Pennsylvania House of Representatives

The Pennsylvania House of Representatives is the lower house of the bicameral Pennsylvania General Assembly, the legislature of the U.S. state of Pennsylvania. There are 203 members, elected for two-year terms from single member districts.[1][2]

House of Representatives
Pennsylvania General Assembly
Coat of arms or logo
Term limits
New session started
January 3, 2023
Joanna McClinton (D)
since February 28, 2023
Majority Leader
Matthew Bradford (D)
since February 28, 2023
Minority Leader
Bryan Cutler (R)
since February 8, 2023
Political groups
  •   Democratic (102)


Length of term
2 years
AuthorityArticle II, section 1, Pennsylvania Constitution
Last election
November 8, 2022
Next election
November 5, 2024
Meeting place
House of Representatives Chamber
Pennsylvania State Capitol
Harrisburg, Pennsylvania
Pennsylvania House of Representatives

It is the largest full-time state legislature in the country. The New Hampshire House of Representatives is larger but only serves part-time.

Qualifications edit

Representatives must be at least 21 years of age. They must be a U.S. citizen and a Pennsylvania resident four years, and a resident of the district they represent one year prior to their election and must reside in that district during their term.[3]

Hall of the House edit

The Hall of the House contains important symbols of Pennsylvania history and the work of legislators.

  • Speaker's Chair: a throne-like chair of rank that sits directly behind the Speaker's rostrum. Architect Joseph Huston designed the chair in 1906, the year the Capitol was dedicated.
  • Mace: the House symbol of authority, peace, order and respect for law rests in a pedestal to the right of the Speaker. Its base is solid mahogany, intricately carved and capped by a brass globe engraved with the Pennsylvania coat of arms. An American Eagle perches on top. The tradition of the mace may date to the Roman Republic when attendants of Roman consuls carried bundles of sticks wrapped around an axe to enforce order. The tradition may also come directly from Pennsylvania's English heritage.
  • Murals: a colorful panorama of Pennsylvania history appear in murals by Edwin Austin Abbey. The most commanding of the series hangs behind the Speaker's rostrum and dominates the wall behind the Speaker. It is called The Apotheosis of Pennsylvania
  • Ceiling: a work of art in itself with its ornate geometry of gold leaf buttoned at the center by a charming painted illustration. In "The Hours", Abbey represents the passage of time in the form of 24 maidens revolving in an endless circle amidst the moon, the sun and the stars of the Milky Way.[4]

Speaker of the House edit

The speakership is the oldest elected statewide office in the Commonwealth. Since its first session in 1682—presided over by William Penn—over 130 house members have been elevated to the speaker's chair. The house cannot hold an official session in the absence of the speaker or their designated speaker pro tempore. Speaker Leroy Irvis was the first African American elected speaker of any state legislature in the United States since Reconstruction. Speaker Dennis O'Brien was the only minority-party Speaker known in Pennsylvania and only the second known nationwide.

Democrat Joanna McClinton was elected Speaker of the House on February 28, 2023, becoming the first female Speaker in Pennsylvania.[5]

Composition edit

Current session edit

As of February 15, 2024:

102 100
Democratic Republican
Affiliation Party
(shading indicates majority caucus)
Republican Ind Democratic Vacant
End of previous legislature 113 0 88 201 0
January 3, 2023 101 1 98 200 3
January 13, 2023[6] 0 99
February 7, 2023[7] 101 102 203 0
February 28, 2023[8] 100 202 1
March 16, 2023[9] 101 201 2
May 17, 2023[10] 101 102 203 0
July 19, 2023[11] 101 101 202 1
September 19, 2023[12] 101 102 203 0
December 14, 2023[13] 101 101 202 1
February 9, 2024[14] 100 101 201 2
February 15, 2024[15] 100 102 202 1
Latest voting share 49.5% 50.5%

Leadership edit

As of February 28, 2023:

Speaker of the House of Representatives: Joanna McClinton (D)

