Tuesday, November 6, 2012
State Rep. Tina Davis was re-elected in the 141st legislative district.
State Rep. Tina Davis will continue to represent voters in the 141st legistative district. According Bucks County Elections, Davis received about 72.6 percent of the votes, or 17,600 votes. Davis was challenged by Anthony Sposato, a Levittown resident and Neshaminy School Board member. Sposato received 27.4 percent of the votes, or 6,653 votes. The 141st Legislative District encompasses portions of Bristol Township, Middletown Township, Bristol Township School District and Neshaminy School District. Davis, a Bristol Township resident, was first elected in 2010 to serve the 141st Legislative District. Prior to her election, Davis served as a councilwoman in Bristol and worked as a local real estate agent, according to her website. Sposato …
Patch caught up with Pa. Rep. Frank Farry who discussed local and national issues at the forefront of the election.
This election is not just about the presidential candidates, it's also about the local races and issues, said Pa. Rep. Frank Farry (R). In this election, Farry ran uncontested for the 142nd legislative district seat, which covers Lower Southampton and portions of Levittown. He was first elected to this position in 2008. Related Articles: Get Lower Southampton election news delivered to your inbox with Patch's free newsletter. Click here to sign up.
Republican candidate Anthony Sposato is challenging Democrat State Rep. Tina Davis in the 141st State Assembly race.
Voters in the 141st legistative district will have the choice to re-elect Democrat State Rep. Tina Davis or elect Republican candidate Anthony Sposato this Election Day. Sposato, a resident in the Quincy Hollow Section of Levittown, currently sits on the Neshaminy School Board, has authored two books, is working on a third book and owns a commercial cleaning business, according to the Bucks County Republican Committee website. If elected, Sposato would like to focus his efforts on "working with American middle class families to save their homes with property tax reform, address the pension bubble and make educators accountable and put our students first." Davis, a Bristol Township resident, was first elected in 2010 to serve the 141st …