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Pennsylvania House of Representatives, District 175

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Pennsylvania House of Representatives, District 175

The 175th Pennsylvania House of Representatives District is located in Philadelphia County and includes the following areas:[1]

  • Philadelphia (PART)
    • Ward 01 [PART, Divisions 10, 12 and 16]
    • Ward 02 [PART, Divisions 01–03, 12–17, 25–27]
    • Ward 05 [PART, Divisions 01–04, 10, 12–13, 16–19 and 21]
    • Ward 18 [PART, Divisions 02, 04–07, 10–12]
    • Ward 25 [PART, Divisions 09, 13–21]
    • Ward 31 [PART, Divisions 01–04, 07–14]
    • Ward 45 [PART, Divisions 09–11, 16–17 and 19]

Representatives

Representative Party Years District home Note
Prior to 1969, seats were apportioned by county.
John Pezak Democrat 1969 – 1972
Fortunato N. Perri Republican 1973 – 1976 Philadelphia Judge, Philadelphia Traffic Court
Robert A. Borski, Jr. Democrat 1977 – 1982 Philadelphia Elected to the U.S. House of Representatives
Gerard A. Kosinski Democrat 1983 – 1992 Philadelphia Judge, Philadelphia Municipal Court
Marie Lederer Democrat 1993 – 2006
Michael H. O'Brien Democrat 2007 – present Philadelphia Incumbent

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