Greiner Sworn in to His Second Term
On Tuesday, Jan. 6, Rep. Keith J. Greiner (R-Upper Leacock), second from right, was sworn in to his second term representing the 43rd District. Greiner is joined (from left) by district office staffer Eric Reath, his dad, and district office manager Lori Blackiston. 
– Rep. Keith J. Greiner (R-Upper Leacock) today was sworn in to his second term representing the 43rd District in the state House.

“I appreciate the faith and support placed in me by the people of the 43rd District,” Greiner said. “Like them, I remain committed to addressing the issues most pressing to our community – specifically, reforming property taxes while maintaining a quality educational system, creating jobs and promoting fiscal responsibility. Working to address these key areas in the new legislative session will help to ensure Pennsylvania’s place as the ‘Keystone State’ in America and Lancaster County’s unique position as the ‘Garden Spot of the World.’”

A certified public accountant with nearly 25 years of business experience, Greiner was first elected to the state House in 2012. He previously served as the controller of Lancaster County, an elected Upper Leacock Township supervisor and an elected auditor. He is also an active volunteer with the Upper Leacock Fire Company.

The 43rd Legislative District is comprised of the following municipalities: the borough of Strasburg, and the townships of West Earl, Upper Leacock, East Lampeter, West Lampeter, and Strasburg, as well as the third, sixth and eighth precincts of Lancaster Township.

Rep. Greiner’s comments:

Representative Keith J. Greiner, CPA
43rd Legislative District
Pennsylvania House of Representatives

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