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Pennsylvania House of Representatives, District 2

The 2nd District is an electoral district for the Pennsylvania House of Representatives and is currently represented by Democrat Florindo Fabrizio. The district is located within Erie County and includes the following areas:[1]

  • Erie
    • Ward 1 (Divisions 1, 4)
    • Ward 3 (Divisions 3–7)
    • Ward 4 (Divisions 1–9)
    • Ward 5 (Divisions 1, 11, 14, 20–21)
    • Ward 6 (Divisions 1, 5–17)
  • Millcreek Township (Districts 1 and 21)
  • Summit Township

Representatives

Representative[2] Party[2] Years[2] District home Notes
Before 1969, seats were apportioned by county.
Robert Bellomini Democrat 1969–1978 Erie Moved from the 1st Erie County district. Resigned on June 13.[3]
Italo Cappabianca Democrat 1979–2001 Erie Died in office on May 28.[3]
Gayle Wright Democrat 2001–2002 Erie Elected in a special election on August 14.[4] Defeated in primary.[5]
Florindo Fabrizio Democrat 2003–present Erie Incumbent

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