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Paul Clymer is serving his 16th term in the Pennsylvania House of Representatives. First elected in 1980, he represents the 145th Legislative District in Bucks County.
He is currently serving as chairman of the House Education Committee and is a member of the House Gaming Oversight Committee.
He also serves as chairman of the Capitol Preservation Committee, which is responsible for preserving the historic integrity of the state Capitol’s architecture, and the paintings, furniture and artifacts located there. Clymer also previously served as chairman of the House State Government Committee.
Clymer is a part of a consortium seeking to return passenger service to Upper Bucks County communities. Clymer has also worked diligently with state, county, and local governments for the preservation of farmland and open space.
(Information obtained from Rep. Clymer’s website.)
Representative since 1985
- Personal History:
- Lives in Philadelphia, Pa.
- Married to Cheryl Arrington
- Born 2-12-45 in Philadelphia, Pa.
- Education: Central High School, 1963
- Virginia Union University, B.A. with honors, 1966
- University of Virginia, M.A., 1969; Ph.D., 1977