Pennsylvania House of Representatives elections, 2004

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The 2004 Elections for the Pennsylvania House of Representatives were held on November 2, 2004, with all districts being contested.[1] Necessary primary elections were held on April 27, 2004.[2] Necessary primary elections were held on May 21, 2002.[3] The term of office for those elected in 2004 ran from January 4, 2005[4] through November 2006[citation needed]. State Representatives are elected for two-year terms, with the entire House of Representatives up for a vote every two years.

Make-Up of the House[edit]

Affiliation Seats at Last Election Seats at End of Legislative Session Seats after Election Change Since Last Election
Democratic 93 94 93 +/-0
Republican 110 109 109 +/-0

Special elections[edit]

A special election for the 99th legislative district was held on March 18, 2003 following the December 2002 death of Leroy M. Zimmerman.[5] Republican Gordon Denlinger easily defeated Democrat Bernadette C. Johnson to keep the seat in Republican hands.

A special election for the 168th legislative district was held on June 17, 2003 following the March 2003 death of Matthew J. Ryan.[6] Republican Tom Killion easily defeated Democrat William A. Thomas to keep the seat in Republican hands.

A special election for the 44th legislative district was held on June 17, 2003 following the election of John Pippy to the Pennsylvania Senate.[7] Republican Mark Mustio defeated Democrat Frederich Liechti to keep the seat in Republican hands.

A special election for the 3rd legislative district was held on July 22, 2003 following the May 2003 death of Karl Boyes.[8] Republican Matthew W. Good easily defeated Democrat Brian C. McGrath to take the seat.

A special election for the 109th legislative district was held on January 27, 2004 following the election of John Gordner to the Pennsylvania Senate.[9] Republican David R. Millard defeated Democrat Paul Reichart to keep the seat in Republican hands.

A special election for the 152nd legislative district was held on March 9, 2004 following the January 2004 death of Roy Cornell.[10] Republican Susan Cornell easily defeated Democrat Ross Schriftmann to keep the seat in Republican hands.

Primary election[edit]

In the primary election held on April 27, 2004, only one incumbent legislator was defeated for their party's nomination. In the 190th legislative district Democrat Michael Horsey was defeated by Thomas W. Blackwell.

Retirements[edit]

Five seats left open by Republican retirements were kept by Republicans, with Jeff Pyle succeeding Jeff Coleman, Kathy Rapp succeeding Jim Lynch, Mark Keller succeeding Allan Egolf, Tom Quigley succeeding Mary Ann Dailey, and Glen Grell succeeding Pat Vance. Democrat Susan Laughlin was succeeded by fellow Democrat Sean M. Ramaley.

The seat vacated by the retirement of Democrat Guy Travaglio was won by Republican Brian L. Ellis. The seat occupied by Jeffrey Coy was filled by Republican Rob Kauffman. Republican Ellen Bard's seat was taken by Democrat Josh Shapiro when she left her seat to run for Congress.

4th legislative district[edit]

In the 4th legislative district, incumbent Democrat Tom Scrimenti was defeated by Republican Curt Sonney.

148th legislative district[edit]

In the 148th legislative district, incumbent Republican Melissa Murphy Weber was defeated by Democrat Mike Gerber.

General election[edit]

District Party Incumbent Status Party Candidate Votes  %
1 Democratic Linda Bebko-Jones re-elected


Democratic Linda Bebko-Jones 16,008 100
2 Democratic Florindo J. Fabrizio re-elected


Democratic Florindo J. Fabrizio 18,008 100
3 Republican Matthew W. Good[11] re-elected


Republican Matthew W. Good 29,666 100
4 Democratic Tom Scrimenti defeated


Republican Curt Sonney 13,148 50.3
Democratic Tom Scrimenti 12,968 49.7
5 Republican John R. Evans re-elected


Republican John R. Evans 17,446 71.3
Democratic Jason White 7,019 28.7
6 Republican Teresa Forcier re-elected


