Pennsylvania House of Representatives, District 104

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Pennsylvania House District 104.png
Current Sue Helm (RSusquehanna Township, Dauphin County)
Demographics 82.5% White
11.7% Black
3.8% Hispanic
Population (2011)
 • Citizen voting age
63,598
50,320

The 104th Pennsylvania House of Representatives District is located in SouthCentral Pennsylvania and has been represented since 2006 by Sue Helm.

District profile[edit]

The 104th Pennsylvania House of Representatives District is located in Dauphin County and Lebanon County. It includes Clemson Island Prehistoric District. It is made up of the following areas:[1]

Representatives[edit]

Representative Party Hometown Term Electoral history
Prior to 1969, seats were apportioned by county.
No image.svg H. Joseph Hepford Republican 1969 – 1976
Jeff Piccola.jpg Jeffrey Piccola Republican Susquehanna Township 1977 – 1995 Resigned seat on Nov. 7, 1995, after election to Pennsylvania State Senate[2]
No image.svg Jeff Haste Republican 1996 Won special election on Jan. 30, 1996[3]
No image.svg Mark S. McNaughton Republican 1996 – 2006
2000 United States Census: 2002 – 2013
Part of Dauphin County
Townships of Halifax, Jackson, Jefferson, Lykens, Middle Paxton, Mifflin, Reed, Rush, Susquehanna, Swatara (PART, District 04), Upper Paxton, Washington, Wayne, Wiconisco, Williams
Boroughs of Berrysburg, Dauphin, Elizabethville, Gratz, Halifax, Lykens, Millersburg, Paxtang, Penbrook, Pillow, Williamstown

Total population: 60,429
No image.svg Mark S. McNaughton Republican 1996 – 2006 Retained seat after redistricting;
Did not seek re-election in 2006
No image.svg Sue Helm Republican Susquehanna Township 2006 – TBD Incumbent
2010 United States Census: 2014 – 2022
Part of Dauphin County
Townships of East Hanover, Halifax, Jackson, Jefferson, Middle Paxton, Reed, Rush, Susquehanna, Swatara (PART, District 04 and 07), Upper Paxton, Wayne
Boroughs of Dauphin, Halifax, Millersburg, Penbrook

Part of Lebanon County
Townships of East Hanover, North Annville
Total population: 63,598

No image.svg TBD Pending Pennsylvania House of Representatives elections, 2014

Recent election results[edit]

PA House election, 2010:
Pennsylvania House, District 104
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Republican Sue Helm 11,593 50.68
Democratic Gene Stilp 11,280 49.32
Margin of victory 313 1.36
Turnout 22,873 100
PA House election, 2012:
Pennsylvania House, District 104
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Republican Sue Helm 16,047 54.51
Democratic Christopher Dietz 13,393 45.49
Margin of victory 2,654 9.02 Increase 7.66
Turnout 29,440 100
PA House election, 2014:
Pennsylvania House, District 104
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Republican Sue Helm 10,920 54.25
Democratic Eugene Stilp 9,209 45.75
Margin of victory 1,711 8.50 Decrease 0.52
Turnout 20,129 100
PA House election, 2016:
Pennsylvania House, District 104
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Republican Sue Helm 16,921 55.69
Democratic Jody Rebarchak 13,461 44.31
Margin of victory 3,460 11.38 Increase 2.88
Turnout 30,382 100

References[edit]

  • Cox, Harold (2004). "Legislatures - 1776-2004". Wilkes University Election Statistics Project. Wilkes University.

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