Majority Party (D)[16] Leadership Position Minority Party (R)[17]
Matthew Bradford Floor Leader Bryan Cutler
Dan Miller Whip Tim O'Neal
Michael Schlossberg Caucus Chairperson George Dunbar
Tina Davis Caucus Secretary Martina White
Jordan A. Harris Appropriations Committee Chairperson Seth Grove
Leanne Krueger Caucus Administrator Sheryl M. Delozier
Ryan Bizzarro Policy Committee Chairperson Josh Kail

Current members edit

Current House composition by district:
  Democratic representative
  Republican representative

As of March 18, 2024:

District Representative Party Residence Counties represented[18] First elected
1 Pat Harkins Dem Erie Erie 2006
2 Robert Merski Dem Erie Erie 2018
3 Ryan Bizzarro Dem Millcreek Township Erie 2012
4 Jake Banta Rep Waterford Erie 2022
5 Barry Jozwiak Rep Bern Township Berks 2014
6 Brad Roae Rep East Mead Township Crawford, Erie 2006
7 Parke Wentling Rep Greenville Mercer 2014
8 Aaron Bernstine Rep New Beaver Butler, Lawrence 2016
9 Marla Brown Rep New Castle Lawrence 2022
10 Amen Brown Dem Philadelphia Philadelphia 2020
11 Marci Mustello Rep Butler Township Butler 2019
12 Stephenie Scialabba Rep Cranberry Township Butler 2022
13 John Lawrence Rep Franklin Township Chester 2010
14 Jim Marshall Rep Beaver Falls Beaver 2006
15 Josh Kail Rep Beaver Beaver, Washington 2018
16 Robert Matzie Dem Ambridge Beaver 2008
17 Timothy R. Bonner Rep Grove City Butler, Mercer 2020
18 K.C. Tomlinson Rep Bensalem Bucks 2020
19 Aerion Abney Dem Pittsburgh Allegheny 2022
20 Emily Kinkead Dem Pittsburgh Allegheny 2020
21 Lindsay Powell Dem Pittsburgh Allegheny 2023
22 Joshua Siegel Dem Allentown Lehigh 2022
23 Dan Frankel Dem Pittsburgh Allegheny 1998
24 La'Tasha Mayes Dem Pittsburgh Allegheny 2022
25 Brandon Markosek Dem Monroeville Allegheny 2018
26 Paul Friel Dem East Vincent Township Chester 2022
27 Daniel Deasy Dem Pittsburgh Allegheny 2008
28 Robert Mercuri Rep Wexford Allegheny 2020
29 Tim Brennan Dem Doylestown Bucks 2022
30 Arvind Venkat Dem McCandless Allegheny 2022
31 Perry Warren Dem Newtown Bucks 2016
32 Joe McAndrew Dem Penn Hills Allegheny 2023[7]
33 Mandy Steele Dem Fox Chapel Allegheny 2022
34 Abigail Salisbury Dem Swissvale Allegheny 2023[7]
35 Matt Gergely Dem McKeesport Allegheny 2023[7]
36 Jessica Benham Dem Pittsburgh Allegheny 2020
37 Mindy Fee Rep Manheim Lancaster 2012
38 Nick Pisciottano Dem West Mifflin Allegheny 2020
39 Andrew Kuzma Rep Elizabeth Township Allegheny, Washington 2022
40 Natalie Mihalek Rep Upper St. Clair Allegheny, Washington 2018
41 Brett Miller Rep East Hempfield Township Lancaster 2014
42 Dan Miller Dem Mount Lebanon Allegheny 2013
43 Keith Greiner Rep West Lampeter Township Lancaster 2012
44 Valerie Gaydos Rep Moon Township Allegheny 2018
