Meet Rep. Justin Simmons

State Rep. Justin Simmons represents the 131st Legislative District in the Pennsylvania House of Representatives, serving parts of Lehigh, Montgomery and Northampton counties.

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The 131st Legislative District consists of portions of LEHIGH County consisting of the TOWNSHIPS of Lower Milford, Salisbury (part), Upper Milford and Upper Saucon and the BOROUGHS of Coopersburg and Emmaus; portions of MONTGOMERY County consisting of the TOWNSHIP of Upper Hanover and the BOROUGHS of East Greenville, Pennsburg and Red Hill and a portion of NORTHAMPTON County consisting of the TOWNSHIP of Lower Saucon (part).

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Latest News

Simmons, Browne Secure Funding for Upper Saucon Township Project

Nov. 12, 2019 /

HARRISBURG – A project in Upper Saucon Township has been awarded funding through the Multimodal Transportation Fund by the Commonwealth Financing Authority (CFA) at its meeting today according to Representative Justin Simmons (R-Lehigh, Northampton and Montgomery) and Senate Appropriations Committee Chairman Senator Pat Browne (R-Lehigh), who collaborated to secure the grant.

Dowling and Simmons Bill to Provide Transparency for Voters

Oct. 29, 2019 /

HARRISBURG – To provide greater transparency for voters, state Reps. Matthew Dowling (R-Fayette/Somerset) and Justin Simmons (R-Lehigh/Montgomery/Northampton) drafted legislation to eliminate the ability for all candidates for public office to cross-file their nomination petitions.

Reps. Dowling and Simmons to Unveil Legislation to Provide Transparency for Voters

Oct. 28, 2019 /

WHAT: State legislators will detail and answer questions about a bill that would eliminate the ability for all candidates for public office to cross-file their nomination petitions. Currently, the Pennsylvania Election Code of 1937 allows candidates seeking to run for school board, county court of Common Pleas and district judges to file nomination petitions for multiple political parties that have become hyper partisan.

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