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SAMUEL E. HAYES, JR.


 

Sessions

Session Position District Party
1971 81 Republican
1972 81 Republican
1973 81 Republican
1974 81 Republican
1975 81 Republican
1976 81 Republican
1977 Minority Caucus Chairman 81 Republican
1978 Minority Caucus Chairman 81 Republican
1979 Majority Whip 81 Republican
1980 Majority Whip 81 Republican
1981 Majority Floor Leader 81 Republican
1982 Majority Floor Leader 81 Republican
1983 Minority Whip 81 Republican
1984 Minority Whip 81 Republican
1985 Minority Whip 81 Republican
1986 Minority Whip 81 Republican
1987 Minority Whip 81 Republican
1988 Minority Whip 81 Republican
1989 Minority Whip 81 Republican
1990 Minority Whip 81 Republican
1991 Minority Whip 81 Republican
1992 Minority Whip 81 Republican
 Counties   Blair, Centre, Huntingdon

Biography

09/03/1940 -

Blair and Huntingdon Counties (1971-1972 and 1983-1992), Blair, Centre and Huntingdon Counties (1973-1982)

HAYES, Samuel E., Jr., a Representative from Blair, Centre and Huntingdon Counties; born in Johnstown, Cambria County, Pa., September 3, 1940; B.S., The Pennsylvania State University, 1964; M.Ed., The Pennsylvania State University, 1965; served, United States Army (5 years; Vietnam War, Bronze Star recipient); served, United States Army Reserves (12 years); teacher; elected as a Republican to the Pennsylvania House of Representatives for the 1971 term and served 10 consecutive terms thereafter; elected, Minority Caucus Chair (1977-1978); elected, Majority Whip (1979-1980); elected, Majority Leader (1981-1982); elected, Minority Whip (1983-1992); appointed, Joint State Government Commission (1977-1992); appointed, Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission (1991-1992); not a candidate for reelection to the House (1992); appointed, Secretary, Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture (1997-2003); gubernatorial appointee, Pennsylvania Emergency Management Authority (1997-2002); appointed, The Pennsylvania State University Board of Trustees 1997—2014; trustee emeritus, 2014); professor, Juniata College (1992-present).



Archival Collections

Samuel E. Hayes, Jr. Papers, 1997-2003, (various record groups), Pennsylvania State Archives, Harrisburg.