BRISTOL TOWNSHIP >> State Representative Tina Davis (D-141) has announced her candidacy for State Senator in Pennsylvania’s Sixth Senatorial District.
“Today, I am proud to announce that I will be running for State Senate in the 6th Senatorial District,” said Representative Davis. “Over past several months I have been urged to run for the Senate by business leaders and labor organizers, activists and government officials, and men and women of every political stripe from all across our region. Today I am answering their call.
Davis intends to challenge incumbent Sen. Tommy Tomlinson to serve in the state’s sixth senatorial district. State Rep.
Tina Davis announced Wednesday afternoon she intends to seek a new office as a state senator.
Davis will challenge incumbent state Sen. Tommy Tomlinson in the 6th senatorial district, which covers 13 municipalities in Lower Bucks.
Democratic State Rep. Tina Davis has announced a bid for Bucks County’s 6th state Senate District. Held for decades by GOP state Sen. Robert “Tommy” Tomlinson, the seat is widely regarded as one of the most competitive for Democrats in the entire state.
In a press release Wednesday, Davis described herself as a proud “hockey mom” who has served her lower Bucks County House district since 2011 by promoting familiar Democratic causes – increased educational funding, reproductive rights for women and a higher minimum wage.
A longtime state legislator from Bristol Township announced on Wednesday her plans to run for election in Pennsylvania’s state senate.
State Rep. Tina Davis, the Democrat representing the 141 Legislative District, announced she is planning a run for election in Pennsylvania’s Sixth Senatorial District. The district includes Bensalem, Bristol Borough, Bristol Township, Hulmeville, Ivyland Langhorne, Langhorne Manor, Lower Southampton, Middletown, Northampton, Penndel, Warwick and Wrightstown.
HARRISBURG – One year after the presidential election, interest in Emerge Pennsylvania’s intensive seven-month training program was higher than ever. The organization received 57 applications from Democratic women who are interested in seeking public office across the Commonwealth. The Emerge Pennsylvania board has been interviewing applicants for weeks to narrow down the list of women who will be accepted into the 2018 cohort.
“I am so encouraged by the sheer number of women who are telling me that they want to run for office,” said Emerge Pennsylvania co-founder and State Representative Tina Davis, “The political climate of this past year has women fired up and ready to challenge the status quo.”