Rep. Mark Keller (R-86) announced recently that he plans to retire at the end of his term in November of 2020.

Rep. Mark Keller (R-Perry and part of Cumberland County) released the following statement last Thursday regarding his decision to not seek re-election.

“In 2006, I proudly took my first oath of office in the Pennsylvania State Capitol to represent the 86th District as a legislator in the House of Representatives. Little did I know, it was the start of a journey of a lifetime that has not only been a privilege, but also has proven more fulfilling than I could have ever imagined. Over the past several months, I have reflected on this amazing opportunity; and while it is a difficult decision, I have decided to join my wife, Sally, in the ranks of retirement and will not seek re-election once my term wraps up in November 2020.

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