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Pennsylvania House of Representatives, District 60

The 60th Pennsylvania House of Representatives District is made up of parts of Armstrong County and Indiana County. The district includes the following areas:[1]

Representatives

Representative Party Years District home Note
Prior to 1969, seats were apportioned by county.
C. Doyle Steele Democrat 1969 – 1972
John B. McCue Republican 1973 – 1976
Henry Livengood Democrat 1977 – 1988 Died in office 1988[2]
Timothy L. Pesci Democrat 1989 – 2000 Freeport Elected on May 16, 1989 to fill vacancy[3]
Unsuccessful candidate for reelection
Jeff Coleman Republican 2001 – 2005 Apollo Did not seek reelection
Jeff Pyle Republican 2005 – present Ford City Incumbent

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