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Mackenzie one of 58 women sworn in to serve as PA state representative

State Rep. Milou Mackenzie, R-131st, was proud to stand alongside 57 other female legislators Jan. 5 as she took the oath of office marking her first term as a state representative.

“Officially being sworn in today to serve the 131st Legislative District, especially being surrounded by many other strong female leaders, was both profound and empowering,” Mackenzie said.

“It was not long ago when the presence of women in leadership roles was scarce. I am excited and eager to showcase what I have brought to the table in Harrisburg and look forward to collaborating with all of my fellow colleagues this session as we embark on making Pennsylvania a better, stronger commonwealth.”

As a former teacher, Mackenzie is focused on helping provide students with a quality education while keeping the concerns of Pennsylvania taxpayers in mind, decreasing wasteful spending, further supporting Pennsylvania veterans and finding ways to assist small business owners.

CONTRIBUTED PHOTO State Reps. Ann Flood, R-138th and Milou Mackenzie, R-131st, are both sworn in for their first term for the Pennsylvania House of Representatives.