Special election for former Rep. Margo Davidson’s seat to be held Nov. 2
State Rep. Margo Davidson, D-Philadelphia, speaks during a Capitol news conference on bills fighting workplace discrimination and harassment (Capital-Star photo by John L. Micek)
A special election to fill the seat vacated by former state Rep. Margo Davidson, D-Delaware, will take place during the Nov. 2 general election, House leadership confirmed Monday.
The special election was announced in a statement issued Monday morning by House Speaker Bryan Cutler, R-Lancaster.
Davidson, who represented the 164th Legislative District since 2010, resigned on July 22, following misdemeanor charges of theft and election code violations for allegedly misusing campaign funds.
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The winner of the special election will serve the remainder of Davidson’s term, which expires in 2022.
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