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Pennsylvania’s 6th Congressional District

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Pennsylvania's 6th Congressional District is a congressional district in the state of Pennsylvania. It includes communities north and west of the City of Philadelphia. It is currently represented by Jim Gerlach The district was substantially redrawn in 2002 and again slightly modified in 2012. Its strange shape in 2002 brought charges of gerrymandering by Democrats who argued it "looms like a dragon descending on Philadelphia from the west, splitting up towns and communities throughout Montgomery and Berks Counties." The combination of very affluent suburban areas of Philadelphia and sparsely populated rural areas was possibly designed to capture Republican voters, but changes in voting patterns in southeastern Pennsylvania has made the District much more competitive. The District had a Cook Partisan Voting Index score of R+1 after the 2012 redistricting but previously was rated D+4. The redistricting of 2011/2012 changed it to include parts of Chester, Montgomery, Berks and Lebanon counties. (More from Freebase)



Patrick Toomey Republican 4 years in office


Robert Casey Democrat 8 years in office



6th District Ryan Costello MyOC Group Republican First year in office

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