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FRED BELARDI


 

Sessions

Session Position District Party
1979 112 Republican
1980 112 Republican
1981 112 Republican
1982 112 Republican
1983 112 Republican
1984 112 Republican
1985 112 Democrat
1986 112 Democrat
1987 112 Democrat
1988 112 Democrat
1989 112 Democrat
1990 112 Democrat
1991 Majority Caucus Administrator 112 Democrat
1992 Majority Caucus Administrator 112 Democrat
1993 Majority Caucus Administrator 112 Democrat
1994 Majority Caucus Administrator 112 Democrat
1995 Minority Caucus Administrator 112 Democrat
1996 Minority Caucus Administrator 112 Democrat
1997 Minority Caucus Administrator 112 Democrat
1998 Minority Caucus Administrator 112 Democrat
1999 Minority Caucus Administrator 112 Democrat
2000 Minority Caucus Administrator 112 Democrat
2001 Minority Caucus Administrator 112 Democrat
2002 Minority Caucus Administrator 112 Democrat
2003 Minority Caucus Administrator 112 Democrat
2004 Minority Caucus Administrator 112 Democrat
2005 Minority Caucus Administrator 112 Democrat
2006 Minority Caucus Administrator 112 Democrat
 Counties   Lackawanna, Wayne

Biography

12/30/1942 -

BELARDI, Fred, a Representative from Lackawanna and Wayne Counties; born in Scranton, Lackawanna County, Pa., December 30, 1942; attended, The Pennsylvania State University; attended, Wilkes (University) College; served, United States Naval Reserves (1963-1965); executive director, Scranton Redevelopment Authority; member, Lackawanna County Regional Planning Commission (1973-1978); elected as a Republican to the Pennsylvania House of Representatives for the 1979, 1981 and 1983 terms; switched party affiliation to Democrat in 1984; elected as a Democrat to the Pennsylvania House of Representatives to the 1985 term and was reelected for 10 consecutive terms thereafter; elected, Majority Caucus Administrator (1991-1994); elected, Minority Caucus Administrator (1995-2006); unsuccessful campaign for reelection to the House (2006); Director of Member Services, Pennsylvania House of Representatives (2007-2008).