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Robert C Jubelirer

Sessions

Session Position District Party
1975 30 Republican
1976 30 Republican
1977 30 Republican
1978 30 Republican
1979 30 Republican
1980 30 Republican
1981 Floor Leader 30 Republican
1982 Floor Leader 30 Republican
1983 Floor Leader 30 Republican
1984 Floor Leader 30 Republican
1985 President Pro Tempore 30 Republican
1986 President Pro Tempore 30 Republican
1987 President Pro Tempore 30 Republican
1988 President Pro Tempore 30 Republican
1989 President Pro Tempore 30 Republican
1990 President Pro Tempore 30 Republican
1991 President Pro Tempore 30 Republican
1992 President Pro Tempore 30 Republican
1993 President Pro Tempore 30 Republican
1994 President Pro Tempore 30 Republican
1995 President Pro Tempore 30 Republican
1996 President Pro Tempore 30 Republican
1997 President Pro Tempore 30 Republican
1998 President Pro Tempore 30 Republican
1999 President Pro Tempore 30 Republican
2000 President Pro Tempore 30 Republican
2001 President Pro Tempore 30 Republican
2002 President Pro Tempore 30 Republican
2003 President Pro Tempore 30 Republican
2004 President Pro Tempore 30 Republican
2005 President Pro Tempore 30 Republican
2006 President Pro Tempore 30 Republican
 Counties   Bedford, Blair, Fulton, Huntingdon, Mifflin, Somerset

Biography

1937 -

Born February 9, 1937 in Altoona, Pennsylvania. Bob Jubelirer graduated from Penn State with a degree in history and earned his law degree from The Dickinson School of Law. Jubelirer served in the Pennsylvania Senate from 1975-2006. He was President Pro Tempore of the Senate for 21 years, the longest tenure in history, and served double duty as Lieutenant Governor after Tom Ridge became Director of Homeland Security.

Jubelirer wrote the modern "Sunshine Law," opening up state and local government meetings to the public; the Tuition Account Program (TAP), giving families a tax-friendly way to save for the higher education of their children and grandchildren; and "Ashley's Law," providing essential child protection measures. He was a driving force in securing state funding for key economic, transportation, community and cultural projects highlighted by the Millennium Science Center at Penn State, the Penn State Hershey Medical Center and the Blair County Ballpark, home of the Pittsburgh Pirates Double-A affiliate.

Jubelirer was defeated for re-election in the 2006 primary election and left office on November 30, 2006. He is married to Commonwealth Court Judge Renee Cohn Jubelirer.