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Pennsylvania House of Representatives, District 22

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Subject: William J. Coyne, Jack Wagner (politician), Chelsa Wagner, Michael Diven, Frank Gigliotti, Members of the Pennsylvania House of Representatives
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Pennsylvania House of Representatives, District 22

The 22nd Pennsylvania House of Representatives District is located in Allegheny County and includes the following areas:[1]

  • Baldwin Township
  • Castle Shannon
  • Pittsburgh (PART)
    • Ward 18 [PART, Divisions 05 and 07]
    • Ward 19
    • Ward 20 [PART, Divisions 02, 09, 10 and 11]
    • Ward 21 [PART, Division 04]
    • Ward 32 [PART, Divisions 01, 04, 05, 06, 07 and 08]) and
  • Whitehall (PART, Districts 01, 02, 03, 04, 07, 08, 10, 11, 13, 14, 15 and 16)


Representative Party Years District home Note
Before 1969, seats were apportioned by county.
Frank W. O'Brien Democrat 1969 – 1970
William J. Coyne Democrat 1971 – 1972 Pittsburgh
James A. Romanelli Democrat 1973 – 1975 Resigned November 17, 1975.[2]
Charles Logue Democrat 1976 – 1978 Elected to fill Romanelli's unexpired term in April 1976[2]
Steve Seventy Democrat 1979 – 1988 Died in office 1988[3]
Frank Gigliotti Democrat 1989 – 2000 Resigned on June 15, 2000[4]
Michael Diven Democratic 2001 – 2005 Switched party in 2005
Republican 2005 – 2006
Chelsa Wagner Democrat 2007 – 2012 Pittsburgh Resigned to take office as Allegheny County Controller
Vacant 2012 – present


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