Photos from Harrisburg and the district

Photos from Harrisburg and the district

Rep. Chris Rabb welcomes Miss Pennsylvania, Tiffany Seitz, to the state Capitol.

Rep. Chris Rabb welcomes Miss Pennsylvania, Tiffany Seitz, to the state Capitol.



Rep. Chris Rabb gets an up-close look at an electric vehicle during a demonstration outside the state Capitol.

Rep. Chris Rabb gets an up-close look at an electric vehicle during a demonstration outside the state Capitol.



Rep. Chris Rabb, joined by other state legislators, mental health and LGBTQ advocates, attends a news conference to discuss legislation that would address the harms associated with conversion therapy by prohibiting mental health professionals from performing the practive on an individual younger than 18.

Rep. Chris Rabb, joined by other state legislators, mental health and LGBTQ advocates, attends a news conference to discuss legislation that would address the harms associated with conversion therapy by prohibiting mental health professionals from performing the practive on an individual younger than 18.



Rep. Chris Rabb makes comments during the House debate on the 2019-20 state budget.

Rep. Chris Rabb makes comments during the House debate on the 2019-20 state budget.



Rep. Chris Rabb and his colleagues in the House of Representatives welcome members of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc., during their annual 'AKA Day at the Capitol' on March 19, 2019.

Rep. Chris Rabb and his colleagues in the House of Representatives welcome members of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc., during their annual "AKA Day at the Capitol" on March 19, 2019.



Rep. Chris Rabb and Speaker of the PA House Mike Turzai welcome Rep. Rabb's district office interns’ to the state Capitol.

Rep. Chris Rabb and Speaker of the PA House Mike Turzai welcome Rep. Rabb's district office interns’ to the state Capitol.



Rep. Chris Rabb speaks out against racism and injustice after meeting with the “Grandview 5,” a group of African-American women who had the police called on them while golfing in York County.

Rep. Chris Rabb speaks out against racism and injustice after meeting with the “Grandview 5,” a group of African-American women who had the police called on them while golfing in York County.



Rep. Chris Rabb discusses the importance of honoring the legacy and contributions of African Americans in Pennsylvania, and throughout the nation, at a Harrisburg event in recognition of Black History Month.

Rep. Chris Rabb discusses the importance of honoring the legacy and contributions of African Americans in Pennsylvania, and throughout the nation, at a Harrisburg event in recognition of Black History Month.



Rep. Chris Rabb stands with colleagues, along with members and supporters from the Coalition to Abolish Death by Incarceration, for a rally in Harrisburg to advocate for legislation that would extend parole eligibility to all people serving sentences of life imprisonment.

Rep. Chris Rabb stands with colleagues, along with members and supporters from the Coalition to Abolish Death by Incarceration, for a rally in Harrisburg to advocate for legislation that would extend parole eligibility to all people serving sentences of life imprisonment.



Rep. Rabb welcomes Alon Gur, a graduate of Yale Law School to Harrisburg.

Rep. Rabb welcomes Alon Gur, a graduate of Yale Law School to Harrisburg.



Representative Rabb and colleagues attended a Harrisburg press conference calling for the House and Senate State Government Committees to review redistricting reform bills and hold hearings across the state to get feedback on the proposed legislation.”

Representative Rabb and colleagues attended a Harrisburg press conference calling for the House and Senate State Government Committees to review redistricting reform bills and hold hearings across the state to get feedback on the proposed legislation.”



 I stood with Governor Tom Wolf, legislators, advocates, and students to announce the upcoming introduction of a package of six bills as part of his “It’s On Us PA” campaign to combat sexual violence in K-12 schools and on college and university campuses.

I stood with Governor Tom Wolf, legislators, advocates, and students to announce the upcoming introduction of a package of six bills as part of his “It’s On Us PA” campaign to combat sexual violence in K-12 schools and on college and university campuses.





Rep. Rabb is joined by other Philadelphia lawmakers and calls on the Republican majority to bring the House of Representatives back to Harrisburg to vote on the state budget

Rep. Rabb is joined by other Philadelphia lawmakers and calls on the Republican majority to bring the House of Representatives back to Harrisburg to vote on the state budget



Rep. Chris Rabb welcomes his summer interns, Adia Berkel and Raven Dorsey, to Harrisburg.

Rep. Chris Rabb welcomes his summer interns, Adia Berkel and Raven Dorsey, to Harrisburg.



Representative Rabb presentated a condolence resolution to remember the life, accomplishments, and public dedication of Ahmeenah Young. Ms. Young was the first African American, and the first female president and chief executive officer, of the Philadelphia Convention Center. This a a photo of Ms. Young's family.

Representative Rabb presentated a condolence resolution to remember the life, accomplishments, and public dedication of Ahmeenah Young. Ms. Young was the first African American, and the first female president and chief executive officer, of the Philadelphia Convention Center. This a a photo of Ms. Young's family.



Rep. Chris Rabb is joined by students, parents, community activists, and faith leaders for “Educational Apartheid” Day of Action, organized by POWER (Philadelphians Organized to Witness, Empower & Rebuild) to demand fair and fully funded education for Pennsylvania’s public school students.

Rep. Chris Rabb is joined by students, parents, community activists, and faith leaders for “Educational Apartheid” Day of Action, organized by POWER (Philadelphians Organized to Witness, Empower & Rebuild) to demand fair and fully funded education for Pennsylvania’s public school students.



Representative Rabb joined with some of his colleagues from the Senate to create the First Chance Trust Fund, which would be used to support evidence-based programs and scholarships that benefit at-risk youth.

Representative Rabb joined with some of his colleagues from the Senate to create the First Chance Trust Fund, which would be used to support evidence-based programs and scholarships that benefit at-risk youth.



Representative Chris Rabb and Dr. Kim May on the House floor.

Representative Chris Rabb and Dr. Kim May on the House floor.



Rep. Ryan Rabb is joined with other elected officials as he speaks at a Harrisburg news conference discussing his legislation dealing with same-day voter registration.

Rep. Ryan Rabb is joined with other elected officials as he speaks at a Harrisburg news conference discussing his legislation dealing with same-day voter registration.



Representative Rabb spoke on House Resolution 331, which would direct the Legislative Budget and Finance Committee to conduct the feasibility study and analyze all of PA’s public institutions of higher ed.

Representative Rabb spoke on House Resolution 331, which would direct the Legislative Budget and Finance Committee to conduct the feasibility study and analyze all of PA’s public institutions of higher ed.



Representative Rabb and Sam Gerlach pictured on the House Floor. Sam is an Intern in Representative Rabb's office.

Representative Rabb and Sam Gerlach pictured on the House Floor. Sam is an Intern in Representative Rabb's office.



Rep. Chris Rabb, D-Phila., at left, joined fellow legislators in calling for passage of a statewide law to protect minors from anti-LGBT 'conversion therapy.' Rep. Jordan Harris, D-Phila., is speaking and at right is Rep. Brian Sims, D-Phila. The news conference was held at Philadelphia City Hall and included Mayor Jim Kenney.

Rep. Chris Rabb, D-Phila., at left, joined fellow legislators in calling for passage of a statewide law to protect minors from anti-LGBT "conversion therapy." Rep. Jordan Harris, D-Phila., is speaking and at right is Rep. Brian Sims, D-Phila. The news conference was held at Philadelphia City Hall and included Mayor Jim Kenney.