About Sen. Toomey
Senator Pat Toomey is a leader on economic, financial services, and budget issues. He is known as a champion of fiscal responsibility.
The Philadelphia Inquirer wrote that he has emerged as "a leading voice on money matters."
He helped write and enact the bipartisan JOBS Act, which cuts regulatory burdens on small and medium-sized businesses making it easier for them to raise capital and create jobs.
The senator serves on the Finance; Banking; Budget; and Joint Economic committees. Sen. Toomey is the chairman of the Senate Steering Committee - the coalition of Republican senators that advocates for innovative, conservative policies.
Sen. Toomey previously was elected to the House of Representatives and fulfilled his three-term pledge. In addition to his public service, the senator also was the president of the Club for Growth, owned and operated a small restaurant chain in the Lehigh Valley, and worked in the financial services industry.
Pat and Kris Toomey live in Zionsville with their three children Bridget, Patrick, and Duncan.