Portal:Pennsylvania and the U.S. Congress/Senators, representatives and candidates

From OpenCongress Wiki

Jump to: navigation, search

Congresspedia.org is undergoing a major upgrade. These listings are for Congress in 2008. Stay tuned for a new site and updated listings. Want a sneak-peak? Email Conor Kenny and as for a pass.

File:Pennsylvania 2007 congressional districts.JPG
Pennsylvania's nineteen congressional districts (Find your district)



Bob Casey (D)

50px Arlen Specter (R)


File:Wiki the vote 07.gif

In the 110th Congress, Pennsylvania had 11 Democrats and 8 Republicans in the U.S. House and 1 Republican and 1 Democratic senator. In the 2008 elections, Pennsylvania elected 12 Democrats and 7 Republicans to the U.S. House, and continues to have 1 Democratic and 1 Republican senator. (See results)




Neither senate seat is up for election in 2008

1st district Incumbent: Bob Brady (D) won re-election.

No challengers yet

2nd district Incumbent: Chaka Fattah (D) won re-election.
50px Adam Lang (R)
3rd district Incumbent: Phil English (R) lost his re-election bid.
50px Kathy Dahlkemper (D)
50px Steve Porter (I)
4th district Incumbent: Jason Altmire (D)won re-election.
50px Melissa Hart (R)
5th district Incumbent: John Peterson (R) has announced his retirement, and will not seek reelection in 2008.
50px Mark McCracken (D)
50px Glenn Thompson (R)
6th district Incumbent: Jim Gerlach (R) won re-election.
50px Bob Roggio (D)
7th district Incumbent: Joseph Sestak (D) won re-election.
50px Craig Williams (R)
8th district Incumbent: Patrick Murphy (D) won re-election.
50px Tom Manion (R)
9th district Incumbent: Bill Shuster (R) won re-election.
50px Tony Barr (D)
10th district Incumbent: Christopher Carney (D) won re-election.
50px Chris Hackett (R)
11th district Incumbent: Paul Kanjorski (D) won re-election.
50px Lou Barletta (R)
12th district Incumbent: John Murtha (D) won re-election.
50px Terry Ronzio (Unity Party)
50px William Russell (R)
13th district Incumbent: Allyson Schwartz (D) won re-election.
50px Marina Kats (R)
14th district Incumbent: Michael Doyle (D) won re-election.
50px Titus North (G)
15th district Incumbent: Charlie Dent (R) won re-election.
50px Sam Bennett (D)
16th district Incumbent: Joe Pitts (R) won re-election.
50px Bruce Slater (D)
50px John Murphy (I)
17th district Incumbent: Tim Holden (D) won re-election.
50px Toni Gilhooley (R)
18th district Incumbent: Timothy Murphy won re-election.
50px Steve O'Donnell (D)
19th district Incumbent: Todd Platts (R) won re-election.
50px Phillip Avillo (D)



Robert Brady (D-1st district)

50px Chaka Fattah (D-2nd district)
50px Phil English (R-3rd district)
50px Jason Altmire (D-4th district)
50px John Peterson (R-5th district)
50px Jim Gerlach (R-6th district)
50px Joe Sestak (D-7th district)
50px Patrick Murphy (D-8th district)
50px Bill Shuster (R-9th district)
50px Chris Carney (D-10th district)
50px Paul Kanjorski (D-11th district)
50px John P. Murtha (D-12th district)
50px Allyson Schwartz (D-13th district)
50px Mike Doyle (D-14th district)
50px Charlie Dent (R-15th district)
50px Joe Pitts (R-16th district)
50px Tim Holden (D-17th district)
50px Tim Murphy (R-18th district)
50px Todd Platts (R-19th district)

For more articles on Portal:Pennsylvania and the U.S. Congress, see the Category:Portal:Pennsylvania and the U.S. Congress.</td><td style="width:8px;"></td></tr></table>