Davis Kicks off Re-Elect Effort Thursday in Bristol, Special Guest Rep Conor Lamb to Appear
State Rep Tina Davis will hold a campaign kick off even and fundraiser in what she hopes will be part of the newly constituted 141st legislative district, Bristol Borough Thursday night at Odd Logic Brewery.
Davis is seeking her 7th term in Harrisburg, having won the seat in 2010, after much beloved state Representative Tony Melio retired at the age of 78, after serving 24 years in the State House.
With a a newly constructed district exclusively comprised of Bristol Borough and Bristol Township, its no accident the kick off fundraiser will be at a location straddling the boundary of both municipalities.
The event begins around 5:30 at Odd Logic Brewery, 500 Bristol Pike, with an open bar, music and food.
Davis hasn’t looked back since, winning reelection six times, with her closest race occurring in her first bid for the seat in 2010. Since then, Davis has won by an average margin of 2 to 1, in the democratic leaning district.
Davis said Sunday special guest, Democratic Senatorial Candidate Conor Lamb will make an appearance from 5:30 to 6:30 pm she said.
Lamb currently represents Pennsylvania’s 17th congressional district, seeking to replace retiring Sen. Pat Toomey.
“I’m really excited about Rep. Lamb will be there” Davis said.
Lamb is running against Lt Governor John Fetterman, and state Rep Malcolm Kenyatta in the Democratic Primary.
Davis is being challenged by Kelly Bellerby-Allen on the Republican side. Bellerby-Allen lost to Davis in 2020 by more than 6000 votes.
Davis increased her visibility level in Bristol after the new legislative map was approved.
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