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Speaker of the House
Representative Peter C. Schwartzkopf
(D)  
Rehoboth
Legislative District:  14


Legislative Hall OfficeOutside Office
411 Legislative Avenue
Dover, DE 19901

Phone: (302) 744-4351

E-mail Address(s): Peter.Schwartzkopf@state.de.us Website: www.dehousedems.com
Biography
Representative Peter C. Schwartzkopf is the Speaker of the Delaware House of Representatives. He served as Majority Leader for four years before being elected Speaker of the House in 2012. He is a full-time legislator with an extensive background in public safety.

Rep. Schwartzkopf, who has represented the 14th district since 2002, is a retired Delaware State Police captain and troop commander with 25 years of service.

Rep. Schwartzkopf graduated from Wilmington College with a BS in Human Resource Management and continued his education with many certification courses during his career on the Delaware State Police.

Rep. Schwartzkopf is active with several non-profit organizations including the Delaware Special Olympics, the Midway Lions Club, the Delaware State Troopers Association, the National Kidney Foundation (having donated an organ), and the Jean & Joan Fund which raises money to help families and patients who are being treated at Tunnell Cancer Center.

Rep. Schwartzkopf is a member of the House Administration, House Rules, House Ethics and House Veteran Affairs committees.

As a lifeguard for many summers in his youth, Delaware’s coastal communities have always held a special place in Rep. Schwarzkopf’s heart. These days, the representative and his wife Carol enjoy spending time with their children and grand-children while taking advantage of all the First State has to offer to residents and visitors alike.