45 Anita Astorino Kulik Dem Kennedy Township Allegheny 2016
46 Jason Ortitay Rep South Fayette Township Allegheny, Washington 2014
47 Joseph D'Orsie Rep Mount Wolf York 2022
48 Tim O'Neal Rep South Strabane Washington 2018
49 Ismail Smith-Wade-El Dem Lancaster Lancaster 2022
50 Bud Cook Rep Jefferson Greene, Washington 2016
51 Charity Grimm Krupa Rep Smithfield Fayette 2022
52 Ryan Warner Rep Perryopolis Fayette 2014
53 Steve Malagari Dem Lansdale Montgomery 2018
54 Greg Scott Dem Norristown Montgomery 2022
55 Jill N. Cooper Rep Murrysville Westmoreland 2022
56 George Dunbar Rep Penn Township Westmoreland 2010
57 Eric Nelson Rep Hempfield Township Westmoreland 2016
58 Eric Davanzo Rep Smithton Westmoreland 2020
59 Leslie Rossi Rep Unity Township Westmoreland 2021
60 Abby Major Rep Leechburg Armstrong, Westmoreland 2021
61 Liz Hanbidge Dem Lower Gwynedd Township Montgomery 2018
62 James Struzzi Rep Indiana Indiana 2018
63 Donna Oberlander Rep Clarion Armstrong, Clarion 2008
64 Lee James Rep Oil City Crawford, Venango 2012
65 Kathy Rapp Rep Warren Crawford, Forest, Warren 2004
66 Brian Smith Rep Punxsutawney Indiana, Jefferson 2020
67 Martin Causer Rep Port Allegany Cameron, McKean, Potter 2002
68 Clint Owlett Rep Liberty Bradford, Tioga 2018
69 Carl Walker Metzgar Rep Berlin Somerset 2008
70 Matthew Bradford Dem Worcester Township Montgomery 2008
71 James Rigby Rep Johnstown Cambria, Somerset 2018
72 Frank Burns Dem East Taylor Township Cambria 2008
73 Dallas Kephart Rep Decatur Township Cambria, Clearfield 2022
74 Dan K. Williams Dem Sadsbury Township Chester 2018
75 Michael Armanini Rep Sandy Township Clearfield, Elk 2020
76 Stephanie Borowicz Rep Lock Haven Clinton, Union 2018
77 Scott Conklin Dem Rush Township Centre 2006
78 Jesse Topper Rep Bedford Bedford, Fulton, Fulton 2014
79 Louis Schmitt Jr. Rep Altoona Blair 2018
80 James V. Gregory Rep Hollidaysburg Blair, Huntingdon 2018
81 Rich Irvin Rep Warriors Mark Township Franklin, Huntingdon 2014
82 Paul Takac Dem College Township Centre 2022
83 Jamie Flick Rep South Williamsport Lycoming, Union 2022
84 Joseph D. Hamm Rep Hepburn Township Lycoming, Sullivan 2020
85 David Rowe Rep East Buffalo Township Juniata, Mifflin, Snyder, Union 2019
86 Perry A. Stambaugh Rep Green Park Juniata, Perry 2020
87 Thomas Kutz Rep Lower Allen Township Cumberland 2022
88 Sheryl M. Delozier Rep Lower Allen Township Cumberland 2008
89 Rob Kauffman Rep Chambersburg Franklin 2004
90 Paul Schemel Rep Greencastle Franklin 2014
91 Dan Moul Rep Conewago Township Adams 2006
92 Dawn Keefer Rep Dillsburg York 2016
93 Mike Jones Rep York Township York 2018
94 Wendy Fink Rep Red Lion York 2022
95 Carol Hill-Evans Dem York York 2016
96 Mike Sturla Dem Lancaster Lancaster 1990
97 Steven Mentzer Rep Manheim Township Lancaster 2012
