Pennsylvania House of Representatives, District 148

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Pennsylvania House District 148.png
Current Mary Jo Daley (–Narberth)
Demographics87.8% White
5.1% Black
2.8% Hispanic
Population (2011)
 • Citizen voting age
63,904
50,014

The 148th Pennsylvania House of Representatives District is located in Southeastern Pennsylvania and has been represented since 2013 by Mary Jo Daley.

District profile[edit]

The 148th Pennsylvania House of Representatives District is located in Montgomery County. It includes the Narbrook Park Historic District. It is made up of the following areas:[1]

Representatives[edit]

Representative Party Years District home Note
Prior to 1969, seats were apportioned by county.
Joseph L. Torak Republican 1969 – 1970
Anthony Joseph Scirica Republican 1971 – 1980 Resigned January 7, 1980[2]
Lois Sherman Hagerty Republican 1980 – 1992 Elected March 11, 1980 to fill vacancy[3]
Lita Indzel Cohen Republican 1993 – 2002
Melissa Murphy Weber Republican 2003 – 2004
Michael F. Gerber Democrat 2005 – 2013 Whitpain Township
Mary Jo Daley Democrat 2013 – present Narberth Incumbent

Recent election results[edit]

PA House election, 2010:
Pennsylvania House, District 148
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Democratic Michael F. Gerber 16,876 61.95
Republican Matt Maguire 10,367 38.05
Margin of victory 6,509 23.90
Turnout 27,243 100
PA House election, 2012:
Pennsylvania House, District 148
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Democratic Mary Jo Daley 21,414 58.67
Republican Mike Ludwig 15,088 41.33
Margin of victory 6,326 17.34
Turnout 36,502 100
PA House election, 2014:
Pennsylvania House, District 148
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Democratic Mary Jo Daley 14,726 61.97
Republican Ed Flocco 9,039 38.03
Margin of victory 5,687 23.94 Increase 6.60
Turnout 5,687 100
PA House election, 2016:
Pennsylvania House, District 148
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Democratic Mary Jo Daley 24,669 63.48
Republican Ed Flocco 14,193 36.52
Margin of victory 10,476 26.96 Increase 3.02
Turnout 38,862 100

References[edit]

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

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