HARRISBURG – Rep. Marci Mustello (R-Butler) today was sworn in as state representative of the 11th Legislative District. This will be Mustello’s second full term in office; she was previously sworn into office in June 2019 following a special election.
“I am grateful to the people of the 11th District for giving me their confidence to represent their interests and concerns in Harrisburg, and I am honored to continue this work,” said Mustello. “This session, the challenges before us are very demanding, but working together, I believe we can make great strides in dealing with the economy and increasing business and job opportunities, especially in Western Pennsylvania.”
In addition, Mustello is dedicated to improving the quality of children’s educational opportunities and continuing to support agriculture.
During the new House Legislative Session, Mustello plans to introduce legislation that would modernize our small games of chance act for local organizations still struggling from the COVID-19 pandemic. In addition, she will reintroduce legislation that would give local breweries access to the licensee discount that restaurant liquor licensees receive when they purchase Pennsylvania products from the Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board.
The legislator’s office is open to constituents with questions and concerns. The office is located at 100 Barracks Road, Butler. It is open Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., and the phone number is 724-283-5852.
Mustello also encourages constituents to visit her website, RepMustello.com
, for news about developments in Harrisburg and the Butler County area, and to sign up to receive periodic email updates about important legislation, state services and programs. Constituents can also interact with Mustello through Facebook at facebook.com/RepMustello
Representative Marci Mustello
11th Legislative District
Pennsylvania House of Representatives
Media Contact: Rick Leiner
717.260.6437 (office), 717.497.8478 (cell)
On Jan. 3, Rep. Marci Mustello (R-Butler) took the oath of office to continue her service as state representative from the 11th Legislative District. Prior to the ceremony, she took a moment for a photograph at her desk.