|2013||Majority Caucus Administrator||33||Republican|
|2014||Majority Caucus Administrator||33||Republican|
|2015||Majority Caucus Secretary||33||Republican|
|2016||Majority Caucus Secretary||33||Republican|
|2017||Majority Caucus Secretary||33||Republican|
|2018||Majority Caucus Secretary||33||Republican|
|2019||Majority Caucus Secretary||33||Republican|
COUNTIES: Adams, Cumberland, York, Franklin
Richard L. Alloway II (R31) Adams, Cumberland, Franklin, York Counties 2008-2019
Richard L. Alloway II, born February 22, 1968, Chambersburg, Franklin County, Pennsylvania, son of Richard and Saundra Alloway; Chambersburg Area Senior High School, 1986; Shippensburg University (B.A.), government, 1993; Widener University School of Law (J.D.), 2002; attorney, private practice; Magisterial District Justice; married, Shannon; elected, Republican, Pennsylvania State Senate, 2008- resigned, February 28, 2019.
Owner, Madison Settlement Services; attorney, private practice, Alloway Law; Magisterial District Justice; Rich the Carpet Guy, Chincoteague Bike Shop, Chincoteague, Virginia.
Professional titles; business ownership; board memberships; local government; club memberships:
Member, Franklin County Area Development Corporation, Downtown Chambersburg; member, Chesapeake Bay Foundation; National Rifle Association; Hamilton Township Ruritan Club; Franklin County Farm Bureau; Pleasant Hall Fire Company; Trinity Lutheran Church; member, board of governors at State System of Higher Education; president, Green Township/Lurgan Township Lions Clubs; member, Mercersburg Sportsman; board member, president, Falling Spring Chapter of Trout Unlimited.
Elected, Republican, Pennsylvania State Senate, 31st district, Adams, Cumberland, Franklin, York Counties, 2008; Majority Caucus Administrator, 2013-2014; Majority Caucus Secretary 2015-2019; chair, Law and Justice, Game and Fisheries Committees; vice-chair, Law and Justice Committee; member, Community, Economic and Recreational Development, Game and Fisheries, Judiciary, Rules and Executive Nominations and State Government Committees; elected, Chesapeake Bay Committee; resigned February 28, 2019.
Bogden, S. (Ed.). McKain, A., (Ed.). (2017-2018). The Pennsylvania manual, 123. Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, p. 3-14 and 3-38.