98 Tom Jones Rep East Donegal Township Lancaster, Lebanon 2022
99 David H. Zimmerman Rep East Earl Township Berks, Lancaster 2014
100 Bryan Cutler Rep Drumore Township Lancaster 2006
101 John A. Schlegel Rep Cornwall Lebanon 2022
102 Russ Diamond Rep Annville Lebanon 2014
103 Patty Kim Dem Harrisburg Cumberland, Dauphin 2012
104 Dave Madsen Dem Harrisburg Dauphin 2022
105 Justin C. Fleming Dem Susquehanna Township Dauphin 2022
106 Tom Mehaffie Rep Lower Swatara Township Dauphin 2016
107 Joanne Stehr Rep Hegins Northumberland, Schuylkill 2022
108 Mike Stender Rep Sunbury Montour, Northumberland 2023
109 Robert Leadbeter Rep Catawissa Columbia 2022
110 Tina Pickett Rep Towanda Bradford, Wyoming 2000
111 Jonathan Fritz Rep Honesdale Susquehanna, Wayne 2016
112 Kyle Mullins Dem Blakely Lackawanna 2018
113 Kyle Donahue Dem Scranton Lackawanna 2022
114 Bridget Malloy Kosierowski Dem Scranton Lackawanna 2019
115 Maureen Madden Dem Tobyhanna Monroe 2016
116 Dane Watro Rep McAdoo Luzerne, Schuylkill 2022
117 Mike Cabell Rep Butler Township Luzerne 2022
118 Jim Haddock Dem Pittston Township Lackawanna, Luzerne 2022
119 Alec Ryncavage Rep Plymouth Luzerne 2022
120 Aaron Kaufer Rep Kingston Luzerne 2014
121 Eddie Day Pashinski Dem Wilkes-Barre Luzerne 2006
122 Doyle Heffley Rep Lower Towamensing Township Carbon 2010
123 Timothy Twardzik Rep Butler Township Schuylkill 2020
124 Jamie Barton Rep East Brunswick Township Berks, Schuylkill 2022
125 Joseph Kerwin Rep Lykens Dauphin 2020
126 Mark Rozzi Dem Muhlenberg Township Berks 2012
127 Manny Guzman Jr. Dem Reading Berks 2020
128 Mark M. Gillen Rep Robeson Township Berks 2010
129 Johanny Cepeda-Freytiz Dem Reading Berks 2022
130 David Maloney Rep Pike Township Berks 2010
131 Milou Mackenzie Rep Lower Saucon Township Lehigh, Montgomery, Northampton 2020
132 Michael Schlossberg Dem Allentown Lehigh 2012
133 Jeanne McNeill Dem Whitehall Township Lehigh 2017
134 Peter Schweyer Dem Allentown Lehigh 2014
135 Steve Samuelson Dem Bethlehem Northampton 1998
136 Robert L. Freeman Dem Easton Northampton 1998[a]
137 Joe Emrick Rep Nazareth Northampton 2010
138 Ann Flood Rep Moore Township Northampton 2020
139 Vacant Pike, Wayne
140 Jim Prokopiak Dem Falls Township Bucks 2024
141 Tina Davis Dem Levittown Bucks 2010
142 Joe Hogan Rep Bucks 2022
143 Shelby Labs Rep Plumstead Township Bucks 2020
144 Brian Munroe Dem Warminster Bucks 2022
145 Craig Staats Rep Richland Township Bucks 2014
146 Joe Ciresi Dem Limerick Township Montgomery 2018
147 Donna Scheuren Rep Lower Salford Township Montgomery 2022
148 Mary Jo Daley Dem Narberth Montgomery 2012
149 Tim Briggs Dem Upper Merion Township Montgomery 2008
150 Joe Webster Dem Montgomery County Montgomery 2018
151 Melissa Cerrato Dem Montgomery 2022
