About Rob State Rep. Rob Kauffman was first elected to the Pennsylvania House of Representatives to represent the 89th Legislative District in 2004. Rob serves as the Republican chairman of the House Judiciary Committee. The committee deals with issues pertaining to criminal justice reform, firearms, family law, law enforcement, sex offenses, judicial reforms, animal cruelty, crime victims, juvenile justice and more. A graduate of Greencastle-Antrim High School and the American University School of Public Affairs in Washington, D.C., before being elected to serve the people of the 89th Legislative District, Rob had served as vice chairman of the Greene Township Board of Supervisors. In his community, he is a member of the Greene Township Lions Club, the Greater Chambersburg Chamber of Commerce, Franklin County Farm Bureau, the Franklin County Historical Society—Kittochtinny, the Franklin County Republican Committee and the National Rifle Association. He is also an active member of Bethel Assembly of God Church in Chambersburg. Rob and his wife, Niki, live in Scotland. They have four children and two granddaughters. The 89th Legislative District is comprised of Greene, Guilford and Hamilton townships and Chambersburg Borough in Franklin County.