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RUTH C. RUDY


 

Sessions

Session Office Position District Party
1983 Representative 171 Democrat
1984 Representative 171 Democrat
1985 Representative 171 Democrat
1986 Representative 171 Democrat
1987 Representative 171 Democrat
1988 Representative 171 Democrat
1989 Representative 171 Democrat
1990 Representative 171 Democrat
1991 Representative 171 Democrat
1992 Representative 171 Democrat
1993 Representative 171 Democrat
1994 Representative 171 Democrat
1995 Representative 171 Democrat
1996 Representative 171 Democrat
 Counties   Centre, Mifflin

Biography

01/03/1938 -

RUDY, Ruth C., a Representative from Centre and Mifflin Counties; born in Millheim, Centre County, Pa., January 3, 1938; graduated, Penn Valley Area High School, 1955; radiological studies certificate, Carnegie Institute, 1956; attended, The Pennsylvania State University, 1969-1971; x-ray technician; legislative director, Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture (1972-1975); elected, prothonotary and clerk of courts, Centre County (1976-1983); member, Democratic National Committee (28 years); elected, delegate, Democratic National Convention (1980); elected as a Democrat to the Pennsylvania House of Representatives in 1982 and served 6 more consecutive terms; appointed, Select Committee to Investigate the Problem of Teenage Pregnancies and Parenting in Pennsylvania (1986); appointed, Select Committee to Study Autism in the Commonwealth (1988); appointed, Commission for Women (1989-1990); not a candidate for reelection to the House (1996); unsuccessful campaign, United States Congress (1996); auditor, Potter Township (6 years); superdelegate, 2008 Presidential Election; community columnist, The Centre Daily Times.
 



Bibliography

Rudy, Ruth C.  Reflections of My Life in the Valley.  Self-published,  2007.



Archival Collections

Papers of Ruth C. Rudy, 1983-1996, Pennsylvania House of Representatives Archives, Harrisburg.