WASHINGTON, D.C. – New Valley U.S. Representative Fred Keller (R-12th, Kreamer) officially began his tenure in Washington, D.C. Monday night, representing the 12th Congressional District. Rep. Keller was sworn in to his new position by House Speaker Nancy Pelosi.
Afterwards, he thanked the people of the 12th Congressional District, “Also would like to thank the outstanding folks of Pennsylvania’s 12th Congressional District, who have placed the privilege of representing them in me here in Congress.”
Keller also says he’s looking forward to working with everyone in Congress,”I also look forward to working with all members of the United States House of Representatives, under Speaker Pelosi’s leadership. Also look forward to working with the United States Senate, and our president, to positively impact the lives of all Americans.”
Keller defeated Democrat Marc Friedenberg in a special election May 21. Keller is replacing former Cong. Tom Marino, who resigned last January.