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Pennsylvania House of Representatives, District 170

The 170th Pennsylvania House of Representatives District is made up of parts of Montgomery County and Philadelphia County. The district includes the following areas:[1]

  • Montgomery County
  • Philadelphia County
    • Philadelphia (PART)
      • Ward 35 [PART, Divisions 02–03, 05 and 32]
      • Ward 53 [PART, Divisions 20 and 21]
      • Ward 56 [PART, Divisions 04, 07–10 and 33]
      • Ward 58 [PART, Divisions 01–07, 09–10, 13, 15–18, 20–22, 24–26, 29, 31–32, 35–37, 39–41 and 43]
      • Ward 63 [PART, Divisions 02, 06, 08 and 21]
      • Ward 66 [PART, Divisions 02, 04–06, 09, 16, 22 and 34]

Representatives

Representative Party Years District home Note
Prior to 1969, seats were apportioned by county.
Tom Gola Republican 1969 – 1970 Philadelphia
Alvin Katz Republican 1971 – 1972 Philadelphia
Frank A. Salvatore Republican 1973 – 1984 Philadelphia Elected to the State Senate
George T. Kenney Republican 1985 – 2008 Philadelphia Retired
Brendan F. Boyle Democrat 2009 – present Philadelphia Incumbent

References

External links

  • Map of PA District 170
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