Rep. Bryan Cutler elected to leadership position

| November 16, 2018

Bryan Cutler WEBRepublican legislators in the Pennsylvania State House of Representatives have elected Bryan Cutler as House Republican Leader. Since Republicans are currently in the majority in the house, the position is also commonly called Majority Leader of the House of Representatives. “It’s an exciting opportunity, and I am humbled,” Cutler said of the important leadership position he has earned. Cutler, a 1993 Solanco graduate, is the first Lancaster County representative to serve as Majority leader since the 1920s.

His responsibilities will include managing the day-to-day operations of the Republican caucus, scheduling legislation for consideration on the floor of the house, and providing leadership on budget negotiations.

Following high school, Cutler graduated with honors from the Lancaster General School of Radiology, Lebanon Valley College, and Widener Law School. He was first elected to the Pennsylvania House of Representatives in 2006, during his third year in law school.

One of the responsibilities he enjoys most in representing the residents of the 100th District is “Floor debate, presenting a logical, straightforward argument” in defense or in opposition to a particular bill or opinion. Cutler said floor debate requires the ability to “boil down an idea or an issue to a simple point that can’t be refuted,” a skill he began to develop as a student in English, public speaking and journalism classes at Solanco High School.

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Keith Kaufman is the Director of Community Relations for Solanco School District. 786-5617.

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