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NEAL P. GOODMAN


 

Sessions

Session Office Position District Party
2003 Representative 123 Democrat
2004 Representative 123 Democrat
2005 Representative 123 Democrat
2006 Representative 123 Democrat
2007 Representative 123 Democrat
2008 Representative 123 Democrat
2009 Representative 123 Democrat
2010 Representative 123 Democrat
2011 Representative 123 Democrat
2012 Representative 123 Democrat
2013 Representative 123 Democrat
2014 Representative 123 Democrat
2015 Representative Minority Caucus Administrator 123 Democrat
2016 Representative Minority Caucus Administrator 123 Democrat
2017 Representative Minority Caucus Administrator 123 Democrat
2018 Representative Minority Caucus Administrator 123 Democrat
2019 Representative Minority Caucus Administrator 123 Democrat
2020 Representative Minority Caucus Administrator 123 Democrat
 Counties   Schuylkill

Biography

10/20/1957 -

GOODMAN, Neal P., a Representative from Schuylkill County; born in Bethlehem, Northampton County, Pa., October 20, 1957; graduated, Mahanoy Area High School, 1976; attended, The Pennsylvania State University, Schuylkill Haven, 1979-1981; B.A., history, East Stroudsburg University of Pennsyvlania, 1986; sergeant, United States Marine Corps Reserves (1982-1988); elected, council, Mahanoy (1988-1996; president, 1995-1996); chief of staff, Representative Edward J. Lucyk (1993-2002); executive director, Veterans Affairs and Emergency Preparedness Committee, Democratic Caucus, Pennsylvania House of Representatives (1993-1995); executive director, Tourism and Recreational Development Committee, Democratic Caucus, Pennsylvania House of Representatives (1995-2002); director, Schuylkill County Visitors Bureau (1999-2003); elected as a Democrat to the Pennsylvania House of Representatives for the 2003 term; reelected to serve 8 more consecutive terms; elected, Minority Caucus Administrator (2013-2020); appointed, Capitol Preservation Committee (2013-2014); not a candidate for reelection to the House (2020).