Leadership For Pennsylvania House Democratic Campaign Committee Announced for 2024 Cycle

Bucks County State Rep. Tina Davis will help lead House Democrats’ efforts to expand their majority in the run-up to next year’s election cycle.
The new members class of Democratic Pennsylvania State Representatives. which includes Brian Munroe. They are looking to expand on their majority in 2024. Photo by @pennslinger.

Leadership for the House Democratic Campaign Committee for the 2024 cycle was announced on Wednesday by Speaker Joanna McClinton and Majority Leader Matt Bradford.

Appointees included Rep. Tina Davis as Chair, Rep. Nick Pisciottano as Vice Chair, and Rep. Tim Briggs, Rep. Dan Frankel and Rep. Melissa Shusterman as Finance Co-Chairs. Appointees as Recruitment Co-Chairs include Rep. Danilo Burgos, Rep. Kyle Mullins and Rep. Jennifer O’Mara.

“I’m thrilled to serve as Chair of the HDCC for the 2024 cycle,” Rep. Tina Davis said in a statement issued today by the committee. “We look forward to protecting and expanding the majority in 2024.”

The Pennsylvania House Democratic Campaign Committee is committed to achieving and holding a Democratic majority in the House of Representatives. In the 2022 elections, after a span of 12 years, HDCC successfully secured 12 additional seats, marking only the third time in the past 28 years that the Democratic party has held the majority. In 2024 HDCC’s objective is to safeguard and expand this majority.

“Nobody thought we would win the majority in 2022,” Majority Leader Matt Bradford said in the press release. “But the HDCC ran a targeted campaign, knowing that our path was incredibly narrow — and the voters saw fit to make Rep. Joanna McClinton the first ever woman Speaker of the Pennsylvania House. I know that Rep. Davis and the team will communicate our message to the voters.”

Rep. Leanne Krueger, who previously chaired the HDCC during the 2020 and 2022 cycles, was elected as the Caucus Administrator for House Democrats.

“Serving as Chair of the HDCC for the last four years has been an honor and a privilege. I’m so proud of the way our Caucus worked together to flip the House and then protect our Majority during four successful special elections,” Krueger said in the HDCC news release.

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Jenny Stephens

Jenny Stephens

Jenny Stephens is a freelance journalist who has written for a variety of publications, including The Reporter. An avid collector of all things vintage, she resides in the Philadelphia area.

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