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Brad Roae

Republican — Representative — District 6
Available Terms:
  • 2009-2010
  • 2011-2012
  • 2013-2014
  • 2015-2016

Brad Roae represents House District 6 in the Pennsylvania House, is a member of four committees, and is the primary sponsor of 1126 bills.

2006 25375.0
2008 10184.97
2010 14990.0
2012 857.57

For detailed campaign finance information visit Influence Explorer. Figures via the National Institute on Money in State Politics.

  • District Office:

    900 Water Street Downtown Mall Meadville, PA 16335
    Phone: 814-336-1136
    Fax: 814-337-7680
  • Capitol Office:

    162B East Wing PO Box 202006 Harrisburg, PA 17120-2006
    Phone: 717-787-2353
    Fax: 717-260-6505

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News and Blog Coverage

Committee Membership

Sponsored Bills

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  • HB 1506

    An Act providing for the English language as the official language of the Commonwealth; and imposing a certain restriction on use of appropriated funds.

  • HR 435

    A Resolution impeaching Kathleen G. Kane, Attorney General of Pennsylvania, for misbehavior in office.

  • HB 1481

    An Act amending the act of March 10, 1949 (P.L.30, No.14), known as the Public School Code of 1949, in reimbursements by Commonwealth and between school districts, prohibiting supplemental funding to school districts.

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  • HR 437

    A Resolution urging the Congress of the United States and the Department of Defense to expeditiously address the safety and protection of United States Armed Forces personnel within the borders of the United States.

  • HB 508

    An Act amending Titles 4 (Amusements), 18 (Crimes and Offenses), 30 (Fish), 42 (Judiciary and Judicial Procedure) and 75 (Vehicles) of the Pennsylvania Consolidated Statutes, in administration and enforcement relating to gaming, further providing for prohibited acts and penalties; in inchoate crimes, further providing for the offense of manufacture, distribution, use or possession of devices for theft of telecommunication services; in criminal homicide, further providing for drug delivery resulting in death; in loss of property rights relating to sexual offenses, further providing for general rule; repealing provisions relating to process and seizure, to custody of property and to disposal of property; in forgery and other fraudulent practices, further providing for the offenses of copying and recording devices and of trademark counterfeiting; in riot, disorderly conduct and related offenses, further providing for the offense of gambling devices, gambling, etc; in wiretapping and electronic surveillance, further providing for seizure and forfeiture of electronic, mechanical or other devices; in minors, further providing for sentencing and penalties for trafficking drugs to minors; in nuisances, further providing for the offense of scattering rubbish; in other offenses, further providing for drug trafficking sentencing and penalties; in vehicle chop shop and illegally obtained and altered property, further providing for loss of property rights to Commonwealth; repealing provisions relating to procedure with respect to seized property subject to liens and rights of lienholders; in enforcement relating to Fish and Boat Code, further providing for forfeiture of fish and devices; adding provisions relating to asset forfeiture in Judicial Code; in forfeitures, further providing for controlled substances forfeiture and procedure with respect to seized property subject to liens and rights of lienholders; in size, weight and load relating to Vehicle Code, further providing for transporting foodstuffs in vehicles used to transport waste; in liquid fuels and fuel use tax enforcement, further providing for forfeitures, process and procedures and for disposition of fines and forfeitures; and making repeals of provisions of the Liquor Code, the Tax Reform Code of 1971 and another act relating to certain forfeiture of property.

  • HB 267

    An Act amending the act of April 9, 1929 (P.L.177, No.175), known as The Administrative Code of 1929, in powers and duties of Department of Labor and Industry, further providing for fair share fee and payroll deduction.

Recent Votes

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HR 448

HR 448 PN 2124

Legislator Vote: Yes

•••Yes: 19596.0
•••No: 00.0
•••Other: 83.0
HR 445

UNCONTESTED CALENDAR, SUPPLEMENTAL A

Legislator Vote: Yes

•••Yes: 19596.0
•••No: 00.0
•••Other: 83.0
HR 107

HR 107 PN 665

Legislator Vote: Yes

•••Yes: 19596.0
•••No: 00.0
•••Other: 83.0
HR 446

HR 446 PN 2122

Legislator Vote: Yes

•••Yes: 19596.0
•••No: 00.0
•••Other: 83.0
HR 450

HR 450 PN 2126

Legislator Vote: Yes

•••Yes: 19596.0
•••No: 00.0
•••Other: 83.0
HR 447

HR 447 PN 2123

Legislator Vote: Yes

•••Yes: 19596.0
•••No: 00.0
•••Other: 83.0
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