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Pennslyvania Update: “Castle Doctrine” Could Be Voted on Monday, November 15!

Friday, November 12, 2010

Please Contact Your State Representative Immediately!

Speaker Keith McCall (D) announced that votes will be taken on unfinished business on Monday, November 15 starting at 1pm.  Please contact your State Representative immediately and urge him or her to ask the Speaker to bring House Bill 1926 up for a vote and to vote for concurrence on HB 1926.   

HB 1926 would permit law-abiding citizens to use force, including deadly force, against an attacker in their home and any place outside of their home where they have a legal right to be.  If enacted, this law would also protect individuals from civil lawsuits by the attacker or the attacker’s family when force is used. 

It is critical that you contact your State Representative TODAY and respectfully urge him or her to have HB 1926 brought up for a vote AND to vote for concurrence on HB 1926. 

IT IS CRITICAL THAT YOU MAKE YOUR VOICES HEARD!

Please click on your Representative’s name for his or her contact information.  If you need help identifying your Representative, please click here. 

District Number:

 

             Name:

1

 

Harkins, Patrick J. (D)

2

 

Fabrizio, Florindo J. (D)

3

 

Hornaman, John (D)

4

 

Sonney, Curtis G. (R)

5

 

Evans, John R. (R)

6

 

Roae, Brad (R)

7

 

Longietti, Mark (D)

8

 

Stevenson, Richard R. (R)

9

 

Sainato, Chris (D)

10

 

Gibbons, Jaret (D)

11

 

Ellis, Brian L. (R)

12

 

Metcalfe, Daryl D. (R)

13

 

Houghton, Tom (D)

14

 

Marshall, Jim (R)

15

 

Christiana, Jim (R)

16

 

Matzie, Robert F (D)

17

 

Brooks, Michele (R)

18

 

DiGirolamo, Gene (R)

19

 

Wheatley, Jake (D)

20

 

Ravenstahl, Adam (D)

21

 

Costa, Dom (D)

22

 

Wagner, Chelsa (D)

23

 

Frankel, Dan (D)

24

 

Preston, Joseph, Jr. (D)

25

 

Markosek, Joseph F. (D)

26

 

Hennessey, Tim (R)

27

 

Deasy, Daniel J (D)

28

 

Turzai, Mike (R)

29

 

O'Neill, Bernie (R)

30

 

Vulakovich, Randy (R)

31

 

Santarsiero, Steven J. (D)

32

 

DeLuca, Anthony M. (D)

33

 

Dermody, Frank (D)

34

 

Costa, Paul (D)

35

 

Gergely, Marc J. (D)

36

 

Readshaw, Harry (D)

37

 

Creighton, Tom C. (R)

38

 

Kortz, William C., II (D)

39

 

Levdansky, David K. (D)

40

 

Maher, John (R)

41

 

True, Katie (R)

42

 

Smith, Matthew (D)

43

 

Boyd, Scott W. (R)

44

 

Mustio, T. Mark (R)

45

 

Kotik, Nick (D)

46

 

White, Jesse (D)

47

 

Gillespie, Keith (R)

48

 

Solobay, Timothy J. (D)

49

 

Daley, Peter J. (D)

50

 

DeWeese, H. William (D)

51

 

Mahoney, Tim (D)

52

 

Kula, Deberah (D)

53

 

Godshall, Robert W. (R)

54

 

Pallone, John E. (D)

55

 

Petrarca, Joseph A. (D)

56

 

Casorio, James E., Jr. (D)

57

 

Krieger, Tim (R)

58

 

Harhai, R. Ted (D)

59

 

Reese, Mike (R)

60

 

Pyle, Jeffrey P. (R)

61

 

Harper, Kate (R)

62

 

Reed, Dave (R)

63

 

Oberlander, Donna (R)

64

 

Hutchinson, Scott E. (R)

65

 

Rapp, Kathy L. (R)

66

 

Smith, Samuel H. (R)

67

 

Causer, Martin T. (R)

68

 

Baker, Matthew E. (R)

69

 

Metzgar, Carl Walker (R)

70

 

Bradford, Matthew D. (D)

71

 

Barbin, Bryan (D)

72

 

Burns, Frank (D)

73

 

Haluska, Gary (D)

74

 

George, Camille Bud (D)

75

 

Gabler, Matt (R)

76

 

Hanna, Michael K. (D)

77

 

Conklin, H. Scott (D)

78

 

Hess, Dick L. (R)

79

 

Geist, Richard A. (R)

80

 

Stern, Jerry (R)

81

 

Fleck, Mike (R)

82

 

Harris, C. Adam (R)

83

 

Mirabito, Rick (D)

84

 

Everett, Garth D. (R)

85

 

Fairchild, Russell H. (R)

86

 

Keller, Mark K. (R)

87

 

Grell, Glen R. (R)

88

 

Delozier, Sheryl M. (R)

89

 

Kauffman, Rob W. (R)

90

 

Rock, Todd (R)

