Hennessey Takes Oath, Begins 15th Term in PA House

State Representative Tim Hennessey Announces Re-election Bid for 2020

HARRISBURG, PA — Rep. Tim Hennessey (R-Chester/Montgomery) yesterday took the oath of office officially marking the start of his 15th term as a member of the Pennsylvania House of Representatives.

“I am grateful for the confidence and support of the citizens of the 26th Legislative District and to have the privilege of serving them for another term,” said Hennessey. “As we begin the new legislative session, we are facing very troubling times with the pandemic and the disruptions and financial hardships it has caused for many Pennsylvania citizens. I am mindful of the sacrifices families, businesses and individuals have been forced to make. In the new term, I will continue to work with my House colleagues to keep our restaurants and other businesses open, residents working and our children in school. I will also work to rebuild our economy.”

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Hennessey, who served as chairman of the House Transportation Committee last session, is expected to receive his committee assignments for the new term later this week.

To stay up to date on Hennessey’s legislation as well as other state programs and initiatives, visit www.RepHennessey.com. He is also on Facebook at www.facebook.com/RepHennessey.

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