Pennsylvania House of Representatives, District 130
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|Current||David M. Maloney (R–Boyertown)|
• Citizen voting age
- Berks County
|Prior to 1969, seats were apportioned by county.|
|Lester K. Fryer||Democrat||1969 – 1986|
|Dennis E. Leh||Republican||1987 – 2006|
|David R. Kessler||Democrat||2007 – 2010||Boyertown|
|David M. Maloney||Republican||2011 – present||Incumbent|
Recent election results
|Republican||David M. Maloney||12,848||57.50|
|Democratic||David R. Kessler||9,498||42.50|
|Margin of victory||3,350||15.00|
|Republican||David M. Maloney||19,903||62.89|
|Democratic||Russell James Diesinger||11,743||37.11|
|Margin of victory||8,160||25.78||10.78|
|Republican||David M. Maloney||11,177||62.00|
|Democratic||David R. Kessler||6,851||38.00|
|Margin of victory||4,326||24||1.78|
|Republican||David M. Maloney||24,860||100|
|Margin of victory||24,860||100|
- Cox, Harold (2004). "Legislatures - 1776-2004". Wilkes University Election Statistics Project. Wilkes University.
- "Composite Listing of House of Representatives Districts" (PDF). Pennsylvania Department of State. Retrieved 2015-02-19.
- District Map from the United States Census Bureau
- Pennsylvania House Legislative District Maps from the Pennsylvania Redistricting Commission.
- Population Data for District 130 from the Pennsylvania Redistricting Commission.
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