HARRISBURG, Pa. (WHTM) – A Republican state representative from Lebanon County says this year will be her last in the House of Representatives.
Rep. Mauree Gingrich announced Monday that she’ll retire at the end of her seventh two-year term in November. She’s been a member of the House since 2003.
“I am honored to have had the opportunity to serve and to walk shoulder-to-shoulder with my constituents,” she said in a statement. “The experience has been both challenging and rewarding, and along with an outstanding staff, we have accomplished a great deal.”
Gingrich represents the 101st House District with includes Lebanon, Cleona, Palmyra, and Mount Gretna.