152 Nancy Guenst Dem Hatboro Montgomery, Philadelphia 2020
153 Ben Sanchez Dem Abington Township Montgomery 2018
154 Napoleon Nelson Dem Cheltenham Township Montgomery 2020
155 Danielle Friel Otten Dem Uwchlan Township Chester 2018
156 Chris Pielli Dem West Chester Chester 2022
157 Melissa Shusterman Dem Schuylkill Township Chester 2018
158 Christina Sappey Dem West Bradford Chester 2018
159 Carol Kazeem Dem Chester Delaware 2022
160 Wendell Craig Williams Rep Concord Township Chester, Delaware 2020
161 Leanne Krueger Dem Swarthmore Delaware 2015
162 David Delloso Dem Ridley Township Delaware 2018
163 Heather Boyd Dem Upper Darby Delaware 2023
164 Gina Curry Dem Upper Darby Township Delaware 2021[b]
165 Jennifer O'Mara Dem Springfield Township Delaware 2018
166 Greg Vitali Dem Havertown Delaware 1992
167 Kristine Howard Dem East Whiteland Township Chester 2018
168 Lisa Borowski Dem Radnor Township Delaware 2022
169 Kate Klunk Rep Hanover York 2014
170 Martina White Rep Philadelphia Philadelphia 2015
171 Kerry Benninghoff Rep Bellefonte Centre, Mifflin 1996
172 Kevin J. Boyle Dem Philadelphia Philadelphia 2010
173 Pat Gallagher Dem Philadelphia Philadelphia 2022
174 Ed Neilson Dem Philadelphia Philadelphia 2015[c]
175 Mary Isaacson Dem Philadelphia Philadelphia 2018
176 Jack Rader Rep Jackson Township Monroe 2014
177 Joseph Hohenstein Dem Philadelphia Philadelphia 2018
178 Kristin Marcell Rep Bucks 2022
179 Jason Dawkins Dem Philadelphia Philadelphia 2014
180 Jose Giral Dem Philadelphia Philadelphia 2022
181 Malcolm Kenyatta Dem Philadelphia Philadelphia 2018
182 Ben Waxman Dem Philadelphia Philadelphia 2022
183 Zach Mako Rep Walnutport Lehigh, Northampton 2016
184 Elizabeth Fiedler Dem Philadelphia Philadelphia 2018
185 Regina Young Dem Philadelphia Delaware, Philadelphia 2020
186 Jordan A. Harris Dem Philadelphia Philadelphia 2012
187 Ryan Mackenzie Rep Lower Macungie Township Lehigh 2012
188 Rick Krajewski Dem Philadelphia Philadelphia 2020
189 Tarah Probst Dem Stroudsburg Monroe, Pike 2022
190 G. Roni Green Dem Philadelphia Philadelphia 2022
191 Joanna E. McClinton Dem Philadelphia Delaware, Philadelphia 2015
192 Morgan Cephas Dem Philadelphia Philadelphia 2016
193 Torren Ecker Rep Hamilton Township Adams, Cumberland 2018
194 Tarik Khan Dem Philadelphia Philadelphia 2022
195 Donna Bullock Dem Philadelphia Philadelphia 2015
196 Seth Grove Rep Dover Township York 2008
197 Danilo Burgos Dem Philadelphia Philadelphia 2018
198 Darisha Parker Dem Philadelphia Philadelphia 2020
199 Barbara Gleim Rep Middlesex Township Cumberland 2018
200 Chris Rabb Dem Philadelphia Philadelphia 2016
201 Stephen Kinsey Dem Philadelphia Philadelphia 2012
202 Jared Solomon Dem Philadelphia Philadelphia 2016
203 Anthony A. Bellmon Dem Philadelphia Philadelphia 2022

