Harrisburg Hilton at Noon
Senate Majority Leader Jake Corman
Sen. Jake Corman was elected to the Senate of
Pennsylvania in 1998. He represents the 34th Senatorial District, which
includes all of Centre, Mifflin, and Juniata counties and part of Huntingdon
Sen. Corman serves as Majority Leader of the State Senate, a position which he was first elected to by his colleagues in 2015. As Majority Leader, Senator Corman sets the legislative agenda, develops policies and strategies for the Senate Republican Caucus, and chairs the Senate Rules and Executive Nominations Committee. He also plays a major role in negotiating issues with the Administration and House of Representatives as well as supervising action on the Senate floor.
Sen. Corman obtained an Associate Degree in
Communications from the Pennsylvania College of Technology and a Bachelor of
Arts Degree from the Pennsylvania State University. He is married to Kelli
Corman. They are the parents of three children – Isabella, Davis and Jacob. The
Corman family resides in Bellefonte, Centre County.
Our first PA Press Club luncheon of the year is TUESDAY January 29 at noon at the Hilton. This is the only Tuesday lunch on our schedule. Our speaker is PA House Majority Leader, Bryan Cutler.
Tickets are $30 per person or $300 for reserved table of
10. Payment is required in advance and can be made payable to the PA
Press Club by check or Visa or MasterCard. If you would like to attend, please
RSVP to email@example.com by
If paying by credit card, please include number, expiration
date, security code and billing address.
The schedule for upcoming PA Press Club luncheons can be found on our website www.papressclub.org and you can follow us on Twitter at twitter.com/PAPressClub.
The next luncheon of the PA Press Club will be TUESDAY, January 29, 2019
House Majority Leader Bryan Cutler
Bryan Cutler was elected to the Pennsylvania House of Representatives in 2006 and began serving as the majority whip in 2015. He will assume the position of majority leader in January.
Prior to his election to the House, Bryan worked at Lancaster Regional Medical Center as an X-ray technologist while attending law school. Prior to law school, he was the Support Services manager for Lancaster General Hospital.
Bryan’s previous government experience includes serving on the Drumore Township Planning Commission, the Regional Planning Commission and the Emergency Management Team for Drumore Township.
A graduate of Widener Law School, Bryan qualified for Law Review. He also attended Lebanon Valley College, graduating summa cum laude, and Lancaster General School of Radiology, graduating first in his class and receiving the Outstanding Scholastic Achievement Award.
November 19 Press Club Luncheon
Attorney General Josh Shapiro