|1981||Majority Floor Leader||30||Republican|
|1982||Majority Floor Leader||30||Republican|
|1983||Majority Floor Leader||30||Republican|
|1984||Majority Floor Leader||30||Republican|
|1985||President Pro Tempore||30||Republican|
|1986||President Pro Tempore||30||Republican|
|1987||President Pro Tempore||30||Republican|
|1988||President Pro Tempore||30||Republican|
|1989||President Pro Tempore||30||Republican|
|1990||President Pro Tempore||30||Republican|
|1991||President Pro Tempore||30||Republican|
|1992||Minority Floor Leader||30||Republican|
|1993||Minority Floor Leader||30||Republican|
|1994||President Pro Tempore||30||Republican|
|1995||President Pro Tempore||30||Republican|
|1996||President Pro Tempore||30||Republican|
|1997||President Pro Tempore||30||Republican|
|1998||President Pro Tempore||30||Republican|
|1999||President Pro Tempore||30||Republican|
|2000||President Pro Tempore||30||Republican|
|2001||President Pro Tempore||30||Republican|
|2002||President Pro Tempore||30||Republican|
|2003||President Pro Tempore||30||Republican|
|2004||President Pro Tempore||30||Republican|
|2005||President Pro Tempore||30||Republican|
|2006||President Pro Tempore||30||Republican|
COUNTIES: Bedford, Blair, Fulton, Huntingdon, Mifflin
Robert Carl Jubelirer (R30) Bedford, Blair, Fulton and Huntingdon Counties, 1975-2001, (R30) Bedford, Blair, Fulton, Huntingdon and Mifflin County 2001-2006
Robert Carl Jubelirer, born February 9, 1937, Altoona, Blair County, Pennsylvania; son of Judge Samuel H and Dorothy Brett Jubelirer; Pennsylvania State University (B.A.), history, 1959; Dickinson School of Law (J.D.), 1962; lawyer, law firm practice; elected, Republican, Pennsylvania State Senate, 1975-2006, elected, majority leader 1981-1984, president pro tempore 1985-1992, minority leader 1992-1994, president pro tempore 1994-2006; law firm practice, 2007; married, Commonwealth Court Judge Renee Cohn Jubelirer; three children; three stepchildren; three grandchildren.
Partner, Jubelirer, Carothers, Krier, and Halpern law firm; chair, Blair County Multiple Sclerosis Society; member, Advisory Council for the Hollidaysburg Veterans Home. Partner, Obermayer, Rebmann, Maxwell and Hippel, 2007
Pennsylvania Chapter of the Society of Professional Journalist; Pennsylvania Rural Electric Association; Nation Federation of Independent Business; Blair County Chapter of the NAACP; President's Award from the Pennsylvania Bar Association; Gold Medal Award from the Pennsylvania Association of Broadcasters; Common Cause Champion of Good Government Award; Dickinson School of Law Career Achievement Award; The Pennsylvania State University Distinguished Alumni and Alumni Fellow Award.
Lessons from a Legislative Life, August 25, 2017; the modern "Sunshine Law," opening up state and local government meetings to the public; the Tuition Account Program (TAP), giving families a tax-friendly way to save for the higher education of their children and grandchildren; "Ashley's Law," providing essential child protection measures.
Elected, Republican, Pennsylvania State Senate, 30th district, Bedford, Blair, Fulton and Huntingdon Counties, 1975-2001, elected, Republican, 30th district, Bedford, Blair, Fulton, Huntingdon and Mifflin Counties, 2001-2006; elected majority leader, 1981-1984, president pro tempore 1985-1992, minority leader 1992-1994, president pro tempore 1994-2006, lost primary election, 2006, attributable legislative pay raise vote, 2005; longest serving President Pro Tempore on record.
29th Lieutenant Governor of Pennsylvania 2001-2003; Pennsylvania Governor Tom Ridge resigned, President George Bush Homeland Security Advisor, Lieutenant Governor Mark Schweiker ascended to the governorship. By provision, 1968 Pennsylvania Constitution, as President Pro Tempore, automatically elevated to Lieutenant Governor and sworn in.
Trust fund, was established in his name to provide scholarships to students in the College of Information Science and Technology at The Pennsylvania State University for having served the longest Pennsylvania Senate president pro tempore.