Lynda Schlegel-Culver

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Lynda Schlegel-Culver
Member of the Pennsylvania House of Representatives
from the 108th district
Assumed office
January 4, 2011
Preceded by Merle Phillips
Personal details
Born Sunbury, Pennsylvania
Political party Republican
Spouse(s) Thomas
Children One
Residence Rockefeller Township, Pennsylvania
Alma mater Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania (B.A.)

Lynda Schlegel-Culver is a politician from the U.S. commonwealth of Pennsylvania. A member of the Republican Party, she is a member of the Pennsylvania House of Representatives for the 108th district.[1][2]

Elections[edit]

In 2016, Schlegel-Culver is running unopposed in the Primary. Additionally, no democratic party candidate filed to run in the general election.

In 2014, Schlegel-Culver was unopposed in the Republican primary and unchallenged in the general election.

In 2012, Lynda Schlegel-Culver was unopposed in the Republican primary and was also unchallenged in the general election.

In 2010, Schlegel-Culver won election to District 108. She defeated Chuck Erdman and Samuel Deitrick in the May 18, 2010 Republican primary and defeated Democrat Antonio Michetti in the November 2 general election

Committee assignments[edit]

At the beginning of the 2015 legislative session, Schlegel-Culver served on the following committees:

  • Commerce
  • Transportation
  • Urban Affairs
  • Veterans Affairs & Emergency Preparedness
In 2013-2014

• Aging & Older Adult Services

  • Commerce
  • Labor & Industry
  • Veterans Affairs & Emergency Preparedness
In 2011-12
  • Aging & Older Adult Services
  • Commerce
  • Labor Relations
  • State Government

Legislation[edit]

In 2015-16 Schlegel-Culver sponsored the following nonbinding resolutions:[3]

  • Designating March 30, 2016, as "Pennsylvania Female Veterans Day."
  • Designating the month of April 2016 as "The Month of the Young Child
  • An Act designating September 27 of each year as "First Responders Day."
  • A Resolution designating the month of March 2016 as "Deep Vein Thrombosis Awareness Month"
  • A Resolution recognizing the month of March 2016 as "Intellectual Disability Awareness Month"
  • Designating the month of March 2016 as "Music in Our Schools Month"
  • A Resolution celebrating the 150th anniversary of the Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission.
  • A Resolution recognizing the month of March 2016 as "National Women's History Month" and March 8, 2016, as "International Women's Day" in Pennsylvania.
  • A Resolution designating the month of March 2016 as "Brain Injury Awareness Month" in Pennsylvania
  • A Resolution recognizing the month of February 2016 as "National Spay and Neuter Awareness Month" and February 23, 2016, as "World Spay Day" in Pennsylvania.
  • A Resolution designating the week of March 13 through 19, 2016, as "Pulmonary Rehabilitation Week" in Pennsylvania.
  • A Resolution recognizing the month of March 2016 as "National Social Work Month" in Pennsylvania.
  • A Resolution designating the month of April 2016 as "Community Banking Month" in Pennsylvania.
  • A Resolution congratulating the Penn State Hershey Medical Center, in Derry Township, Dauphin County, for providing services to patients for many decades.
  • A Resolution congratulating The Pennsylvania State University IFC/Panhellenic Dance Marathon for raising more than $9 million for the Four Diamonds Fund at Penn State Hershey Children's Hospital to help fight pediatric cancer.
  • A Resolution designating the week of March 14 through 20, 2016, as "Maple Producers Week" in Pennsylvania.
  • A Resolution recognizing the month of March 2016 as "National Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month" in Pennsylvania.
  • A Resolution commemorating the 25th anniversary of the deadly Scud missile attack on February 25, 1991, during Operation Desert Shield and honoring the lives lost during the attack.
  • A Resolution designating the week of April 11 through 15, 2016, as "Local Government Week" in Pennsylvania.
  • A Resolution recognizing the month of March 2016 as "National Nutrition Month" in Pennsylvania.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Representative Lynda Schlegel-Culver's Biography". Project Vote Smart. Retrieved 22 November 2012. 
  2. ^ "Lynda Schlegel Culver". Pennsylvania House of Representatives. Retrieved 22 November 2012. 
  3. ^ Ballotopedia (2016). "Rep Lynda Schlegel-Culver". 

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