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EXCLUSIVE: State Rep. Margo Davidson EVICTED from Campaign Office

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Upper Darby, Pa. (PA) – State Representative Margo Davidson of Delaware County has been evicted from her campaign office for failure to pay rent, according to court documents. Although this elected official has a staggering salary of over $80,000.00/year, paying rent was not on her agenda.

Margo Davidson is no stranger to the court system as she has been brought before the court numerous times – including for failure to pay taxes. According to court documents, on Nov. 5, 2009, Margo again was brought to court for failure to pay rent where the plaintiff asked for $782.50 and was awarded $853.50. According to campaign finance reports, Davidson has received over $125,000.00  in campaign contributions with a new report due in just a few days.

Edited 10/28/2016, 4:03 p.m.: Added campaign contributions.

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