Hill-Evans seeking second term in Pa. state House

Jason Addy
York Dispatch

Halfway through her first term representing the greater York City area in the state Capitol, state Rep. Carol Hill-Evans is ready for more.

Hill-Evans announced her bid for re-election Wednesday, Dec. 20, “launching a grass-roots campaign” to highlight her voting record in Harrisburg and her services for constituents in her home district, according to a news release.

York County Rep. Carol Hill-Evans introduces two House resolutions on the floor. Submitted/photo

Hill-Evans’ district office on East North Street in York City offers services that are “crucial to ensuring that constituents of the 95th (District) are fully represented,” including assistance for all state-level services and property-tax rebates, according to the release.

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“I’m very proud of my strong Democratic voting record in Harrisburg, but we’ve got a long way to go,” Hill-Evans said in the release. “I want to be a part of consequential solutions, and that means finding common ground and working with my Republican colleagues on bipartisan legislation that tackles the issues on which we can agree.”

Hill-Evans will kick off her re-election campaign with a fundraising event at 5:30 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 21, at The Handsome Cab, located at 106 N. George St., according to a news release.

As the only Democrat representing York County in the Pennsylvania General Assembly, Hill-Evans serves on the House’s Education, Local Government, Urban Affairs and Veterans Affairs & Emergency Preparedness committees.

Hill-Evans is a member of the Prayer Caucus, the Black Caucus and the Women’s Caucus in Harrisburg.

The 95th House District covers York City, West York, West Manchester Township and Spring Garden Township.