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Sam Rohrer

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”’Samuel E. Rohrer”’ (born [[August 11]], [[1955]] in [[Dover, Ohio]]) is a businessman and [[Republican Party (United States)|Republican]] politician who represents the 128th Legislative District (part of [[Berks County, Pennsylvania|Berks County]]) in the [[Pennsylvania House of Representatives]].<ref>[ VoteSmart website]</ref> A graduate of [[Tuscarawas Valley High School]] and [[Bob Jones University]] (B.S., Business Administration, 1977), Rohrer was first elected to his seat in 1992. He is chairman of the Game and Fisheries Committee.<ref>[ Pennsylvania House of Representatives website]</ref> Rohrer’s website notes his interest in promoting ‘private or enhanced public school programs’ and declares his ‘uncompromising support for [[Second Amendment]] freedoms.'<ref>[]</ref> Rohrer has been a strong opponent of the [[REAL ID Act]]. <ref>[ Text of speech, April 18, 2008]</ref>

Rohrer and his wife, Ruth Ann, have six children and two grandchildren.<ref>[]</ref>


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[[Category:Members of the Pennsylvania House of Representatives]]


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