HARRISBURG – Rep. Jack Rader (R-Monroe) was officially sworn into office, along with 199 other members of the Pennsylvania House of Representatives, during a ceremony at the state Capitol on Tuesday. Rader is beginning his fifth, two-year term serving the people of the 176th Legislative District, which includes part of Monroe County.
“I am truly honored to have been given the privilege to once again serve residents of the 176th District,” said Rader. “I continue my pledge to best represent the values of Monroe County in Harrisburg as we work to address the significant challenges that lie ahead for the Commonwealth.”
Rader’s priorities during the 2023-24 legislative session include enacting policies that stimulate job growth, ease the burden of school property taxes and reduce the number of drug overdose deaths.
Rader maintains two full-time district offices to assist residents:
• Blakeslee – 395 Route 940, Suite 104 (570-643-7683)
• Effort – 2785 Route 115, Suite 103 (570-620-4341)
“I am fortunate to have an experienced staff that is ready and able to assist residents with any state-related matter,” Rader added. “Those seeking help are encouraged to stop by or give us a call.”
Rader directs residents to visit his website, RepRader.com
, for news from Harrisburg and the district. They can also sign up to receive his weekly email updates under the “Resources” tab. In addition, residents can connect with Rader through his Facebook page at Facebook.com/RepJackRader
, or follow him on Twitter at Twitter.com/RepRaderPA
The 176th Legislative District was redrawn during last year’s redistricting process. It includes Chestnuthill, Eldred, Hamilton, Jackson, Polk, Ross, Tobyhanna and Tunkhannock townships in Monroe County.
Representative Jack Rader
176th Legislative District
Pennsylvania House of Representatives
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