Congressman Jim Gerlach (PA-6th District) announced on Monday that he will not seek re-election to a seventh term in the U.S. House of Representatives.
“Nearing the end of my sixth term in the House and following 12 years of public service in the Pennsylvania House and Senate, it is simply time for me to move on to new challenges and to spend more time with my wife and family, who have been extremely supportive and have made significant sacrifices during my tenure in public office. This is a tremendously difficult decision because I have had the opportunity to work with a multitude of dedicated public servants throughout the years. Together, we have worked to strengthen our communities and create opportunities for the hard-working families we have been privileged to represent. While I will not be seeking re-election, I fully intend to continue working with my legislative staff to deliver the highest-quality constituent service the residents of this District deserve through the remainder of my term.
Finally, I want to acknowledge and express my deep gratitude to all of the outstanding legislative and campaign staff, volunteers, and financial supporters who have been with me during the toughest races in the nation, and the toughest votes in the legislative halls in which I have served. Without their tireless work and unwavering support, my service to southeastern Pennsylvania would not have been possible.”
News Release via Congressman Jim Gerlach,
Pennsylvania’s 6th Congressional Disctrict