Goodman re-elected to House Democratic leadership team
HARRISBURG, Nov. 14 – State Rep. Neal P. Goodman on Tuesday was re-elected to the House Democratic leadership team and will continue serving as caucus administrator for the 2019-20 legislative session.
In that position, Goodman oversees day-to-day operations of the caucus at the Capitol.
"I'm looking forward to continuing to carry out my responsibilities as caucus administrator, and continuing to represent the interests of the people of the 123rd Legislative District," said Goodman, D-Schuylkill County.
Goodman began serving as caucus administrator in 2012. House Democrats elect their leaders as part of reorganization every two years.
Goodman is the first House Democrat from Schuylkill County to hold a leadership position in the caucus since his uncle, James Goodman, served as chairman of the House Democratic Policy Committee from 1977 to 1980.
Goodman has worked in state government for 28 years, serving as chief of staff to retired state Rep. Edward J. Lucyk from 1993 to 2002. During that time, he served as executive director of the House Veterans Affairs and Tourism and Recreational Development committees. He took office as state representative in 2003, and was recently elected to a ninth term.
Other members of the Democratic leadership team elected Tuesday are: Leader Frank Dermody, Allegheny County; Whip Jordan Harris, Philadelphia County; Caucus Chair Joanna McClinton, Philadelphia County; Caucus Secretary Rosita Youngblood, Philadelphia County; Policy Committee Chairman Mike Sturla, Lancaster County; and Appropriations Chairman Matthew Bradford, Montgomery County.
A photo of the House Democratic Leadership team is available here.