Republican Teresa Forcier 14,878 63.6
Democratic Keith Abbott 8,522 36.4
7 Democratic Michael C. Gruitza re-elected


Democratic Michael C. Gruitza 20,360 100
8 Republican Dick Stevenson re-elected


Republican Dick Stevenson 22,784 100
9 Democratic Chris Sainato re-elected


Democratic Chris Sainato 25,029 100
10 Democratic Frank LaGrotta re-elected


Democratic Frank LaGrotta 19,137 100
11 Democratic Guy A. Travaglio retired


Republican Brian L. Ellis 15,376 55.9
Democratic Fred M. Vero 10,926 39.7
Constitution Mike Rock 1,188 4.3
12 Republican Daryl Metcalfe re-elected


Republican Daryl Metcalfe 27,191 100
13 Republican Arthur D. Hershey re-elected


Republican Arthur D. Hershey 16,958 58.7
Democratic Nancy L. Cox 11,950 41.3
14 Democratic Mike Veon re-elected


Democratic Mike Veon 19,944 100
15 Democratic Vince Biancucci re-elected


Democratic Vince Biancucci 21,601 100
16 Democratic Susan Laughlin retired


Democratic Sean M. Ramaley 17,498 59.9
Republican Pat Geho 11,721 40.1
17 Republican Rod E. Wilt re-elected


Republican Rod E. Wilt 19,002 100
18 Republican Gene D. Digirolamo re-elected


Republican Gene Digirolamo 16,688 62
Democratic Victor Corsino 10,249 38
19 Democratic Jake Wheatley re-elected


Democratic Jake Wheatley 18,253 100
20 Democratic Don Walko re-elected


Democratic Don Walko 20,131 100
21 Democratic Frank J. Pistella re-elected


Democratic Frank J. Pistella 19,471 93.1
Green Jonah McAllister-Erickson 1,449 6.9
22 Democratic Michael Diven re-elected


Democratic Michael Diven 21,481 100
23 Democratic Dan B. Frankel re-elected


Democratic Dan B. Frankel 24,292 100
24 Democratic Joseph Preston re-elected


Democratic Joseph Preston 23,042 100
25 Democratic Joseph F. Markosek re-elected


Democratic Joseph F. Markosek 20,636 68.7
Republican Ed Nicholson 9,396 31.3
26 Republican Tim Hennessey re-elected


Republican Tim Hennessey 19,899 100
27 Democratic Thomas C. Petrone re-elected


Democratic Thomas C. Petrone 20,033 100
28 Republican Mike Turzai re-elected


Republican Mike Turzai 25,488 73.2
Democratic Bradley Cline 9,317 26.8
29 Republican Bernie O'Neill re-elected


Republican Bernie O'Neill 20,563 61.5
Democratic Brad Kirsch 12,871 38.5
30 Republican Jeffrey E. Habay re-elected


Republican Jeffrey E. Habay 29,311 100
31 Republican David J. Steil re-elected


Republican David J. Steil 19,684 57
Democratic Judith S. Gordon 14,853 43
32 Democratic Anthony M. De Luca re-elected


Democratic Anthony M. Deluca 22,506 100
33 Democratic Frank Dermody re-elected


Democratic Frank Dermody 18,081 100
34 Democratic Paul Costa re-elected


Democratic Paul Costa 22,530 100
35 Democratic Marc J. Gergely re-elected


Democratic Marc J. Gergely 18,489 92.2
Libertarian David Posipanka 1,574 7.8
36 Democratic Harry Readshaw re-elected


Democratic Harry Readshaw 21,509 100
37 Republican Thomas C. Creighton re-elected


Republican Thomas Creighton 21,498 100
38 Democratic Kenneth W. Ruffing re-elected


Democratic Kenneth W. Ruffing 20,230 100
39 Democratic David Levdansky re-elected


Democratic David K. Levdansky 17,597 61.7
Republican Brad Grantz 10,911 38.3
40 Republican John A. Maher re-elected