Past composition of the House of Representatives edit

Committees edit

As of May 1, 2023:[19]

Committee name Majority Chair[20] Minority Chair[21]
Subcommittee name
Aging & Older Adult Services Patty Kim Steven Mentzer
Care and Services Darisha Parker Eric Nelson
Programs and Benefits Jessica Benham Tom Mehaffie
Agriculture & Rural Affairs Eddie Day Pashinski Dan Moul
Appropriations Jordan A. Harris Seth Grove
Health and Human Services Aerion Abney James Struzzi
Education Elizabeth Fiedler Marci Mustello
Economic Impact and Infrastructure Manny Guzman Jr. Clint Owlett
Fiscal Policy Emily Kinkead Louis Schmitt Jr.
Criminal Justice Napoleon Nelson Torren Ecker
Government and Financial Oversight Ben Sanchez John Lawrence
Children & Youth Donna Bullock Barry Jozwiak
Commerce Vacant Joe Emrick
Financial Services and Banking Malcolm Kenyatta Michael Armanini
Housing Finance Darisha Parker Dallas Kephart
Economic Development Melissa Shusterman Timothy Twardzik
Local Business Chris Rabb Marla Brown
Automation and Technology Chris Pielli Donna Scheuren
Committee On Committees Morgan Cephas Tina Pickett
Consumer Protection, Technology & Utilities[d] Robert Matzie Jim Marshall
Consumer Protection Nick Pisciottano Craig Williams
Technology Lisa Borowski K.C. Tomlinson
Utilities Steve Malagari Alec Ryncavage
Education Peter Schweyer Jesse Topper
Basic Education Joe Ciresi Barbara Gleim
Special Education Mark Rozzi Jason Ortitay
Higher Education Mary Isaacson Rob Mercuri
Career and Technical Education Maureen Madden Craig Staats
Environmental Resources & Energy Greg Vitali Martin Causer
Energy Elizabeth Fiedler Stephanie Borowicz
Parks and Forests Mary Isaacson Jason Ortitay
Mining Paul Takac Michael Armanini
Ethics Donna Bullock Kate Klunk
Finance Steve Samuelson Keith Greiner
Tax Modernization and Reform Chris Rabb Jonathan Fritz
Game & Fisheries Anita Kulik David Maloney
Gaming Oversight Pat Harkins Russ Diamond
Government Oversight Morgan Cephas Aaron Kaufer
Health Dan Frankel Kathy Rapp
Health Facilities Lisa Borowski Timothy R. Bonner
Health Care Rick Krajewski Paul Schemel
Housing and Community Development[e] Mike Sturla Rich Irvin
Human Services Stephen Kinsey Doyle Heffley
Mental Health Maureen Madden James Struzzi
Drugs and Alcohol Dan K. Williams Craig Williams
Insurance Kevin J. Boyle Tina Pickett
Judiciary Tim Briggs Rob Kauffman
Family Law Melissa Shusterman Timothy R. Bonner
Courts Joseph C. Hohenstein Paul Schemel
Crime and Corrections Emily Kinkead Jim Rigby
Labor & Industry Jason Dawkins Ryan Mackenzie
Employment and Unemployment Compensation Jennifer O'Mara Mike Jones
Workers Compensation and Worker Protection Jim Haddock Barbara Gleim
Liquor Control Dan Deasy Mindy Fee
Licensing Mary Isaacson Dawn Keefer
Marketing Danielle Friel Otten Craig Staats
Local Government Bob Freeman Lee James
Boroughs Tarah Probst Jack Rader
Counties Liz Hanbidge Andrew Kuzma
Townships Christina Sappey Parke Wentling
Policy Ryan Bizzarro Josh Kail
Professional Licensure Frank Burns Carl Walker Metzgar
Rules Matthew Bradford Bryan Cutler
State Government H. Scott Conklin Brad Roae
Campaign Finance and Elections Maureen Madden Dawn Keefer
Government Operations Malcolm Kenyatta Craig Staats
Public Pensions, Benefits and Risk Management Ben Sanchez Brett Miller
Government Information Technology and Communication Joe Webster Jamie Barton
Government Integrity and Transparency Kristine Howard Louis Schmitt Jr.
Tourism & Economic & Recreational Development Mary Jo Daley Donna Oberlander
Recreation Paul Takac Brian Smith
Arts and Entertainment Joe Ciresi Jack Rader
Travel Promotion, History and Heritage Regina Young Michael Armanini
Transportation Ed Neilson Kerry Benninghoff
Highways Anthony A. Bellmon Jason Ortitay
Public Transportation Vacant James Struzzi
Transportation Safety Kyle Mullins Eric Davanzo
Aviation Joshua Siegel Brian Smith
Railroads Gina Curry Louis Schmitt Jr.
Ports Joseph C. Hohenstein Shelby Labs
Veterans Affairs & Emergency Preparedness Jared Solomon Mark M. Gillen
Military and Veterans Facilities Joe Webster Craig Williams
Security and Emergency Response Readiness Carol Hill-Evans Jim Rigby

