Pennsylvania House of Representatives, District 68

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This page is dedicated to the Pennsylvania House of Representatives District 68. This district is located in northeast Pennsylvania, and has been represented by Clinton D. Owlett since 2018.

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Current Clinton D. Owlett (RWellsboro)
Demographics97.4% White
0.7% Black
0.1% Hispanic
Population (2010)
 • Citizen voting age
62,573
46,233

District profile[edit]

Pennsylvania's 68th District is located in both the northeast and northcentral parts of the Commonwealth. The current state representative is Clinton D. Owlett, who has served this district since 2018. The environment offers views of both the rural landscape and the abundant and diverse wildlife that inhabits it. In towns, there are a wide variety of shops and small businesses to choose from in obtaining desired goods and services. The 68th Pennsylvania House of Representatives District is located in Bradford County and Potter County and all of Tioga County and includes the following areas:[1]

Representatives[edit]

Representative Party Years District home Note
Prior to 1969, seats were apportioned by county.
Warren H. Spencer Republican 1969 – 1984
Edgar A. Carlson Republican 1985 – 1992
Matt E. Baker Republican 1993 – present Wellsboro Incumbent
PA House election, 2010:
Pennsylvania House, District 68
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Republican Matthew Baker 11,475 100.0 -
Margin of victory 11,475 100.0 -
Turnout 11,475 -
PA House election, 2012:
Pennsylvania House, District 68
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Republican Matthew Baker 16,198 100 -
Margin of victory 16,198 100.0 -
Turnout 16,198 100 -
PA House election, 2014:
Pennsylvania House, District 68
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Republican Matthew Baker 9,320 80.8 -
Democratic Jonathan Ruth 2,218 19.2 -
Margin of victory 7102 81.0 decrease
Turnout 11,538 100 -
PA House election, 2016:
Pennsylvania House, District 68
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Republican Matthew Baker 17,230 100 -
Margin of victory 17,230 100.0 increase
Turnout 17,230 100 -

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References[edit]

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