Republican John A. Maher 25,027 100
41 Republican Katie True re-elected


Republican Katie True 21,481 64.8
Democratic Cheryl T. Desmond 11,683 35.2
42 Republican Thomas L. Stevenson re-elected


Republican Thomas L. Stevenson 22,847 100
43 Republican Scott W. Boyd re-elected


Republican Scott W. Boyd 20,943 75
Democratic Ben Donahower 6,978 25
44 Republican Mark Mustio[12] re-elected


Republican Mark Mustio 18,766 58.5
Democratic Tim McLaughlin 13,309 41.5
45 Democratic Nick Kotik re-elected


Democratic Nick Kotik 19,982 100
46 Democratic Victor John Lescovitz re-elected


Democratic Victor John Lescovitz 15,245 52.9
Republican Paul Snatchko 13,569 47.1
47 Republican Keith Gillespie re-elected


Republican Keith Gillespie 20,923 100
48 Democratic Timothy J. Solobay re-elected


Democratic Timothy J. Solobay 19,334 68.6
Republican Rick Yochum 8,618 30.6
Reform Demo Agoris 226 0.8
49 Democratic Peter J. Daley re-elected


Democratic Peter J. Daley 17,366 69.3
Republican Jeffrey J. Baker 7,680 30.7
50 Democratic Bill DeWeese re-elected


Democratic Bill DeWeese 17,799 100
51 Democratic Larry Roberts re-elected


Democratic Larry Roberts 7,742 35.5
Independent Timothy S. Mahoney 5,918 27.1
Independent Gary Gearing 3,826 17.5
Republican Harry Albert 3,732 17.1
Independent Terry Janosek 613 2.8
52 Democratic James E. Shaner re-elected


Democratic James E. Shaner 14,100 66.1
Republican William R. Earnesty 7,232 33.9
53 Republican Robert W. Godshall re-elected


Republican Robert W. Godshall 18,157 100
54 Democratic John E. Pallone re-elected


Democratic John E. Pallone 17,116 60.2
Republican Scott Witon 11,320 39.8
55 Democratic Joseph A. Petrarca re-elected


Democratic Joseph A. Petrarca 17,759 70
Republican Ben Kissel 7,608 30
56 Democratic James E. Casorio re-elected


Democratic James E. Casorio 18,821 63.1
Republican Scott E. Avolio 11,026 36.9
57 Democratic Thomas A. Tangretti re-elected


Democratic Thomas A. Tangretti 16,559 59.8
Republican P. Scott Conner 11,132 40.2
58 Democratic R. Ted Harhai re-elected


Democratic R. Ted Harhai 18,900 100
59 Republican Jess Stairs re-elected


Republican Jess Stairs 27,755 100
60 Republican Jeff Coleman retired


Republican Jeff Pyle 14,146 61.6
Democratic Barry W. Crytzer 8,808 38.4
61 Republican Kate M. Harper re-elected


Republican Kate M. Harper 19,511 59.5
Democratic Doug Ross 13,303 40.5
62 Republican Dave Reed re-elected


Republican Dave Reed 14,231 56.8
Democratic Owen Dougherty 10,809 43.2
63 Republican Fred McIlhattan re-elected


Republican Fred McIlhattan 20,865 92.8
Libertarian Michael J. Robertson 1,622 7.2
64 Republican Scott E. Hutchinson re-elected


Republican Scott E. Hutchinson 20,936 100
65 Republican Jim Lynch retired


Republican Kathy Rapp 15,556 63.3
Democratic Steven A. Sigmund 9,026 36.7
66 Republican Sam Smith re-elected


Republican Sam Smith 20,407 100
67 Republican Martin T. Causer re-elected


Republican Martin T. Causer 18,149 100
68 Republican Matthew E. Baker re-elected


Republican Matthew E. Baker 23,925 100
69 Republican Bob Bastian re-elected


Republican Bob Bastian 18,467 70.3
Democratic Charles E. Stuby 7,813 29.7
70 Republican John W. Fichter re-elected


