Hill-Evans sworn in as state representative for second term
HARRISBURG, Jan. 1 – State Rep. Carol Hill-Evans today was sworn into office for a second term as representative for the 95th Legislative District during a Capitol ceremony.
The Pennsylvania House of Representatives swearing-in corresponds with the first Tuesday in January, every two years. This year is Pennsylvania’s 203rd legislative session.
“I am honored to continue serving the residents of the 95th Legislative District as their state representative,” said Hill-Evans, D-York. “While there is still more work to be done, I am excited to know we are headed in the right direction as we push the issues most important to our residents.
“As a York native, my commitment to this community runs deep. I care deeply about the issues that affect us here, and I will remain a steadfast advocate for our reputation as a premier community for working families, seniors and students.”
Hill-Evans said that she is looking forward to continued work on creating more economic development and employment opportunities, while promoting educational excellence for local youth and working professionals. She further noted upon the start of the legislative session, she will continue her focus to combat the opioid epidemic and protecting first responders and domestic-abuse victims.
An open house will be hosted by Hill-Evans for constituent services from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 24 at her district office, 53 E. North St., Suite 3, York.
Those interested can learn more about Hill-Evans by visiting her website at www.pahouse.com/Hill-Evans or follow her on Facebook and Twitter.