91

 

Moul, Dan (R)

92

 

Perry, Scott (R)

93

 

Miller, Ron (R)

94

 

Saylor, Stan (R)

95

 

DePasquale, Eugene (D)

96

 

Sturla, P. Michael (D)

97

 

Bear, John C. (R)

98

 

Hickernell, David S. (R)

99

 

Denlinger, Gordon (R)

100

 

Cutler, Bryan (R)

101

 

Gingrich, Mauree (R)

102

 

Swanger, RoseMarie (R)

103

 

Buxton, Ron (D)

104

 

Helm, Susan C. (R)

105

 

Marsico, Ron (R)

106

 

Payne, John D. (R)

107

 

Belfanti, Robert E., Jr. (D)

108

 

Phillips, Merle H. (R)

109

 

Millard, David R. (R)

110

 

Pickett, Tina (R)

111

 

Major, Sandra (R)

112

 

Smith, Ken (D)

113

 

Murphy, Kevin P. (D)

114

 

Wansacz, James (D)

115

 

Staback, Edward G. (D)

116

 

Eachus, Todd A. (D)

117

 

Boback, Karen (R)

118

 

Carroll , Mike (D)

119

 

Yudichak, John T. (D)

120

 

Mundy, Phyllis (D)

121

 

Pashinski, Eddie Day (D)

122

 

McCall, Keith R. (D)

123

 

Goodman, Neal P. (D)

124

 

Knowles, Jerry (R)

125

 

Seip, Tim (D)

126

 

Santoni, Dante, Jr. (D)

127

 

Caltagirone, Thomas R. (D)

128

 

Rohrer, Sam (R)

129

 

Cox, Jim (R)

130

 

Kessler, David R. (D)

131

 

Beyer, Karen D. (R)

132

 

Mann, Jennifer (D)

133

 

Brennan, Joseph F. (D)

134

 

Reichley, Douglas G. (R)

135

 

Samuelson, Steve (D)

136

 

Freeman, Robert (D)

137

 

Grucela, Richard T. (D)

138

 

Hahn, Marcia M. (R)

139

 

Peifer, Michael (R)

140

 

Galloway, John T. (D)

141

 

Melio, Anthony J. (D)

142

 

Farry, Frank A. (R)

143

 

Quinn, Marguerite (R)

144

 

Watson, Katharine M. (R)

145

 

Clymer, Paul I. (R)

146

 

Quigley, Thomas J. (R)

147

 

Toepel, Marcy (R)

148

 

Gerber, Michael (D)

149

 

Briggs, Tim (D)

150

 

Vereb, Mike (R)

151

 

Taylor, Rick (D)

152

 

Murt , Thomas P. (R)

153

 

Shapiro, Josh (D)

154

 

Curry, Lawrence H. (D)

155

 

Schroder, Curt (R)

156

 

McIlvaine Smith , Barbara (D)

157

 

Drucker, Paul J. (D)

158

 

Ross, Chris (R)

159

 

Kirkland, Thaddeus (D)

160

 

Barrar, Stephen (R)

161

 

Lentz, Bryan R. (D)

162

 

Miccarelli, Nick (R)

163

 

Micozzie, Nicholas A. (R)

164

 

VACANT

165

 

Adolph, William F., Jr. (R)

166

 

Vitali, Greg (D)

167

 

Milne, Duane (R)

168

 

Killion, Thomas H. (R)

169

 

O'Brien, Dennis M. (R)

170

 

Boyle, Brendan F. (D)

171

 

Benninghoff, Kerry A. (R)

172

 

Perzel, John M. (R)

173

 

McGeehan, Michael P. (D)

174

 

Sabatina, John P., Jr. (D)

175

 

O'Brien, Michael H. (D)

176

 

Scavello, Mario M. (R)

177

 

Taylor, John (R)

178

 

Petri, Scott A. (R)

179

 

Payton, Tony J., Jr. (D)

180

 

Cruz, Angel (D)

181

 

Thomas, W. Curtis (D)

182

 

Josephs, Babette (D)

183

 

Harhart, Julie (R)

184

 

Keller, William F. (D)

185

 

Donatucci, Robert C. (D)

186

 

Johnson, Kenyatta J. (D)

187

 

Day, Gary (R)

188

 

Roebuck, James R., Jr. (D)

189

 

Siptroth, John J. (D)

190

 

Brown, Vanessa Lowery (D)

191

 

Waters, Ronald G. (D)

192

 

Bishop, Louise Williams (D)

193

 

Tallman, Will (R)

194

 

Manderino, Kathy (D)

195

 

Oliver, Frank Louis (D)

196

 

Grove, Seth M. (R)

197

 

Williams, Jewell (D)

198

 

Youngblood, Rosita C. (D)

199

 

Gabig, Will (R)

200

 

Parker, Cherelle L. (D)

201

 

Myers, John (D)

202

 

Cohen, Mark B. (D)

203

 

Evans, Dwight (D)

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