Republican John W. Fichter 15,929 55
Democratic Matthew Gordon 13,025 45
71 Democratic Edward P. Wojnaroski re-elected


Democratic Edward P. Wojnaroski 18,904 73.1
Republican Susan Holmes 6,949 26.9
72 Democratic Tom Yewcic re-elected


Democratic Tom Yewcic 21,893 76.5
Republican Daniel Branas 6,712 23.5
73 Democratic Gary Haluska re-elected


Democratic Gary Haluska 21,128 100
74 Democratic Camille George re-elected


Democratic Camille George 17,348 73
Republican C. J. Spencer 6,415 27
75 Democratic Dan A. Surra re-elected


Democratic Dan A. Surra 20,789 100
76 Democratic Mike Hanna re-elected


Democratic Mike Hanna 15,168 68.2
Republican John T. Krupa 7,087 31.8
77 Republican Lynn Herman re-elected


Republican Lynn Herman 17,006 57.7
Democratic Jon Eich 11,884 40.3
Libertarian Thomas A. Martin 598 2
78 Republican Dick L. Hess re-elected


Republican Dick L. Hess 29,647 100
79 Republican Richard A. Geist re-elected


Republican Richard A. Geist 16,495 68.9
Democratic David E. Francis 7,433 31.1
80 Republican Jerry A. Stern re-elected


Republican Jerry A. Stern 26,487 100
81 Republican Larry O. Sather re-elected


Republican Larry O. Sather 19,089 100
82 Republican C. Adam Harris re-elected


Republican C. Adam Harris 23,472 100
83 Republican Steven W. Cappelli re-elected


Republican Steven W. Cappelli 18,063 100
84 Republican Brett Feese re-elected


Republican Brett Feese 20,035 100
85 Republican Russ Fairchild re-elected


Republican Russ Fairchild 19,386 100
86 Republican Allan Egolf retired


Republican Mark K. Keller 21,650 100
87 Republican Patricia H. Vance ran for Pennsylvania Senate


Republican Glen R. Grell 20,276 60.6
Democratic Marilyn C. Zilli 13,194 39.4
88 Republican Jerry L. Nailor re-elected


Republican Jerry L. Nailor 22,330 72.5
Democratic Margaret M. Stuski 8,459 27.5
89 Democratic Jeffrey W. Coy retired


Republican Rob Kauffman 16,043 60.3
Democratic Doug Harbach 10,545 39.7
90 Republican Patrick E. Fleagle re-elected


Republican Patrick E. Fleagle 24,449 100
91 Republican Stephen R. Maitland re-elected


Republican Stephen R. Maitland 19,945 73.8
Democratic Alan Henry 7,092 26.2
92 Republican Bruce I. Smith re-elected


Republican Bruce I. Smith 22,057 75.3
Democratic Matt Kelly 7,225 24.7
93 Republican Ron Miller re-elected


Republican Ron Miller 22,078 92.6
Green Susan L. Savia 1,758 7.4
94 Republican Stanley E. Saylor re-elected


Republican Stanley E. Saylor 20,970 100
95 Democratic Stephen H. Stetler re-elected


Democratic Stephen H. Stetler 12,632 100
96 Democratic Mike Sturla re-elected


Democratic Mike Sturla 13,808 65.7
Republican Tony Allen 7,195 34.3
97 Republican Roy E. Baldwin re-elected


Republican Roy E. Baldwin 24,089 94.7
Green Vern Marten 1,356 5.3
98 Republican David S. Hickernell re-elected


Republican David S. Hickernell 19,566 100
99 Republican Gordon R. Denlinger[13] re-elected


Republican Gordon R. Denlinger 18,757 100
100 Republican Gibson C. Armstrong re-elected


Republican Gibson C. Armstrong 18,426 100
101 Republican Mauree Gingrich re-elected


Republican Mauree A. Gingrich 16,412 83.5
Libertarian Russ Diamond 3,248 16.5
102 Republican Peter J. Zug re-elected


Republican Peter J. Zug 19,959 93.1
Libertarian Raymond S. Ondrusek 1,482 6.9
103 Democratic Ron Buxton re-elected


