.01I)
Specifies that emergency services are covered under MO HealthNet if medically necessary according to the prudent layperson standard
Co-sponsored Bills
Past Legislation