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Curt Sonney

Curt Sonney
Member of the Pennsylvania House of Representatives
from the 4th district
Incumbent
Assumed office
January 4, 2005[1]
Preceded by Thomas J. Scrimenti
Personal details
Born (1951-08-12) August 12, 1951 (ageĀ 62)
Erie, Pennsylvania
Political party Republican
Spouse(s) Cathy Jodon-Sonney
Residence Harborcreek Township, Pennsylvania
Alma mater Penn State Erie
Religion Lutheran

Curtis G. "Curt" Sonney is a member of the Pennsylvania House of Representatives for the 4th District made up of parts of Erie County. He is a member of the Republican Party.

Personal

During high school, Sonney attended classes at Erie County Vo-Tech. He later took courses at Penn State Behrend in Erie.

Prior to being elected, Sonney was a self-employed contractor. He later took a job with American Sterilizer Co, now STERIS Corporation. Sonney is a member of United Auto Workers Local 832.

Political

Sonney was first elected in 2004 when he defeated incumbent Tom Scrimenti by 180 votes.[2] In 2006, he ran unopposed for re-election.

In 2007, Representative Sonney serves on Education, Gaming Oversight, Health & Human Services, Tourism & Recreational Development Committees. For the 2009-10 Legislative Session, Representative Sonney has been appointed to serve on the House Game and Fisheries, Liquor Control, and Tourism and Recreational Development Committees.

References

External links

  • Representative Curt Sonney official web site
  • PA House profile
  • Project Vote Smart

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