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HD-140: Prokopiak Announces Bid For Galloway Seat

Jim Prokopiak

Levittown attorney and Pennsbury School Board member Jim Prokopiak has announced his candidacy for the 140th Legislative District seat to be vacated by Rep. John Galloway in the next few weeks.

The 49-year-old father of three touts his decade-plus experience in public service in a race that also includes fellow Democrats Melanie Bidlingmaier and Donna Petrecco.

“We need an experienced fighter who is willing to fight for the people of Lower Bucks County,” he said in a campaign announcement.  “With over a decade of experience in local government, I have a proven record on issues that matter in Lower Bucks County.  That is why I am running.”

Galloway was elected Magisterial District Judge in Falls Township earlier this month and is planning to resign his seat in the House on December 15.

Prokopiak previously served as a Falls Township supervisor (2002-09) and currently serves on the Bucks County Redevelopment Authority and as a volunteer basketball and flag football coach.

In a press release, he “pledges to champion legislation that seeks to restore the American dream for all in Lower Bucks County.” He says he “will fight for attainable housing, quality jobs that pay livable wages and benefits, affordable healthcare for all, codifying women’s reproductive rights into the Pennsylvania Constitution, and properly funding public education.”

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