With a lifelong commitment to our community and a career spent fighting for families and taxpayers, Rob Teplitz is the most qualified and capable candidate to represent Dauphin and York counties in the Senate of Pennsylvania (15th district). Rob’s experience, skills, and character will serve us well as our next State Senator. He will spend every day focused on creating jobs, strengthening our schools, keeping taxes as low as possible, and bringing fundamental reforms to state government.
Rob is currently the Chief Counsel and Policy Director at the Pennsylvania Department of the Auditor General. He has spent most of his career fighting alongside Bob Casey and Jack Wagner to protect your hard-earned tax dollars, make government programs work better, and bring transparency, accountability, and reform to the Capitol. Among his proudest accomplishments are strengthening Megan’s Law to protect women and children from sexual predators, exposing the risky financial schemes that government uses to gamble away your tax dollars on Wall Street, and helping to put those who violate the public trust behind bars.
Rob, age 41, is a lifelong Central Pennsylvanian who grew up in Dauphin County’s Lower Paxton Township. His wife Randi is a lawyer, professor, and long-time advocate for victims of domestic violence. They make their home in Susquehanna Township, where they are teaching Central Pennsylvania values to their two young sons.
Rob is an honors graduate of Central Dauphin High School, Franklin & Marshall College, and Cornell Law School. His extensive involvement in our community includes service with such diverse organizations as the American Cancer Society, Jewish Federation of Greater Harrisburg, and Dauphin County Bar Association.
In addition, Rob is an Adjunct Professor of law and history at Central Penn College in Summerdale. He has also taught at the Harrisburg campus of Widener University School of Law. He began his professional career as a commercial litigator at the Harrisburg law firm of McNees, Wallace & Nurick LLC.