Fitzgerald sworn in for second term as state representative

HARRISBURG, Jan. 1 – During a ceremony at the state Capitol to open the 203rd legislative session, state Rep. Isabella Fitzgerald took the oath of office to begin her second term in the Pennsylvania House of Representatives.

“What an honor it is to be re-elected to serve the folks from the 203rd Legislative District,” Fitzgerald said. “I want to thank them for continuing to put their trust in me, and I am driven to ensure that their interests are represented within their communities and across the state.”

During her first term, Fitzgerald stood up for women’s health, victims’ rights, and fought against sexual harassment and abuse. She helped to bring enforcement to Stop-and-Gos, and awareness to the public health risk that bullying causes for our youth.

“As I get ready to serve my next term, I am reminded of our victories for state funding to reduce gun violence, our hearings to support victim services, and legislative packages to help address the needs of incarcerated women. We have plenty to work on in the coming session. It’s going to take a lot of effort, but I and my colleagues look forward to the challenge,” Fitzgerald said.

Fitzgerald encourages her constituents to contact her via email at, through her website at, or on social media at and

EDITORS/ASSIGNMENT DESKS: A photo of Rep. Fitzgerald being sworn in can be downloaded here.


CONTACT: Daniel Bixler
House Democratic Communications Office
Phone: 717-787-7895 ext. 6221