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A few weeks ago, we asked Pennsylvania's opinion leaders and decision makers to recommend their choice for best dressed elected officials.  Jake Corman was the undisputed winner.  In fact, Jane Haseldine of the Centre Daily Times ran an article commenting on Corman. 

She wrote:  In a sea of starched shirts and navy blue suits, it's often hard to get recognized as a fashion plate on the floor of the state Senate. Not for Centre County's own Sen. Jake Corman, R-Bellefonte, who recently won the natty distinction of "best dressed" elected official by PoliticsPA.com, a Pennsylvania political insider's Web site.

Subsequently, we received numerous requests to expand our list. We were glad to oblige.

 

 

 

 

John Barley: Single-handedly keeps the Lancaster Brooks Brothers in business.
Don Sherwood:  Dresses for power. His clothing completes the "Congressional" look.
Jane Earll:  Simply put, impeccably dressed. 
Chaka Fattah:  Excellence in haberdashery. Dresses with style and class.
Thaddeus Kirkland:  Possibly the best dressed House member. GQ material.
Sandra Major: Nearly all state House staffers we reached agreed, she makes the list.
Jane Orie: Only legislator to earn a spot on this list and the Smartest Legislator list.
Mike Stack:  Sharp and dapper.  Pays particular attention to his footwear.
Pat Toomey:  Even looks good casual. Shown here in on a typical dress-down day.
Mike Veon: One finely dressed legislator, making effective use of color in his shirts.
Gayle Wright:  Smart and stylish. Shown here at her swearing-in.