Kim takes oath for sixth term as representative

HARRISBURG, Jan. 4 – Rep. Patty Kim, D-Dauphin, took the oath of office at the state Capitol yesterday to begin her sixth term representing the 103rd Legislative District, which comprises East Pennsboro, Camp Hill, Lemoyne, Wormleysburg, and Harrisburg

“I’m grateful for the opportunity to continue working with Dauphin County communities and to be able to serve my friends and neighbors,” said Kim. “With every new session, we need to reaffirm and reinvigorate our mission to improve the communities in which we live. I’m eager to continue that fight, now as a member of the majority party in the state House and as a proud Pennsylvanian.”

In addition to leading the charge on raising the minimum wage and better supporting Pennsylvania educators, Kim said her Lemoyne office is ready to help constituents with a variety of state-related services, including home heating assistance, children’s health insurance, and prescription drug and Property Tax/Rent Rebate assistance.

“I am always available to meet with residents to discuss any concerns or to answer any state government questions they may have. Also, I have a fantastic district office staff who can help residents with a variety of issues related to state government.”

Kim’s office will host an open house at its new location in Lemoyne on Jan. 27 to meet and get to know the people of the 103rd District. More information on the open house, district office, and Kim’s legislative actions can be found at

Editors: A photo of Rep. Kim's swearing-in can be found here