|2007||Majority Policy Committee Chairman||34||Republican|
|2008||Majority Policy Committee Chairman||34||Republican|
|2009||Majority Appropriations Committee Chairman||34||Republican|
|2010||Majority Appropriations Committee Chairman||34||Republican|
|2011||Majority Appropriations Committee Chairman||34||Republican|
|2012||Majority Appropriations Committee Chairman||34||Republican|
|2013||Majority Appropriations Committee Chairman||34||Republican|
|2014||Majority Appropriations Committee Chairman||34||Republican|
|2015||Majority Floor Leader||34||Republican|
|2016||Majority Floor Leader||34||Republican|
|2017||Majority Floor Leader||34||Republican|
|2018||Majority Floor Leader||34||Republican|
|2019||Majority Floor Leader||34||Republican|
|2020||Majority Floor Leader||34||Republican|
|2021||President Pro Tempore||34||Republican|
|2022||President Pro Tempore||34||Republican|
Jacob Doyle “Jake” Corman, III (R34) Centre, Clinton, Juniata, Mifflin and Perry (Part) Counties 1999-2004 (R34) Centre (Part), Juniata, Mifflin (Part), Perry and Union (Part) Counties 2005-2014 (R34) Centre, Huntingdon (Part), Juniata and Mifflin Counties 2015-2022
Jacob Doyle “Jake” Corman, III, born September 9, 1964, Bellefonte, Centre County, Pennsylvania; son of Jacob Doyle Corman Jr. and Rebecca “Becky” Kay DavisCorman; Bellefonte Area High School; Pennsylvania College of Technology, (A.S.), communications, 1990; Pennsylvania State University, (BA), journalism, 1993; married, Kelli Lopsonzski, three children; field service director, Pennsylvania Builders Association, 1993-1994; state director, Central Pennsylvania, United States Senator Rick Santorum, 1994-1998; elected, Republican, Pennsylvania State Senate, 1999-2022; Majority Leader, 2015- 2020; President Pro Tempore, Pennsylvania Senate, 2020- left office November 2022.
Professional titles; business ownership; board memberships; local government; club memberships:
Member, Pennsylvania State University Alumni Association; Pleasant Gap United Methodist Church; Bellefonte Area Jaycees; Bellefonte Kiwanis; Ducks Unlimited; Fraternal Order of Police; National Wild Turkey Association.
Field Service Director, Pennsylvania Builders Association, 1993-1994; State Director, Central Pennsylvania, United States Senator Rick Santorum, 1994-1998.
Elected, Republican, Pennsylvania State Senate, 34th district, Centre, Clinton, Juniata, Mifflin and Perry (Part) Counties 1999-2004, Republican, Pennsylvania State Senate, 34th district, Centre (Part), Juniata, Mifflin (Part), Perry and Union (Part) Counties 2005-2014, Republican, Pennsylvania State Senate, 34th district, Centre, Huntingdon (Part), Juniata and Mifflin Counties 2015-2022; Majority Policy Committee Chairman, 2007-2008; Chairman, Appropriations Committee, 2009-2014; Majority Leader, Pennsylvania Senate, 2015-2020; President Pro Tempore, 2020-2022; committee assignments, Banking and Insurance, Education, Game and Fisheries, Rules and Executive Nominations, State Government; while President Pro Tempore, 2020-2022, member ex-officio of all Standing Committees; 34th district, eliminated, redistricting process, 2022; not a candidate for reelection, 2022, left office, November 2022.
Candidate, Republican, Pennsylvania Governor, spring primary, May 2022.
Father, Jacob Doyle Corman Jr., Pennsylvania State Senate, 34th district, Cambria (Part), Cameron, Centre, Clearfield and Mifflin (Part) Counties, 1977-1982 34th district, Cameron, Centre, Clearfield (Part), Clinton, Juniata (Part), Mifflin Counties 1983-1992 34th district, Centre, Clinton, Juniata, Mifflin, Perry (Part) Counties 1993-1998. Father and son represented 34th district, 1977- district, eliminated, redistricting process, 2022.
Prime sponsor, Senate Bill 1, pension reform legislation, 2017, P.L. 11, No. 5. Regular Session 2017-2018 Senate Bill 0001 P.N. 0902 (state.pa.us)
Sued the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA), seeking to reverse sanctions that the athletic association imposed against Pennsylvania State University after the Penn State child sex abuse scandal. In a settlement, the NCAA lifted the sanctions against the university.
Prime sponsor of Timothy J. Piazza Anti-Hazing Law, 2018, P.L. 535, No. 80. Regular Session 2017-2018 Senate Bill 1090 P.N. 1825 (state.pa.us)
The Pennsylvania Manual, (2013-2014). Phillips, S., (Editor). (Volume 121). Commonwealth of Pennsylvania; pages 3-35, 3-39. Biographies of Members of the Senate, page 3-16.