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BRYAN D. CUTLER


 

Sessions

Session Office Position District Party
2007 Representative 100 Republican
2008 Representative 100 Republican
2009 Representative 100 Republican
2010 Representative 100 Republican
2011 Representative 100 Republican
2012 Representative 100 Republican
2013 Representative 100 Republican
2014 Representative 100 Republican
2015 Representative Majority Whip 100 Republican
2016 Representative Majority Whip 100 Republican
2017 Representative Majority Whip 100 Republican
2018 Representative Majority Whip 100 Republican
2019 Representative Majority Floor Leader 100 Republican
2020 Representative Majority Floor Leader, Speaker 100 Republican
2021 Representative Speaker 100 Republican
2022 Representative Speaker 100 Republican
 Counties   Lancaster

Biography

1975 -

CUTLER, Bryan Dean, a Representative from Lancaster County; born, 1975 in Lancaster, Lancaster County, Pa.; graduated, Solanco High School, 1993; certificate of radiologic technology, Lancaster General School of Radiology, 1995; B.S., summa cum laude, healthcare administration, Lebanon Valley College, 2001; J.D., Widener University School of Law, 2006; x-ray technologist; manager, Support Services, Lancaster General Hospital; lawyer; member, Drumore Township Planning Commission; Emergency Management Team member, Drumore Township; elected as a Republican to the Pennsylvania House of Representatives for the 2007 term; reelected to the House for 7 more consecutive terms; appointed, Health Care Cost Containment Council Act Review Committee (2010); elected, Majority Whip (2015-2018); elected, Majority Leader (2019-June 22, 2020); elected, Speaker (June 22, 2020-present); appointed, Joint Legislative Air and Water Pollution Control and Conservation Committee (2007-2010); appointed, Joint State Government Commission (2015-2018, 2020-present); appointed, board, Legislative Data Processing Center (2020-present).