Jan. 06, 2015

Poised to serve as majority whip

Rep. Bryan Cutler’s wife, Jennifer, and their children, Drew, Caleb and Cheyanne, join him on the House floor during swearing-in day on Jan. 6. 
HARRISBURG –During the swearing-in ceremony of the Pennsylvania General Assembly held today at the state Capitol, Rep. Bryan Cutler (R-Peach Bottom) was sworn into his fifth term of office as state representative of the 100th Legislative District.

“This session holds extra excitement, as in addition to serving the residents of the 100th District, I will also be helping to lead the Republican caucus,” said Cutler. “I am humbled by the trust that the residents and my colleagues have placed in me.”

Cutler will be serving as the majority caucus whip with Republicans having the largest House majority since 1958. He will be responsible for tracking House votes and informing his other 118 Republican colleagues on upcoming issues and legislation.

“I am honored to return to Harrisburg in service of the residents of the district,” Cutler said. “This session will certainly present a number of challenges, but I will work to ensure that the interests of hard-working taxpayers are represented as we generate solutions.”

In the new session, Cutler plans to lead the caucus by focusing his legislative agenda on advocating for policies to make the health care system more accessible and affordable, supporting small businesses and removing barriers to job creation.

By sharing his monthly legislative expense reports on his website and Facebook page, Cutler continues to promote government transparency.

Cutler noted that in addition to his office, residents are encouraged to visit his website at RepCutler.com, his Facebook page at Facebook.com/RepBryanCutler and his Twitter page at Twitter.com/RepBryanCutler. There, they will find information on the latest legislative developments in Harrisburg, state programs and the latest happenings in the 100th Legislative District.

Representative Bryan Cutler
100th Legislative District
Pennsylvania House of Representatives

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