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Pennsylvania House of Representatives, District 20

The 20th District of the Pennsylvania House of Representatives is located in Allegheny County and includes the following areas:[1]

Representatives

Representative[2] Party[2] Years[2] District home Notes
Before 1969, seats were apportioned by county.
Paul W. Miller Democrat 1969 – 1970
Michael M. Mullen Democrat 1971 – 1972
Andrew Fenrich Democrat 1973 – 1974
Michael M. Mullen Democrat 1975 – 1978 Died in office on February 19[3]
William Quest Democrat 1978 Elected to fill vacancy on June 5[3]
Stephen Grabowski Democrat 1979 – 1982 Defeated for re-nomination
Thomas J. Murphy, Jr. Democrat 1983 – 1993 Pittsburgh Resigned December 15 after being elected mayor of Pittsburgh[4]
Barabara Burns Democrat 1994 Elected to fill vacancy on March 7[4]
Don Walko Democrat 1995 – 2010 Pittsburgh Resigned after being elected district judge
Adam Ravenstahl Democrat 2010 – present Pittsburgh Incumbent

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