Deasy sworn in for seventh term as state representative
HARRISBURG, Jan. 5 – Today, state Rep. Dan Deasy, D-Allegheny, was sworn in for his seventh term as state representative of the 27th Legislative District.
“I’ve been honored to serve the great residents of the 27th Legislative District and look forward to continuing to represent them,” Deasy said. “My community has entrusted me to put their best interests first here in Harrisburg, and this legislative session is no exception. Following a year filled with uncertainty, I plan to continue to push for legislative initiatives that reflect and identify with my community.”
Although committee assignments have yet to be announced for the 2021-22 legislative session, Deasy continues to serve as chairman of the Liquor Control Committee and as a member of the Policy Committee.
“As chairman of the Liquor Control Committee, I look forward to working with current and future stakeholders, as well as creating additional opportunities in the wine and spirits industry in Pennsylvania,” Deasy said.
The 27th Legislative District consists of part of the 19th and all of the 20th and 28th wards of City of Pittsburgh and the boroughs of Crafton, Green Tree, Ingram, McKees Rocks, and Thornburg.
Deasy invites Allegheny County residents to visit his webpage, www.pahouse.com/Deasy, for more information about constituent services. Residents can also connect with him via social media at www.facebook.com/RepDeasy and www.twitter.com/RepDeasy.