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Frank Farry was elected to the Senate of Pennsylvania in November 2022 to represent the 6th Senate District in Bucks County after serving in the House of Representatives for seven terms. Farry has authored more than 30 pieces of legislation.  His advocacy focus has been on veterans’ and armed forces groups, the disability community, animal welfare groups, first responder community, senior citizen concerns, health care, addiction and recovery issues, ensuring a quality education, and protecting taxpayers.

As a lifelong resident of Bucks County, Farry has been serving his community his entire career.  He has been the chief of Langhorne-Middletown Fire Company since 2001, and a member of the organization for over three decades.  He served his hometown of Middletown Township for more than seven years in various roles, including assistant township manager, director of community services, acting township manager, public information officer and emergency management team member. 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 resides in Langhorne with his wife Kristen, their children Jacob and Charlotte and dog Bulmers.

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