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MATTHEW E. BAKER


 

Sessions

Session Position District Party
1993 68 Republican
1994 68 Republican
1995 68 Republican
1996 68 Republican
1997 68 Republican
1998 68 Republican
1999 68 Republican
2000 68 Republican
2001 68 Republican
2002 68 Republican
2003 68 Republican
2004 68 Republican
2005 68 Republican
2006 68 Republican
2007 68 Republican
2008 68 Republican
2009 68 Republican
2010 68 Republican
2011 68 Republican
2012 68 Republican
2013 68 Republican
2014 68 Republican
2015 68 Republican
2016 68 Republican
2017 68 Republican
2018 68 Republican
 Counties   Bradford, Potter, Tioga

Biography

01/24/1957 -

Bradford and Tioga Counties (1993-2014), Bradford, Potter and Tioga Counties (2015-2018)


BAKER, Matthew E., a Representative from Bradford, Potter and Tioga Counties; born in Buffalo, Erie County, NY, January 24, 1957; graduated, Cowanesque Valley High School, 1974; A.A.S., Corning Community College, 1979; B.S., Elmira College, 1988; attended, Mansfield University of Pennsylvania; honorary doctorate of public service, Mansfield University of Pennsylvania; paralegal; member, Wellsboro Republican Committee; district legislative aide, Republican Caucus, Pennsylvania House of Representatives (12 years); appointed, vice chair, Governor’s Commission on Employment of People with Disabilities; elected as a Republican to the Pennsylvania House of Representatives for the 1993 term; reelected to serve 12 more consecutive terms; appointed, Speaker pro tempore (2007-2018); appointed, board, Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education (2003-2018); appointed, board of directors, Pennsylvania College of Technology (2007-2009); appointed, Capitol Preservation Committee (2009-2018); appointed, Health Care Leadership Council (2012-2014); resigned from the House, February 19, 2018; regional director, Office of Intergovernmental and External Affairs, United States Office of the Secretary of the Department of Health and Human Services (2018-present).