Senator Mensch’s Harrisburg Highlights
November 13, 2020
Below are some important Harrisburg updates that may be helpful to you.
While there was no legislation moving back and forth this week in Harrisburg, both Chambers were open for individual caucus leadership elections. These elections are typically held every two years following the general election, and before the start of a new legislative session. In a historic election, Senator Kim Ward (R-Westmoreland) became the first woman ever to be elected as a Caucus Leader for either party in Harrisburg. I congratulate Senator Ward on her groundbreaking election, and look forward to working with her in her new position and part of the Senate Republican Leadership Team!
Senate Republican Leadership
Senate Pro Tempore – Senator Jake Corman
Senate Majority Leader – Senator Kim Ward
Senate Majority Appropriations Chair – Senator Pat Browne
Senate Majority Whip – Senator John Gordner
Senate Majority Caucus Chair – Senator Bob Mensch
Senate Majority Caucus Secretary – Senator Ryan Aument
Watch the Senate Republican Leadership news conference here: https://pasen.wistia.com/medias/7re8o9m16b
House Republican Leadership
Speaker of the House – Rep. Bryan Cutler
House Majority Leader – Rep. Kerry Benninghoff
House Majority Appropriations Chair – Rep. Stan Saylor
House Majority Whip – Rep. Donna Oberlander
House Majority Policy Committee Chair – Rep. Martin Causer
House Majority Caucus Chair – Rep. Mike Reese
House Majority Caucus Secretary – Rep. Martina White
House Majority Caucus Administrator – Rep. Kurt Masser
House Democratic Leadership
House Minority Leader – Rep. Joanna McClinton
House Minority Appropriations Chair – Rep. Matt Bradford
House Minority Whip – Rep. Jordan Harris
House Minority Policy Committee Chair – Rep. Ryan Bizzarro
House Minority Caucus Chair – Rep. Dan Miller
House Minority Caucus Secretary – Rep. Tina Davis
House Minority Caucus Administrator – Rep. Mike Schlossberg
The Senate Democrats will hold their leadership elections next week.
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If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact my office at 215-541-2388.
Senator Bob Mensch
24th Senatorial District