Democratic Ron Buxton 19,611 100
104 Republican Mark S. McNaughton re-elected


Republican Mark S. McNaughton 22,312 100
105 Republican Ron Marsico re-elected


Republican Ron Marsico 26,058 86.7
Libertarian Cheryl L. Gordon 4,001 13.3
106 Republican John D. Payne re-elected


Republican John D. Payne 17,131 59.7
Democratic Dan Holt 11,572 40.3
107 Democratic Robert Belfanti re-elected


Democratic Robert E. Belfanti 14,099 60.9
Republican John B. Bulger 9,069 39.1
108 Republican Merle H. Phillips re-elected


Republican Merle H. Phillips 20,069 100
109 Republican David R. Millard[14] re-elected


Republican David R. Millard 14,241 57.7
Democratic Paul E. Reichart 10,448 42.3
110 Republican Tina Pickett re-elected


Republican Tina Pickett 21,418 100
111 Republican Sandra J. Major re-elected


Republican Sandra J. Major 21,619 90.1
Green Jay Sweeney 2,379 9.9
112 Democratic Fred Belardi re-elected


Democratic Fred Belardi 17,745 100
113 Democratic Gaynor Cawley re-elected


Democratic Gaynor Cawley 19,434 100
114 Democratic Jim Wansacz re-elected


Democratic Jim Wansacz 20,711 71
Republican Frank Scavo 8,459 29
115 Democratic Edward Staback re-elected


Democratic Edward G. Staback 19,623 100
116 Democratic Todd A. Eachus re-elected


Democratic Todd A. Eachus 15,480 68.6
Republican Sean P. Shamany 7,016 31.1
Socialist Kristofer N. Barkanic 66 0.3
117 Republican George C. Hasay re-elected


Republican George C. Hasay 16,795 67.7
Democratic Nathan Sorber 8,020 32.3
118 Democratic Thomas M. Tigue re-elected


Democratic Thomas M. Tigue 14,900 58.4
Republican Donna M. Asure 10,622 41.6
119 Democratic John T. Yudichak re-elected


Democratic John T. Yudichak 16,686 100
120 Democratic Phyllis Mundy re-elected


Democratic Phyllis Mundy 17,799 100
121 Democratic Kevin Blaum re-elected


Democratic Kevin Blaum 13,477 62.6
Republican Christine Katsock 8,035 37.4
122 Democratic Keith McCall re-elected


Democratic Keith R. McCall 16,847 100
123 Democratic Neal Goodman re-elected


Democratic Neal P. Goodman 17,856 73.4
Republican Tom Yarnell 6,466 26.6
124 Republican David G. Argall re-elected


Republican David G. Argall 20,111 71.2
Democratic Christian P. Morrison 8,145 28.8
125 Republican Bob Allen re-elected


Republican Bob Allen 22,704 100
126 Democratic Dante Santoni re-elected


Democratic Dante Santoni 19,650 93.5
Green Scott R. Bussler 1,371 6.5
127 Democratic Thomas R. Caltagirone re-elected


Democratic Thomas R. Caltagirone 13,341 91.2
Green Stefan C. Kosikowski 1,292 8.8
128 Republican Samuel E. Rohrer re-elected


Republican Samuel E. Rohrer 23,261 100
129 Republican Sheila Miller re-elected


Republican Sheila Miller 18,382 65.9
Democratic Lynn H. Schaeffer 9,523 34.1
130 Republican Dennis E. Leh re-elected


Republican Dennis E. Leh 19,392 65.9
Democratic Dwayne Clemens 10,035 34.1
131 Republican Pat Browne re-elected


Republican Pat Browne 15,367 90.8
Green James Goodley 881 5.2
Independent Drake E. Minder 685 4
132 Democratic Jennifer Mann re-elected


Democratic Jennifer Mann 15,021 71.3
Republican Adam Marles 6,048 28.7
133 Democratic T. J. Rooney re-elected