See also edit

Notes edit

  1. ^ Rep. Freeman previously served from 1983 to 1994.
  2. ^ Margo Davidson resigned on July 23, 2021, after being charged with theft of state funds.
  3. ^ Rep. Neilson previously served from 2012 to 2014.
  4. ^ Known as the Consumer Affairs Committee prior to 2023.
  5. ^ Known as the Urban Affairs Committee prior to 2023.

References edit

  1. ^ Article II, section 2, Pennsylvania Constitution.
  2. ^ Article II, section 16, Pennsylvania Constitution.
  3. ^ "Constitution of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania"."Article II. The Legislature"."§5. Qualifications of Members".
  4. ^ Center, Legislativate Data Processing. "Pennsylvania General Assembly". Pennsylvania General Assembly. Archived from the original on December 18, 2006. Retrieved January 15, 2007.
  5. ^ Caruso, Stephen (February 28, 2023). "PA House elects first female speaker after resignation". Spotlight PA. Retrieved February 28, 2023.
  6. ^ Lehman, Tom (January 9, 2023). "Lawmaker calls for resignation of Pennsylvania House speaker". WGAL.
  7. ^ a b c d Vigdor, Neil (February 7, 2023). "Sweep in 3 Special Elections Gives Democrats Control of Pennsylvania House". The New York Times. ISSN 0362-4331. Retrieved February 8, 2023.
  8. ^ Jones, Matt (February 15, 2023). "Schlegel-Culver to be sworn in to Senate Feb. 28". The Standard-Journal. Retrieved February 24, 2023.
  9. ^ Caruso, Stephen (March 8, 2023). "PA lawmaker accused of sexual harassment will resign". Spotlight PA. Retrieved March 8, 2023.
  10. ^ Scicchitano, Eric (May 17, 2023). "Majority position allows Pa. House Dems to pursue policy priorities". CNHI News. Retrieved May 20, 2023.
  11. ^ Ulrich, Steve (July 19, 2023). "Back To Even. Innamorato To Resign From PA House". PoliticsPA. Retrieved July 19, 2023.
  12. ^ Caruso, Stephen (September 19, 2023). "Democrats again have PA House vote advantage". Spotlight PA. Retrieved September 20, 2023.
  13. ^ Hall, Peter (December 14, 2023). "Special election set for Feb. 13 as Pa. state Rep. Galloway officially resigns". Pennsylvania Capital-Star. Retrieved December 17, 2023.
  14. ^ "Adams's resignation gives House Democrats slim majority prior to special elections". City & State PA. February 9, 2024. Retrieved February 9, 2024.
  15. ^ McGoldrick, Gillian (February 13, 2024). "Democrats hold on to control of the Pa. House in Lower Bucks special election". The Philadelphia Inquirer. Retrieved February 15, 2024.
  16. ^ Ulrich, Steve (February 28, 2023). "House Democrats Announce Leadership Team - PoliticsPA". PoliticsPA. Retrieved March 1, 2023.
  17. ^ "Leaders for the 2023-24 Session". PA House Republican Caucus. Retrieved February 8, 2023.
  18. ^ "2022 Pennsylvania House of Representatives Districts". DOS Voting & Election Information. Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. Retrieved March 26, 2023.
  19. ^ "Daily Session Update". Pennsylvania House of Representatives. May 1, 2023. Retrieved May 30, 2023.
  20. ^ Ulrich, Steve (March 8, 2023). "McClinton Announces House Committee Chairs". PoliticsPA. Retrieved March 19, 2023.
  21. ^ Ulrich, Steve (January 26, 2023). "GOP Names House Committee Chairs". PoliticsPA. Retrieved January 27, 2023.

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