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PA State Rep Frank Farry Discussing Issues That Impact Our Communities

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Our guest expert on the show today is Pennsylvania State Representative Frank Farry representing the 142nd District in Lower Bucks County, PA.  With the mid-term elections coming up the first week in November, and the political unrest surrounding many communities around the country - the discussion with Frank Farry will be about political issues that face every constituent.  Host Phyllis Smith will be discussing areas of interest related to women's issues such as the "Me Too" movement, the opioid crisis, education for our children, the economy, jobs and more.  No matter what political side you follow - these issues should be in the forefront of every person's mind when they vote in the upcomng election.  Our elected officials must consider their communities first and not follow party lines in order to provide the best for their own districts.

About Our Guest

In 2008 Frank Farry was elected to represent Pennsylvania’s 142nd House District, which included the majority of Lower Southampton Township, Middletown Township, Hulmeville Borough, Langhorne Borough, Langhorne Manor Borough and Penndel Borough. As of 2014, the 142nd District encompasses all of Lower Southampton Township, Upper Southampton Township, the majority of Middletown Township, and the Boroughs of Langhorne and Langhorne Manor. Even though his strong educational background and law degree would have qualified him for any number of career paths, Frank chose to work and serve as a volunteer making a difference in the community in which he was raised.

He currently resides in Langhorne with his wife Kristen who is expecting their first child, their dog Bulmers and cat Jasmine.  Learn more about State Representative Frank Farry at http://frankfarry.com/.

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