Flynn begins fifth term representing 113th District

 

HARRISBURG, Jan. 5 – State Rep. Marty Flynn, D-Lackawanna, today began his fifth term in the Pennsylvania House of Representatives, where he will continue to represent the 113th Legislative District.

“It is an honor to serve as state legislator for the people of Lackawanna County for a fifth term,” Flynn said. “I am looking forward to serving the needs of my constituents and advocate in Harrisburg for our area’s best interests.”

Flynn pointed to several key legislative priorities he plans on tackling this term, including increasing investments in education on all levels, enhancing veteran services, addressing property tax relief, championing programs that aid seniors, and supporting workforce development and other policies that benefit communities in Lackawanna County and across Pennsylvania.

Flynn is Democratic chairman of the Northeast Delegation of the Pennsylvania House of Representatives for the 2021-22 legislative term.

“I am eager to move our delegation forward to ensure that the northeast has a unified voice in the Pennsylvania House of Representatives,” Flynn said. “We need to set our agenda and define who we are as a delegation for the next two years and I believe we can collectively accomplish the tasks ahead.” 

The 113th District includes parts of Lackawanna County, including Scranton, South Abington Township and Clarks Green Borough.

Flynn encouraged residents to visit his constituent service office in Jay’s Commons, 409 N. Main Ave., Scranton for help with state-related issues. The office can be reached at 570-342-4348. His staff can help with a variety of state-related services, including PACE/PACENET prescription drug coverage, Property Tax/Rent Rebate Program applications and more.

Constituents can also visit Flynn’s website at RepFlynn.com for information on various state-related services and programs. He also maintains a Facebook page www.facebook.com/RepMartyFlynn and Twitter feed @RepFlynn with updates on happenings in the community and Harrisburg.