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November 08, 2016

Martina White wins re-election in Pennsylvania House

All 203 seats in the House of Representatives were up for grabs, including seven open seats in Southeastern Pennsylvania. About half of the Senate — 26 seats — was up for re-election, with 20 running unopposed. 

There was only one open seat in Southeastern Pennsylvania — the Third District, where Democrat Shirley Kitchen is retiring. But Sharif Street, the son of former Philadelphia Mayor John Street, ran unopposed. 

Here are the unofficial tallies from the Associated Press for the contested races in the State House and State Senate in Philadelphia.


5th Senatorial District

John Sabatina (D): 67 percent, 99 percent reporting

Ross Feinberg (R): 33 percent


152nd Legislative District

Albert Dermovsesian (D): 36 percent

Thomas Murt (R): 64 percent, uncalled with 100 percent reporting

170th Legislative District

Matthew Darragh (D): 46 percent

Martina White (R): 54 percent, 95 percent reporting

172nd Legislative District

Kevin Boyle (D): 62 percent, 100 percent reporting

James Pio (R): 38 percent

177th Legislative District

Joseph Hohenstein (D): 45 percent

John Taylor (R): 55 percent, 99 percent reporting

194th Legislative District

Pamela Delissio (D): 71 percent, 100 percent reporting

William Pounds (R): 29 percent

200th Legislative District

Christopher Rabb (D): 95 percent, 99 percent reporting

Latryse McDowell (R): 5 percent


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