Democratic T.J. Rooney 14,252 67.5
Republican Albert V.F. Nelthropp 6,554 31.1
Green Guy Gray 293 1.4
134 Republican Douglas G. Reichley re-elected


Republican Douglas G. Reichley 21,171 90.4
Green Patrick St. John 2,237 9.6
135 Democratic Steve Samuelson re-elected


Democratic Steve Samuelson 16,960 65.1
Republican David A. Donio 9,098 34.9
136 Democratic Robert Freeman re-elected


Democratic Robert Freeman 15,363 65.8
Republican John Cusick 7,970 34.2
137 Democratic Richard T. Grucela re-elected


Democratic Richard T. Grucela 17,438 58.5
Republican Joe Emrick 12,383 41.5
138 Republican Craig A. Dally re-elected


Republican Craig A. Dally 19,905 100
139 Republican Jerry Birmelin re-elected


Republican Jerry Birmelin 18,331 100
140 Democratic Thomas C. Corrigan re-elected


Democratic Thomas C. Corrigan 18,338 100
141 Democratic Anthony J. Melio re-elected


Democratic Anthony J. Melio 18,340 72
Republican George Dranginis 7,126 28
142 Republican Matthew N. Wright re-elected


Republican Matthew N. Wright 18,124 58.7
Democratic John T. Krimmel, Sr. 12,744 41.3
143 Republican Chuck McIlhinney re-elected


Republican Chuck McIlhinney 19,944 60.6
Democratic Neil Samuels 12,960 39.4
144 Republican Katharine M. Watson re-elected


Republican Katharine M. Watson 20,985 66.2
Democratic James J. Trimble 10,738 33.8
145 Republican Paul I. Clymer re-elected


Republican Paul I. Clymer 19,268 64.9
Democratic John A. Norvaisas 10,417 35.1
146 Republican Mary Ann Dailey retired


Republican Thomas J. Quigley 13,885 51.9
Democratic Dan Weand 12,882 48.1
147 Republican Raymond Bunt re-elected


Republican Raymond Bunt 19,237 100
148 Republican Melissa Murphy Weber defeated


Democratic Mike Gerber 17,844 50.2
Republican Melissa Murphy Weber 17,382 48.9
Libertarian Eric R. Ebeling 338 1.0
149 Democratic Daylin Leach re-elected


Democratic Daylin Leach 20,039 62
Republican Brad Murphy 12,274 38
150 Republican Jacqueline R. Crahalla re-elected


Republican Jacqueline R. Crahalla 15,881 55.4
Democratic Rebecca Wall 12,761 44.6
151 Republican Eugene F. McGill re-elected


Republican Eugene F. McGill 17,548 58
Democratic Anita O'Hara Pieri 12,707 42
152 Republican Susan E. Cornell[15] re-elected


Republican Susan E. Cornell 16,729 56.4
Democratic Ross Schriftman 12,916 43.6
153 Republican Ellen M. Bard ran for Congress


Democratic Josh Shapiro 18,237 54.3
Republican Jon D. Fox 15,022 44.7
Libertarian Matthew Wusinich 316 0.9
154 Democratic Lawrence H. Curry re-elected


Democratic Lawrence H. Curry 25,662 74.8
Republican Jeffrey K. Belford 8,634 25.2
155 Republican Curt Schroder re-elected


Republican Curt Schroder 25,061 100
156 Republican Elinor Z. Taylor re-elected


Republican Elinor Z. Taylor 17,030 54.5
Democratic Barbara McIlvaine Smith 14,200 45.5
157 Republican Carole A. Rubley re-elected


Republican Carole A. Rubley 22,151 88.9
Libertarian James Babb 2,761 11.1
158 Republican L. Chris Ross re-elected


Republican L. Chris Ross 19,622 65.1
Democratic Mario J. Calvarese 10,516 34.9
159 Democratic Thaddeus Kirkland re-elected


Democratic Thaddeus Kirkland 14,779 69.2
Republican Nolan O. Woodland 6,585 30.8
160 Republican Stephen Barrar re-elected


