Kathy Rapp

Party: Republican

Office: PA House ( District: 65 )

Candidate Bio

State Representative Kathy Rapp brings to the Pennsylvania House of Representatives vast experience in both the public and private sectors to represent the people of the 65th Legislative Districts in Crawford, Forest and Warren counties. As one of the Legislature’s most consistent and outspoken pro-life advocates, Kathy has again been appointed to serve as majority co-chair of the bipartisan Pennsylvania House Pro-Life Caucus for the 2017-18 legislative session. (The are currently no other candidates from other parties running in this district.)
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Should businesses have the right to deny services based on the customer's sexual orientation/gender identity? State / National

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How should drug addiction - such as heroin addiction - be treated? State / National

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Should regulations be created to limit how prescription painkillers are prescribed? State / National

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What is your view on Climate Change? State / National

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Do you support net neutrality? State / National

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Regarding gun laws, what generally do you support from the choices below? State / National

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Should we be more or less involved in helping to manage international affairs? State / National

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How should Pennsylvania regulate marijuana? State

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Should the drawing of district lines be done by an independent system instead of state legislators? State

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How should the general assembly balance the state budget? State

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Should the minimum wage be raised? State / National

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