Pennsylvania Senate, District 25

Pennsylvania State Senate District 25 includes all of Cameron County, Clinton County, Elk County, Jefferson County, McKean County, Potter County and Tioga County and part of Clearfield County. More specifically, it includes the following areas:[1]

All of Cameron County

Clearfield County (part):

All of Clinton County

All of Elk County

All of Jefferson County

All of McKean County

All of Potter County

All of Tioga County

SenatorsEdit

Representative Party Years District home Note Counties
James S. Berger Republican 1945–1964     McKean, Potter, Tioga[2]
1965–1966 Cameron, Clinton, McKean, Potter, Warren[2]
1967–1968 Elk, Forest, McKean, Venango, Warren[2]
Richard C. Frame Republican 1969–1972   Redistricted from the 48th district. Died February 24, 1977.[3] Elk, Forest, McKean, Warren, Venango[4]
1973–1977 Elk, Forest, McKean, Potter, Venango, Warren, Crawford (part)[4]
Robert J. Kusse Republican 1977–1982   Seated June 7, 1977.[5] Elk, Forest, McKean, Potter, Venango, Warren, Crawford (part)[6]
1983–1984 Elk, Forest, McKean, Potter, Tioga, Clarion (part), Erie (part), Venango (part)[6]
John E. Peterson Republican 1985–1996     Elk, Forest, McKean, Potter, Tioga, Clarion (part), Erie (part), Venango (part)[7]
1993–1996 Cameron, Elk, Forest, McKean, Potter, Warren, Clearfield (part), Erie (part), Jefferson (part), Venango (part)[7]
Bill Slocum Republican 1997 – 2000 Resigned June 1, 2000.[8] Cameron, Elk, Forest, McKean, Potter, Warren, Clearfield (part), Erie (part), Jefferson (part), Venango (part)[9]
Joseph B. Scarnati Republican 2001–2004 Borough of Brockway[10]   Cameron, Elk, Forest, McKean, Potter, Warren, Clearfield (part), Erie (part), Jefferson (part), Venango (part)[9]
2005–2014 Cameron, Elk, Jefferson, McKean, Potter, Tioga, Clearfield (part), Warren (part)[11]
2015–present Cameron, Clinton, Elk, Jefferson, McKean, Potter, Tioga, Clearfield (part)[12]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Composite Listing of State Senate Districts" (PDF). Pennsylvania Department of State. Retrieved 2015-02-19.
  2. ^ a b c Cox, Harold (2004). "Senate Members 'B'". Pennsylvania Election Statistics: 1682–2004. Wilkes University Election Statistics Project. Retrieved February 19, 2020.
  3. ^ Cox, Harold (2004). "Pennsylvania Senate - 1977-1978" (PDF). Wilkes University Election Statistics Project. Wilkes University.
  4. ^ a b Cox, Harold (2004). "Senate Members 'F'". Pennsylvania Election Statistics: 1682–2004. Wilkes University Election Statistics Project. Retrieved February 19, 2020.
  5. ^ Cox, Harold (2004). "Pennsylvania Senate - 1977-1978" (PDF). Wilkes University Election Statistics Project. Wilkes University.
  6. ^ a b Cox, Harold (2004). "Senate Members 'K'". Pennsylvania Election Statistics: 1682–2004. Wilkes University Election Statistics Project. Retrieved February 19, 2020.
  7. ^ a b Cox, Harold (2004). "Senate Members 'P'". Pennsylvania Election Statistics: 1682–2004. Wilkes University Election Statistics Project. Retrieved February 19, 2020.
  8. ^ Cox, Harold (2004). "Pennsylvania Senate - 1999-2000" (PDF). Wilkes University Election Statistics Project. Wilkes University.
  9. ^ a b Cox, Harold (2004). "Senate Members 'S'". Pennsylvania Election Statistics: 1682–2004. Wilkes University Election Statistics Project. Retrieved February 19, 2020.
  10. ^ "Scarnati sworn-in as PA Senate President Pro Tempore". The Progress. Clearfield, Pennsylvania. January 7, 2020. Retrieved February 19, 2020.
  11. ^ "Senate Districts 2001" (PDF). Pennsylvania Redistricting. Retrieved February 19, 2020.
  12. ^ "Pennsylvania Senate Districts 2012" (PDF). Pennsylvania Redistricting. Retrieved February 19, 2020.