A United States Naval Academy graduate, combat pilot veteran and a longtime Realtor in Bucks County, Todd Polinchock was sworn into his second term in office on Jan. 5, 2021, to continue representing the people of the 144th District in the Pennsylvania House of Representatives.

For the 2021-22 Legislative Session, Todd has been appointed to serve on the Veteran Affairs and Emergency Preparedness, the Human Services, Professional Licensure, and Gaming Oversight committees. He has also been appointed co-chair of the Autism/Intellectual Disability Caucus along with Republican Chair of the Litter Prevention Caucus.

In addition to his dedication to numerous prominent committees, Todd remains committed to a number of challenges in the 144th Legislative District as well as the entire Commonwealth.

During his freshman term, Todd championed the re-opening of real estate in the Commonwealth, led a task force and advisory committee for 18 months to study ways to forge the next link in the chain of care for people struggling with an addiction, protected small farms with legislation to save Pennsylvania’s agriculture and co-sponsored “The Clean Water Bill” to reimburse ratepayers of PFAS contamination.

As a veteran, Todd devotes a significant amount of time to assisting and supporting veterans. In 2020, he was recognized for his efforts by the Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW) with an Award of Commendation for his meritorious and distinguished service in furthering aims and ideals of the veterans of foreign wars of the United States. He is currently a member of the Chalfont VFW Post 3258. Before his time serving in the state House, Todd graduated from the United States Naval Academy in 1985. During 20 years of service, he flew more than 75 combat hours over Iraq during Operation Desert Storm. He retired from the Navy as a full commander.

Upon retirement from the military, he gave up his aircraft for a desk to pursue his love for real estate. While building a team of effective Realtors, he sold more than 200 properties valued at more than $75 million. Recognized as an industry leader, Todd served as the 2009 president of the Bucks County Association of Realtors and the chairman of the board of the Suburban Realtors Alliance of Southeastern Pennsylvania representing 13,000 realtors.

In 2010, he was named Bucks County’s “Realtor of the Year,” and is a two-time recipient of The Intelligencer’s “Best of Bucks Mont” Best Realtor Award in 2012 and 2013. In 2016, Todd became president of over 33,000 members in the Pennsylvania Association of Realtors, and he has received the Pennsylvania Association of Realtors Excellence Award for professionalism, quality service and integrity to his clients. While building his business, Todd served his community in several capacities. After leaving the service as a disabled war veteran, he used his experiences to help other veterans as chairman of the Warrington Township Veteran Affairs Committee. He also made time to coach youth football for the Lenape Valley Indians and wrestling for the Central Bucks Raiders.

Todd is proud of his two children: Emmie and Nicholas.