|Bruce S. Marks|
|Member of the Pennsylvania Senate
from the 2nd district
April 28, 1994 – November 30, 1994
|Preceded by||William Stinson|
|Succeeded by||Christine Tartaglione|
|Constituency||Part of Philadelphia|
|Born||March 14, 1957
|Residence||Bala Cynwyd, PA|
He appeared to lose a 1993 election for the 2nd senatorial district for the Pennsylvania Senate, but a federal judge declared him the winner of that election after finding that the campaign of William G. Stinson had engaged in election fraud. Marks was seated in the Senate on April 28, 1994.
- Cox, Harold (2004). "Pennsylvania Senate – 1993–1994" (PDF). Wilkes University Election Statistics Project. Wilkes University.
- "Court Lets Vote Fraud Order Stand". The Washington Post. January 18, 1995.
- "U.S. HIGH COURT LETS VOTE REVERSAL STAND THE SECOND DISTRICT CASE WAS THE FIRST IN WHICH A FEDERAL JUDGE HAD REVERSED AN ELECTION OUTCOME.". Philadelphia Inquirer. January 18, 1995.
- Cox, Harold (2004). "Legislatures – 1776–2004". Wilkes University Election Statistics Project. Wilkes University.
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