Venkat aims to work in bipartisan fashion as part of House Bipartisan Caucus
HARRISBURG, June 13 – Rep. Arvind Venkat, D-Allegheny, attended a news conference with fellow members of the House Bipartisan Caucus, to highlight his commitment to working in a bipartisan fashion on behalf of his district and Pennsylvania.
The House Bipartisan Caucus held a Capitol news conference today to introduce the House Bipartisan Caucus for the 2023-24 legislative session and highlight recent efforts to address legislative issues with bipartisan solutions.
“Since taking office earlier this year, I made the commitment to work in a bipartisan fashion with my colleagues on behalf of my district and Pennsylvania,” Venkat said. “As the state representative for McCandless, Franklin Park, Ohio Township, Kilbuck, Emsworth, Ben Avon, Ben Avon Heights and western Hampton Township, I intend to work for all constituents. In a time of political divide, it is important to meet in the middle to work together to pass legislation that helps all Pennsylvanians.”
The House Bipartisan Caucus is co-chaired by state Reps. Patty Kim, D-Dauphin/Cumberland; Stephen Kinsey, D-Phila.; Jill Cooper, R-Westmoreland; and Jamie Flick, R-Lycoming/Union. Venkat is one of 27 Democrats, alongside 15 Republicans, to serve as a member of the House Bipartisan Caucus.