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HARRISBURG, Jan. 1 – State Rep. Carolyn Comitta was sworn in to represent Pennsylvania’s 156th Legislative District for a second term during a Capitol ceremony today.
A former educator, councilwoman and mayor of West Chester, Comitta said she seeks to focus on issues including commonsense gun safety reform, community revitalization and development, education and the environment. She also said she’s committed to working in bipartisan coalitions to achieve successes that benefit everybody.
“I’ve dedicated my life to public service: first as a teacher, then as a council member, a mayor, now as state representative,” Comitta said. “I have found the most important thing a public servant can do is bring people together to improve our community.”
Comitta served on several important committees her first term, including Environmental Resources & Energy and Aging & Older Adult Services, and was appointed to the Pennsylvania Joint Legislative Air & Water Pollution Control & Conservation Committee. She also was appointed by Gov. Tom Wolf to the Pennsylvania Commission for Women.
Comitta’s efforts blend with the broader Plan for PA, which seeks to build a stronger economy for working families instead of serving special interests.
More information about her is available on her legislative website at www.pahouse.com/Comitta.
The Pennsylvania House of Representatives swearing-in ceremony corresponds with the first Tuesday in January every two years. This year marks Pennsylvania’s 203rd legislative session.
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