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JOHN M. PERZEL


 

Sessions

Session Position District Party
1979 172 Republican
1980 172 Republican
1981 172 Republican
1982 172 Republican
1983 172 Republican
1984 172 Republican
1985 172 Republican
1986 172 Republican
1987 172 Republican
1988 172 Republican
1989 Minority Policy Committee Chairman 172 Republican
1990 Minority Policy Committee Chairman 172 Republican
1991 Minority Policy Committee Chairman 172 Republican
1992 Minority Policy Committee Chairman 172 Republican
1993 Minority Whip 172 Republican
1994 Minority Whip 172 Republican
1995 Majority Floor Leader 172 Republican
1996 Majority Floor Leader 172 Republican
1997 Majority Floor Leader 172 Republican
1998 Majority Floor Leader 172 Republican
1999 Majority Floor Leader 172 Republican
2000 Majority Floor Leader 172 Republican
2001 Majority Floor Leader 172 Republican
2002 Majority Floor Leader 172 Republican
2003 Majority Floor Leader, Speaker 172 Republican
2004 Majority Floor Leader, Speaker 172 Republican
2005 Speaker 172 Republican
2006 Speaker 172 Republican
2007 172 Republican
2008 172 Republican
2009 172 Republican
2010 172 Republican
 Counties   Philadelphia

Biography

01/07/1950 -

PERZEL, John M., a Representative from Philadelphia County; born, January 7, 1950 in the City of Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, Pa.; A.A., Enterprise State Junior College, 1972; B.A., Troy State University, 1975; attended, Gettysburg College, Temple University, and Auburn University; banquet manager and maître d’, Pavio’s Restaurant; leader, 64th Ward Republican Executive Committee; unsuccessful campaign, Pennsylvania House of Representatives (1976); elected as a Republican to the Pennsylvania House of Representatives in 1978; reelected to serve 15 terms thereafter; elected, Minority Whip (1993-1994); elected, Majority Leader (1995-April 15, 2003); elected, Speaker (April 15, 2003-2006); appointed, Speaker Emeritus (2007-2008); appointed, Joint State Government Commission (1993-2006); unsuccessful campaign for reelection to the House (2010).