YORK COUNTY, Pa. — Editor's note: The above video is from Oct. 2021.
State Rep. Carol Hill-Evans, a Democrat, is running for re-election on Nov. 8 in the Pennsylvania House of Representatives District 95, which covers portions of the City of York and its surrounding areas.
She is running unopposed.
Hill-Evans was first elected to the State House in 2016, defeating Republican candidate Joel Sears. She was re-elected in 2018 after running unopposed in the general election.
A native of York, Hill-Evans is a graduate of William Penn High School who has a degree from Penn State York. Prior to her election to the state House, Hill-Evans served on the York City Council for eight years, including a term as Council vice president from 2008 to 2011.
During her time in the House, Hill-Evans has served on the Committee on Ethics, the Education Committee, the Tourism & Recreational Development Committee, the Local Government Committee, and the Veterans Affairs & Emergency Preparedness Committee, where she served as subcommittee chair on Security and Emergency Response.