Republican Stephen E. Barrar 22,288 65.9
Democratic Mike McGann 11,519 34.1
161 Republican Tom Gannon re-elected


Republican Tom Gannon 19,750 100
162 Republican Ron Raymond re-elected


Republican Ron Raymond 17,443 63.6
Democratic Catherine Marie Celley 9727 35.4
Libertarian David Jahn 273 1
163 Republican Nicholas A. Micozzie re-elected


Republican Nicholas A. Micozzie 17,866 61
Democratic Rose Izzo 11,421 39
164 Republican Mario J. Civera re-elected


Republican Mario J. Civera 14,202 55.5
Democratic Josh Richard 11,409 44.5
165 Republican William F. Adolph re-elected


Republican William F. Adolph 20,149 64.7
Democratic Dustin L. Gettel 11,003 35.3
166 Democratic Greg Vitali re-elected


Democratic Greg Vitali 20,979 59.9
Republican John P. Williamson 14,041 40.1
167 Republican Bob Flick re-elected


Republican Bob Flick 25,812 100
168 Republican Thomas H. Killion[16] re-elected


Republican Thomas H. Killion 21,698 100
169 Republican Dennis M. O'Brien re-elected


Republican Dennis M. O'Brien 19,231 100
170 Republican George T. Kenney re-elected


Republican George T. Kenney 15,498 57.7
Democratic Brendan F. Boyle 11,362 42.3
171 Republican Kerry A. Benninghoff re-elected


Republican Kerry A. Benninghoff 18,190 66.6
Democratic Rich Rogers 9,143 33.5
172 Republican John M. Perzel re-elected


Republican John M. Perzel 22,210 74.7
Democratic Tim Kearney 7,522 25.3
173 Democratic Michael P. McGeehan re-elected


Democratic Michael Patrick McGeehan 17,285 80.7
Republican Don Norlie 4,133 19.3
174 Democratic Alan Butkovitz re-elected


Democratic Alan Butkovitz 17,544 76.4
Republican Aida Aloian 5,413 23.6
175 Democratic Marie Lederer re-elected


Democratic Marie Lederer 19,772 81.1
Republican Greg Mester, Jr. 4,607 18.9
176 Republican Mario Scavello re-elected


Republican Mario M. Scavello 13,159 58.9
Democratic Joe Metzgar 8,348 37.4
177 Republican John J. Taylor re-elected


Republican John J. Taylor 15137 100
178 Republican Scott A. Petri re-elected


Republican Scott Petri 21,191 61.7
Democratic Michael A. Lavanga 12,674 36.9
Libertarian Jay Russell 461 1.3
179 Democratic William W. Rieger re-elected


Democratic William W. Rieger 15,927 84
Republican Michael B. Berry 3,025 16
180 Democratic Angel Cruz re-elected


Democratic Angel L. Cruz 15,591 85.7
Republican Matthew J. Slonaker, Sr. 2,599 14.3
181 Democratic W. Curtis Thomas re-elected


Democratic W. Curtis Thomas 22,679 100
182 Democratic Babette Josephs re-elected


Democratic Babette Josephs 23,969 80
Republican Andrew Terhune 5,981 20
183 Republican Julie Harhart re-elected


Republican Julie Harhart 18,145 100
184 Democratic William F. Keller re-elected


Democratic William F. Keller 18,930 78.8
Republican Mark R. Colangelo 5,083 21.2
185 Democratic Robert C. Donatucci re-elected


Democratic Robert C. Donatucci 18,862 80.6
Republican Joseph T. Apple 4,535 19.4
186 Democratic Harold James re-elected


Democratic Harold James 22,375 92.5
Republican James M. Goldman 1,802 7.5
187 Republican Paul W. Semmel re-elected


Republican Paul W. Semmel 19,576 100
188 Democratic James R. Roebuck re-elected


Democratic James R. Roebuck 22,252 100
189 Republican Kelly Lewis re-elected


Republican Kelly Lewis 13,962 100
190 Democratic Michael Horsey defeated in primary


