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Senator Frank Farry was elected to the Senate of Pennsylvania in November 2022 to represent the 6th Senate District in Bucks County.

While serving in the House of Representatives for seven terms, Farry advanced legislation to designate cancer as an occupational disease for firefighters, offering protection to both career and volunteer firefighters who develop cancer as a result of their service. He also championed public safety measures to require carbon monoxide alarms in multi-family dwellings.

Farry was instrumental in advancing legislation now known as the Motor Vehicle Extreme Heat Protection Act, providing protections for animals left in unattended vehicles. He has also authored legislation establishing the Safe2Say Something program, which provides methods of anonymous reporting concerning unsafe or potentially harmful, dangerous, violent, or criminal activities in schools or to individuals. Additionally, he played a major role in expanding the income eligibility limits for the PACENET prescription drug assistance program for seniors, 

Farry’s advocacy efforts have led to recognitions from veterans’ and armed forces groups, the disability community, animal welfare groups and addiction and recovery advocates.

Prior to his time in state government, Farry worked for his hometown of Middletown Township for over seven years. In his role as assistant township manager and director of community services, Farry served in various capacities including acting township manager, public information officer and emergency management team member.

Farry is very active in his community, serving as a volunteer firefighter with the Langhorne-Middletown Fire Company since June 1990 and as chief of the organization since January 2001. He currently serves on the board of trustees for Bucks County Community College and has served on numerous township and county boards and commissions. Farry is also a past board member of the Middletown Community Foundation and the Lower Bucks Chapter of the American Red Cross, as well as the past president of the Bucks County Consortium of Municipalities.

Farry resides in Langhorne with his wife Kristen, their children Jacob and Charlotte and dog Bulmers.