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Pennsylvania

Pennsylvania

Tina Davis

Pennsylvania State Senate | District 6
2018:
Loss

Tina is currently serving in the Pennsylvania House of Representatives, District 141, but ran for the State Senate in 2018. Her service spans the partisan divide to bring common sense legislation to not only her native Bucks County but throughout the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.

Upon being elected to the Pennsylvania House of Representatives in 2010, Representative Davis took her experience serving on the Council to the state house where she plays a leading role on key issues, including economic development & opportunity, job creation, pay equity, property tax reform and programs assisting families & veterans.

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Why This Race Is Important

Pennsylvania is a critical swing state, but due to a long history of Republican gerrymandering, the Republicans hold large majorities of power in the state legislature. Prior to the 2018 midterms, Republicans had a supermajority in the state senate, with 34 seats to Democrats 16 seats. With Democratic gains in November, Republicans now have 28 seats to Democrats 21 seats, and there is one vacancy. Flipping this seat blue is critical for the Democrats in order to take back the chamber in 2020 prior to redistricting.


Sister District Policy Scorecard

This candidate has pledged commitment to the following statements:

  • We must protect a woman’s right to choose the health care and reproductive services she wants and needs.
  • We need to protect and expand our social safety net, not dismantle it.
  • We should pursue common-sense gun safety policies, consistent with the Second Amendment and local community standards and needs, which vary from community to community.
  • Climate change is real and we need to protect our environment.
Tina Davis

Tina Davis

Pennsylvania State Senate | District 6
2018:
Loss

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