Democratic Thomas W. Blackwell IV 24,725 95.3
Republican Vanessa L. Brown 1,214 4.7
191 Democratic Ronald G. Waters re-elected


Democratic Ronald G. Waters 22,363 100
192 Democratic Louise Bishop re-elected


Democratic Louise Bishop 25,236 100
193 Republican Steven R. Nickol re-elected


Republican Steven R. Nickol 20,533 92.2
Green Thomas J. Marti 1,731 7.8
194 Democratic Kathy M. Manderino re-elected


Democratic Kathy Manderino 22,413 100
195 Democratic Frank L. Oliver re-elected


Democratic Frank L. Oliver 24,722 100
196 Republican Beverly Mackereth re-elected


Republican Beverly Mackereth 20,942 95.7
Libertarian William Keslar 936 4.3
197 Democratic Jewell Williams re-elected


Democratic Jewell Williams 24,655 94.1
Republican Lewis Harris, Jr. 1,544 5.9
198 Democratic Rosita C. Youngblood re-elected


Democratic Rosita C. Youngblood 24,300 100
199 Republican William I. Gabig re-elected


Republican Will Gabig 15,007 58.3
Democratic Christian R. Muniz 10,728 41.7
200 Democratic Leanna M. Washington re-elected


Democratic Leanna M. Washington 28,164 100
201 Democratic John Myers re-elected


Democratic John Myers 24975 100
202 Democratic Mark B. Cohen re-elected


Democratic Mark B. Cohen 18,576 79.2
Republican Gary Grisafi 4,882 20.8
203 Democratic Dwight Evans re-elected


Democratic Dwight Evans 23956 100

References[edit]

  1. ^ "2004 General Election". Commonwealth of PA - Elections Information. Pennsylvania Department of State. 2004. Retrieved 2008-05-27. 
  2. ^ "2004 General Primary". Commonwealth of PA - Elections Information. Pennsylvania Department of State. 2004. Retrieved 2008-05-27. 
  3. ^ "President of the United States, 2006 General Primary". Commonwealth of PA - Elections Information. Pennsylvania Department of State. 2004. Retrieved 2008-05-27. 
  4. ^ House of Representatives
  5. ^ "2003 Special Election for the 99th Legislative District". Commonwealth of PA - Elections Information. Pennsylvania Department of State. 2004. 
  6. ^ "2003 Special Election for the 168th Legislative District". Commonwealth of PA - Elections Information. Pennsylvania Department of State. 2004. 
  7. ^ "2003 Special Election for the 44th Legislative District". Commonwealth of PA - Elections Information. Pennsylvania Department of State. 2004. 
  8. ^ "2003 Special Election for the 3rd Legislative District - Representative in the General Assembly". Commonwealth of PA - Elections Information. Pennsylvania Department of State. 2004. 
  9. ^ "2004 Special Election for the 109th Legislative District". Commonwealth of PA - Elections Information. Pennsylvania Department of State. 2004. 
  10. ^ "2004 Special Election for the 152nd Legislative District". Commonwealth of PA - Elections Information. Pennsylvania Department of State. 2004. 
  11. ^ Elected in a special election on July 22, 2003 to fill the unexpired term of Karl Boyes, who died on May 11, 2003.
  12. ^ Elected in a special election on June 17, 2003 to fill the unexpired term of John Pippy, who was elected to the Pennsylvania Senate.
  13. ^ Election in a special election on March 18, 2003 to fill the unexpired term of Leroy M. Zimmerman, who died on December 6, 2002.
  14. ^ Elected in a special election on January 27, 2004 to fill the unexpired term of John Gordner, who was elected to the Pennsylvania Senate.
  15. ^ Elected in a special election on March 9, 2004 to fill the unexpired term of her father, Roy Cornell, who died on January 1, 2004.
  16. ^ Elected in a special election on June 17, 2003 to fill the unexpired term of Matthew J. Ryan, who died on March 29, 2003.