HARRISBURG – At the state Capitol Tuesday, Rep. Robert Leadbeter (R-Columbia) took the oath of office to serve the citizens of the 109th Legislative District in the 2023-24 Legislative Session. Leadbeter fills the seat vacated by Rep. David Millard, who retired after serving the district for 18 years.
“Today is a particularly gratifying and humbling day for me as I go to work on behalf of all citizens of Columbia County,” said Leadbeter. “As a businessman, husband, and father of two small children, I understand the challenges facing working families, small businesses and our seniors on fixed incomes. This session, I will use my training and experience in business to advance policies to help working families, improve Pennsylvania’s economy and address the needs of our most vulnerable citizens.
“I look forward to working with my House colleagues to hold the line on state spending and reduce the gas tax; create jobs and economic opportunities for businesses; and empower parents to provide their children with the best education possible,” he said.
Leadbeter invites constituents to stop by or call his district offices in Bloomsburg or Berwick with any state-related questions or concerns:
• Bloomsburg office: 1000 Market St., Market Street Plaza, Suite 39, Bloomsburg.
• Berwick office: 134 W. Front St., Suite 102, Berwick.
His offices are open Monday through Friday between 9 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. Residents may also receive updates on Leadbeter’s legislative activities on his website, RepLeadbeter.com
, and by visiting his Facebook page: Facebook.com/RepLeadbeter
. To receive weekly email updates on Leadbeter’s legislative activities, constituents are urged to sign up on his website.
Representative Robert Leadbeter
Pennsylvania House of Representatives
Media Contact: Donna Pinkham