State Reps. Tina Davis, John Galloway and Perry Warren, all D-Bucks, recently took their oath of office at the state Capitol. The swearing-in ceremony marked the beginning of the 2021-22 session of the Pennsylvania House of Representatives. Washington County Judge Brandon Neuman, a former House member, administered the oath of office.
Davis begins her sixth term representing the 141th Legislative District. She is also serving her first term as secretary of the House Democratic Caucus. Davis said she will focus on economic development and opportunity, job creation, pay equity, property tax reform and programs assisting families, seniors and veterans in the new term. She will receive committee assignments later in the month.
“I am honored that the residents of the 141st District have once again chosen me to be their advocate in Harrisburg,” Davis said. “I will use my extensive legislative experience working across the aisle to achieve the bipartisan solutions needed to address the unprecedented crisis posed by the COVID-19 pandemic. My time in the House has taught me that when the legislature comes together to tackle a problem, all Pennsylvanians benefit.”
Galloway begins his eighth term representing the 140th District. He also serves as minority chair of the House Commerce Committee. Galloway said he will focus on economic development and job creation, COVID-19 relief, increasing mental health and addiction resources, improving education and creating infrastructure for clean water in the new term.
“I’m grateful to be able to serve the people of the 140th District during this unprecedented crisis,” Galloway said. “I will continue to use my skills, depth of legislative business experience, and local and Harrisburg connections to help our community get the resources it needs to get through the pandemic. I am here for you, my neighbor. Don’t hesitate to reach out.”
Warren begins his third term representing the 31st District. He said he will focus on COVID-19 relief, child protection in custody cases (Kayden’s Law), economic development and job creation, infrastructure, community safety and environmental protection in the new term. Warren will receive committee assignments later in the month.
“All levels of government are being challenged to be creative, versatile and knowledgeable in order to provide services and relief to our residents and communities facing the pandemic,” Warren said. “I’m honored that the people of the 31st District chose me as their advocate during this period. I will continue to use my life and legislative experience and relationships on both sides of the aisle to represent and support our residents and communities.”
Their offices can help with a variety of state-related services, including home heating, children’s health insurance, prescription drug and Property Tax/Rent Rebate Program assistance.
Davis’ office, 4530 New Falls Road, Levittown, can be reached at 267-580-2660. Learn more at RepTinaDavis.com. Galloway’s office, 8610 New Falls Rd., Levittown, can be reached at 215-943-7206. Learn more at RepGalloway.com. Warren’s office, 91 S. Main St., Yardley, can be reached at 215-493-5420. Learn more at RepPerryWarren.com