State Representative Daryl Metcalfe (R-Butler)
Recognized by the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette as the Pennsylvania General Assembly’s “No. 1 Conservative,” State Representative Daryl Metcalfe (R-Butler) is serving his ninth term in office and his third consecutive session as the Republican Majority Chairman of the Pennsylvania House State Government Committee.
The House State Government Committee is responsible for reviewing legislation dealing with all aspects of state government, including: proposed amendments to the Pennsylvania Constitution, statewide initiatives and referenda, the Public Official and Employee Ethics Act, the Regulatory Review Act, legislative redistricting, election code reform, lobbyist disclosure and campaign financing.
During his tenure, Representative Metcalfe has been a leader on the issues of taxpayer protection, the protection of Second Amendment freedoms, ending teacher strikes and right to work. Other legislative initiatives include proposals to completely eliminate property taxes in the Commonwealth and requiring voter referendum for any and all future local tax increases.
In 2014, Representative Metcalfe’s legislation to make the punishment more adequately fit the crime for copper wiring theft and also impose financial penalties against any jurisdiction that illegally adopts local gun control was signed into law as Act 192 of 2014.
As a statewide leader on ending the illegal alien invasion, Representative Metcalfe is also the founder of StateLegislatorsforLegalImmigration.com. The coalition, which was founded in 2007, serves as a network for state legislators across the nation who are committed to working together in demanding full cooperation among our federal, state and local governments in eliminating all economic attractions and incentives for illegal aliens, as well as securing our borders against unlawful invasion.
A U.S. Army veteran, Representative Metcalfe attended Kansas State University and was employed more than 14 years in the private sector first as an electronic technician for Magnavox and then as a field engineer for DuPont/Dade Behring before his election to the Pennsylvania House in 1998.
Located in Butler County about 20 miles north of the City of Pittsburgh, Representative Metcalfe’s legislative district includes Adams, Clinton, Cranberry, Forward, Middlesex and Penn townships, and Callery, Mars, Seven Fields and Valencia boroughs.
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