– Rep. Perry Stambaugh (R-Perry/Juniata) was recently recognized by the Washington, D.C.-based Institute for Legislative Analysis (ILA) for his work in standing up for conservative principles and limited government.
Stambaugh’s voting record in the Pennsylvania General Assembly received an ILA grade of 96 percent — one of only six state Representatives to receive a mark that high — earning him the group’s top tribute: the “Charlie Gerow Award: Champion of Limited Government.”
“I am extremely humbled to be one of the few PA lawmakers recognized as a Champion of Limited Government,” Stambaugh said. “Receiving this honor shows I am accomplishing exactly what the people of Perry and Juniata counties sent me to Harrisburg to do. Protecting our liberty and freedom starts with checking the ability of government to interfere in the lives of its citizens. History has consistently shown that less government is almost always the best government.”