– On Jan. 1, 2022, after the clock struck midnight and the New Year rang in, State Representative Daryl Metcalfe (R-12) announced to his family that he does not plan to seek re-election to the Pennsylvania House of Representatives in 2022.
Metcalfe released the following statement regarding his legislative retirement:
“After family discussions, prayerful consideration and affirmation that I was embarking on a path of service that God was calling me to, I announced my candidacy for state representative in 1998. I have been blessed by God with 12 legislative election victories over the last 24 years.
“I am thankful to the voters who trusted me to represent them in the Pennsylvania House of Representatives. I am honored by the broad and deep base of support from citizens across the state who supported my work to limit government, protect taxpayers and defend liberty.
“After family discussions, prayerful consideration and affirmation that God is calling me to a new adventure in life, I do not plan to seek re-election for state representative in 2022. I plan to finish my current term of office.
“In the future, I plan to continue fighting in defense of our God-given rights and our Constitution wherein they are affirmed!”
Metcalfe is currently serving his 12th term as state representative for the 12th Legislative District in Butler County, which includes Adams, Clinton, Cranberry, Forward, Middlesex and Penn townships, and Callery, Mars, Seven Fields and Valencia boroughs.
His term ends on Nov. 30, 2022.