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Pennsylvania House of Representatives, District 185

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Pennsylvania House of Representatives, District 185

The 185th District is an electoral district of the Pennsylvania House of Representatives and is currently represented by Democrat Maria Donatucci. The district is located within Delaware and Philadelphia Counties. It includes the following areas:[1]


Representative[2] Party[2] Years[2] District home Notes
Before 1967, seats were apportioned by county.
Matthew Coppolino Republican 1967 – 1972 Philadelphia Moved from the 17th Philadelphia County district.
Frank Vacca Republican 1973 – 1974 Philadelphia Defeated in general election.[3]
Anthony DiDonato Democratic 1975 – 1976 Philadelphia
Ronald Donatucci Democratic 1977 – 1980 Philadelphia Resigned January 7, 1980.[4]
Robert Donatucci Democratic 1980 – 2010 Philadelphia Elected March 11, 1980 to fill vacancy. Re-elected November 2, died November 9, 2010.[5]
Maria Donatucci Democratic 2011 – present Philadelphia Incumbent; Elected February 1 to fill vacancy, took office February 15, 2011.



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