Poll: When Will The PA House Agree On The Rules?

The Pennsylvania General Assembly is on hold as of today.

The State Senate has adjourned until February 27.

The State House has yet to organize, though a six-person panel has convened to work through the rules issues for the term.

Our question to you – when do you think they will reach their decision and pass the rules for 2023-24?

You can cast your vote until 8 p.m. on Monday, January 23.

Thanks for participating and feel free to comment below.

 

When Will PA House Agree On Rules?


  • After the Special House Elections (Feb 7) (92%)
  • End of the Month (Jan 31) (4%)
  • End of Next Week (Jan 27) (2%)
  • Early February (Feb 1-6) (2%)

Total Voters: 152

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One Response

  1. It would seem it would be to the advantage of Democrat “establishment leadership” to drag this out until after the special elections to oust Rozzi and get McClinton in as the Speaker. – The goal the whole time. Rozzi is missing both a huge political opportunity but also a case study for Pennsylvania should he have followed through on truly becoming an independent in a split state House. Should his leadership skills have been fine-tuned he could have accomplished both these things and still achieved his goal of advancing his personal legislative agenda. He now risks loosing both and being seen as the guy who failed at both.

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  • When Will PA House Agree On Rules?


    • After the Special House Elections (Feb 7) (92%)
    • End of the Month (Jan 31) (4%)
    • End of Next Week (Jan 27) (2%)
    • Early February (Feb 1-6) (2%)

    Total Voters: 152

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