Rep Davis Thank Voters for Reelection, Considers Moving District Office
State Representative Tina Davis wanted to thank voters who came out to support her reelection said last week.
“I would like to thank everyone who voted on Tuesday and let you know that I appreciate the honor of being able to continue representing you in Harrisburg and fighting for the residents of Bucks County.”
I want to give special thanks to all of the security personnel, poll workers, and election officials who worked tirelessly into the night on Election Day. The dedication of these individuals to ensuring that democracy is afforded to the residents of Bucks County is invaluable.
Davis was especially excited to be reelected as Secretary of the House Democratic Caucus.
“As a member of the House Democratic Leadership team, I will help lead the caucus in working alongside Governor-elect Josh Shapiro and Lieutenant Governor-elect Austin Davis to create a better future for all Pennsylvanians,” she said.
Her role will be elevated in terms of importance since Democrats won the House majority by flipping about a dozen seats.
Here at home Davis could move, for the second time in about 10 years, her district office now that she represents all of Bristol Borough and Bristol Township.
She wasn’t clear on whether she would be moving her district office to a new location, saying the caucus wanted to get its newly elected members settled first.
In 2015 she moved from her Green Lane, Bristol Township location which was once occupied by her “mentor” the late State Rep. Anthony Melio to offices at 311 Old Rodgers Road in Bristol, and at 314 W. Lincoln Hwy. in Penndel. Closed those offices a little more than a year later moving to her current office location at 4530 New Falls Road, in the Nectar Plaza shopping center.
She did say she is considering a move but declined to provide more details on possible locations.
Davis, instead, went back into thank you mode, instead of saying anything more about a possible move.
“Thank you again for all of your support. I am excited to continue to fight for the policies and values that matter most to our communities. As always, please let me know how I can be of service to you.”