Meet Rep. Ann Flood

State Rep. Ann Flood represents the 138th Legislative District in the Pennsylvania House of Representatives, serving parts of Northampton County.

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The 138th District consists of the townships of Bethlehem (portion), Bushkill, East Allen, Hanover, Lower Nazareth, Moore (portion), and Plainfield and the boroughs of Bath, Chapman, Pen Argyl and Wind Gap.

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Flood’s New Committee Assignments Enable Her to Continue Fighting for Children and Mentally Ill

Jan. 12, 2021 /

HARRISBURG – Prior to taking the oath of office last week to serve as the new state representative for the 138th District, Rep. Ann Flood (R-Northampton) served as an outside advocate for children and people with mental illnesses. Monday in Harrisburg, she learned she will be in a strong position to continue that advocacy from the inside through her appointment to serve on four House committees.

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