Davidson sworn in as state representative for fourth term

HARRISBURG, Jan. 4 – State Rep. Margo Davidson on Tuesday was sworn into office for a fourth term as representative for the 164th Legislative District during a ceremony in the Capitol.


The Pennsylvania House of Representatives swearing-in corresponds with the first Tuesday in January, every two years. This year is Pennsylvania’s 201st legislative session.


"I am excited to continue serving the great people of Upper Darby, East Lansdowne and Millbourne and Yeadon. As a voice for my constituents in Harrisburg, I want to connect people to state services that can help them and their families," she said. "I’d also like to advocate for the legislative priorities that I have focused on since I started in office, including keeping taxes low and stimulating job creation through small business development."


Davidson said that she also is looking forward to continued work to increase the minimum wage, committing more money to classrooms from pre-K to colleges, supporting economic opportunities, and supporting vibrant communities, among other legislative initiatives.


“It’s an honor to represent the community that I love so dearly,” said Davidson, D-Delaware. “I remain committed and engaged with hard-working families, students and retirees in the 164th Legislative District, and I will continue to be a steadfast fighter for the people that I am honored to serve.”


Davidson’s website is at www.pahouse.com/Davidson. Her legislative social media accounts can be found on Facebook and Twitter.