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JESS M. STAIRS


 

Sessions

Session Office Position District Party
1977 Representative 59 Republican
1978 Representative 59 Republican
1979 Representative 59 Republican
1980 Representative 59 Republican
1981 Representative 59 Republican
1982 Representative 59 Republican
1983 Representative 59 Republican
1984 Representative 59 Republican
1985 Representative 59 Republican
1986 Representative 59 Republican
1987 Representative 59 Republican
1988 Representative 59 Republican
1989 Representative 59 Republican
1990 Representative 59 Republican
1991 Representative 59 Republican
1992 Representative 59 Republican
1993 Representative 59 Republican
1994 Representative 59 Republican
1995 Representative 59 Republican
1996 Representative 59 Republican
1997 Representative 59 Republican
1998 Representative 59 Republican
1999 Representative 59 Republican
2000 Representative 59 Republican
2001 Representative 59 Republican
2002 Representative 59 Republican
2003 Representative 59 Republican
2004 Representative 59 Republican
2005 Representative 59 Republican
2006 Representative 59 Republican
2007 Representative 59 Republican
2008 Representative 59 Republican
 Counties   Fayette, Westmoreland

Biography

06/05/1942 -

STAIRS, Jess M., a Representative from Fayette and Westmoreland Counties; born in Mt. Pleasant, Westmoreland County, Pa., June 5, 1942; B.S., The Pennsylvania State University, 1964; M.Ed., The Pennsylvania State University, 1969; International 4-H Foreign Exchange Program, India (1964); farmer; teacher; member, Mt. Pleasant Area School Board (1973-1976); director, Westmoreland County 4-H; elected to the Pennsylvania House of Representatives as a Republican in 1976; reelected to 15 consecutive terms thereafter; appointed, Joint Legislative Air and Water Pollution Control and Conservation Committee (1985-1990); appointed, board, Pennsylvania Higher Education Assistance Agency (PHEAA) (1991-2008); not a candidate for reelection to the House (2008).