Prokopiak takes the oath of office

District office open in Levittown and ready to serve residents

HARRISBURG, March 18 – Surrounded by his family, Jim Prokopiak was sworn in today as the state representative of the 140th Legislative District in Bucks County.

Prokopiak won the special election on Feb. 13 to fill the remainder of the term vacated by John Galloway, who was elected district judge in November.

“I am ready to serve the people of the 140th District,” Prokopiak said. “There are many issues important to our residents and our local neighborhoods and I am set to work in Harrisburg toward a solution to these problems.”

Prokopiak will retain Galloway’s former office at 8610 New Falls Road in Levittown. The phone number for his office is (215) 943-7206. His email address is

Prokopiak comes to the job with a wealth of experience, having served on the Falls Township Board of Supervisors from 2002-2009 and as a member of the Pennsbury School District board from 2021-2024.

“I have already begun working on behalf of the residents in my district,” Prokopiak said. “PennDOT is already repairing roads that were flagged by residents contacting my office.”

An attorney by trade, Prokopiak studied and received his undergraduate degree at West Chester University. He then graduated from Temple University Beasley School of Law.

He and his wife, Gail, have three children and reside in Falls Township.

The 140th Legislative District is comprised of Falls, Morrisville, Tullytown and part of Middletown in Bucks County.


Attention editors: Print-quality photographs of Prokopiak’s swearing-in can be found here.

CONTACT: Ryan Bevitz
House Democratic Communications Office
Phone: 717-787-7895