FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
March 29, 2018
Margo Davidson Continues to Build Strong Coalition of Support with Another Round of Prominent Endorsements
UPPER DARBY, PA - Representative Margo Davidson (D-164), a Democratic candidate for Congress in Pennsylvania's 5th Congressional District, today announced another round of endorsements from women leaders across the state and leaders from Delaware County. Today, she received the support of Representative Patty Kim (D-103), Representative Carol Hill-Evans (D-95), Lansdowne Mayor Tony Campuzano, and East Lansdowne Mayor John Dukes.
Rep. Patty Kim said, "We need more women like Margo Davidson in Congress. Whether fighting for a higher minimum wage, increasing transparency in government, or delivering for Pennsylvania's hard-working, middle-class families, I know Margowill be the fighter we need to stand up for us in Washington. That's why I'm excited to endorse her today."
"I've seen Margo in action at the State Capitol fighting for higher wages for workers, more funding for our schools, and to protect the rights of women by changing the culture of Harrisburg. We need allies like Margo Davidson in Washington - that's why I'm strongly supporting Margo for Congress," said Rep. Carol Hill-Evans.
"Supporting our small businesses, fighting for great schools, and delivering for our families are just a few of the reasons I'm thrilled to stand with Representative MargoDavidson as she campaigns to be our new congressmember. Margo knows how to get things done and I look forward to working with her in Congress for Lansdowne and all Delaware County families," said Lansdowne Mayor Tony Campuzano.
"Nobody works harder for our families in the State House than Rep. Margo Davidson, and that's why we need her in the US House fighting for our families. I've seen Margodeliver for our schools, our seniors and our small businesses for years. Just imagine what she can do as our congresswoman," said East Lansdowne Mayor John Dukes.
"I am so honored to have the support of Representative Patty Kim, Representative Carol Hill-Evans, Lansdowne Mayor Tony Campuzano, and East Lansdowne Mayor John Dukes. Coming from a variety of backgrounds, these strong leaders are dedicated to their communities and have made Pennsylvania a better place to live. When our leaders can work together, our communities win. I am proud of the work we have achieved together, and I will bring that camaraderie with me to Washington," said Rep. Margo Davidson.
Since launching her campaign two weeks ago, Rep. Davidson has gained notable support from across the state, including endorsements from Montgomery County Sheriff Sean Kilkenny, Rep. Maureen Madden (D-115), Darby Council President Darlene Hill, and Upper Darby Councilwoman Barbarann Keffer.
Rep. Davidson was born and raised in Philadelphia by a single mother and is a graduate of our public schools. She graduated from Temple University and earned her MBA from Saint Joseph's University. The state representative for the 164th District is a former journalist and non-profit director. She has lived in Delaware County for 25 years, where she and her husband have raised their family. The new 5th Congressional District includes all of Delaware County, parts of South and Southwest Philadelphia, and part of Montgomery County. The Democratic Primary Election will be on Tuesday, May 15th.