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Senator Martin’s Office to Host License Plate Replacement Event in East Earl July 9
June 18, 2024

Senator Martin’s Office to Host License Plate Replacement Event in East Earl July 9

The office of Senator Scott Martin (R-Lancaster) will host a damaged license plate replacement event with the East Earl Township Police Department on Tuesday, July 9, from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m.  [Read More]

PA Senate Approves “Grow PA” Bills to Support Affordable Pathways to Higher Ed, Career Prep
June 11, 2024

PA Senate Approves “Grow PA” Bills to Support Affordable Pathways to Higher Ed, Career Prep

Tens of thousands of students would have more opportunities to pursue affordable post-secondary education and career preparation programs under a package of bills approved with bipartisan support by the Pennsylvania Senate this week.  [Read More]

Pennsylvania Senate Honors 2024 State Champion High School Wrestlers
June 10, 2024

Pennsylvania Senate Honors 2024 State Champion High School Wrestlers

More than a dozen high school state wrestling champions were recognized on the Pennsylvania Senate floor today as part of High School Wrestling Day at the State Capitol, according to Senator Scott Martin (R-Lancaster).  [Read More]

Yaw, Martin Resolution Designates June 2-8, 2024, as “Chesapeake Bay Awareness Week” in Pennsylvania
June 5, 2024

Yaw, Martin Resolution Designates June 2-8, 2024, as “Chesapeake Bay Awareness Week” in Pennsylvania

The week of June 2nd through June 8th, 2024, will be designated as “Chesapeake Bay Awareness Week” in Pennsylvania under Senate Resolution 305, sponsored by Sen. Gene Yaw (R-23), vice chairman of the Chesapeake Bay Commission (CBC) and chairman of the CBC Pennsylvania Delegation, and Sen. Scott Martin (R-13), member of the CBC Pennsylvania delegation and former CBC chair.  [Read More]

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Office of Senator Scott Martin

Harrisburg Office

Senate Box 203013
Main Capitol 281
Harrisburg, PA 17120-3013
Telephone: (717) 787-6535
Fax: 717-772-5471
TTY: (800) 364-1581
Toll Free: (800) 235-1313

District Office

135 East Main Street, Suite 1-A
Strasburg, PA 17579
Telephone: (717) 397-1309
Fax: 717-299-7798

We have a clear choice on the best way forward for taxpayers. 

As Pennsylvania families navigate these difficult inflationary times, the tax cuts approved by the Senate invest in EVERY Pennsylvanian.

We have a clear choice on the best way forward for taxpayers.

As Pennsylvania families navigate these difficult inflationary times, the tax cuts approved by the Senate invest in EVERY Pennsylvanian.
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Governor Shapiro’s budget would add billions of dollars in recurring expenses that would add to taxpayers’ burdens for years to come. 

Our tax plan would give money back to taxpayers and allow them to decide how to spend their money.

Governor Shapiro’s budget would add billions of dollars in recurring expenses that would add to taxpayers’ burdens for years to come.

Our tax plan would give money back to taxpayers and allow them to decide how to spend their money.
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🇺🇸The PA Senate voted to ensure more disabled veterans can access key benefits and programs. https://bit.ly/3xljcC7

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🇺🇸The PA Senate voted to ensure more disabled veterans can access key benefits and programs. https://bit.ly/3xljcC7

#PASenate #veterans #veteransupport #veteranservices
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Meet Scott Martin

Scott Martin is a lifelong Lancaster County resident with deep roots in the community. Scott currently serves as part of the Senate Republican Leadership team as Chair of the Senate Appropriations Committee, which plays a crucial role in negotiating and developing the state budget. During his three terms in the Senate, he has authored dozens of laws to improve the quality of life for Pennsylvanians. He previously served as Chair of the Senate Education Committee and Senate Local Government Committee.
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