Fritz Sworn In for Second Term with House of Representatives


Rep. Jonathan Fritz (above) joined his colleagues in taking the oath of office for the 2019-20 Legislative Session. This marks the beginning of his second term as the 111th Legislative District’s state representative.

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Rep. Jonathan Fritz (Susquehanna/Wayne) begins his second term as the state representative of the 111th Legislative District after being sworn in with his House colleagues on New Year’s Day.

It is exciting to begin my second term as the state representative for the 111th Legislative District,” said Fritz. “I have learned a great deal since first taking the oath for the 2017-18 Legislative Session, and I intend to use that knowledge and experience to further serve my constituents. I am eager to continue to work to safeguard our rural quality of life, protect small businesses and place our Commonwealth on a more responsible fiscal path.”

Fritz has two district offices that are located in Montrose at 16501 State Route 706, Suite 2,

Montrose, and Honesdale, 32 Commercial Street, Suite 300, at the Wayne County Visitor’s Center. The offices are open Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. If anyone should have any state-related issues or concerns, they can contact these offices at 570-278-3374 or 570-253-5533, respectively.



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