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SANDRA J. MAJOR


 

Sessions

Session Position District Party
1995 111 Republican
1996 111 Republican
1997 111 Republican
1998 111 Republican
1999 111 Republican
2000 111 Republican
2001 111 Republican
2002 111 Republican
2003 111 Republican
2004 111 Republican
2005 111 Republican
2006 111 Republican
2007 Minority Caucus Chairman 111 Republican
2008 Minority Caucus Chairman 111 Republican
2009 Minority Caucus Chairman 111 Republican
2010 Minority Caucus Chairman 111 Republican
2011 Majority Caucus Chairman 111 Republican
2012 Majority Caucus Chairman 111 Republican
2013 Majority Caucus Chairman 111 Republican
2014 Majority Caucus Chairman 111 Republican
2015 Majority Caucus Chairman 111 Republican
2016 Majority Caucus Chairman 111 Republican
 Counties   Sullivan, Susquehanna, Wayne, Wyoming

Biography

09/04/1954 -

Sullivan, Susquehanna and Wyoming Counties (1995-2002), Susquehanna, Wayne and Wyoming Counties (2003-2014), Susquehanna and Wayne Counties (2015-2016)

MAJOR, Sandra J., a Representative from Sullivan, Susquehanna, Wayne and Wyoming Counties; born in Seaford, Sussex County, De., September 4, 1954; graduated, Mountain View High School, 1972; A.A., Keystone Junior College, 1974; attended, University of Scranton; legislative aide, Pennsylvania State Representative Carmel Sirianni (1980-1988); elected, treasurer, Susquehanna County (1992-1995); member, Susquehanna County Council of Republican Women; member, Pennsylvania Council of Republican Women; member, National Council of Republican Women; elected as a Republican to the Pennsylvania House of Representatives for the 1995 term; reelected to serve for 10 more consecutive terms; elected, Minority Caucus Chair (2007-2010); elected, Majority Caucus Chair (2011-2016); appointed, Joint State Government Commission (2007-2016); appointed, board member, Pennsylvania Higher Education Assistance Agency (2003-2016); not a candidate for reelection to the House (2016).



Archival Collections

Papers of Hon. Sandra Major, 1995-2016, Pennsylvania House of Representatives Archives, Harrisburg.