See who will serve your area once redistricting takes effect
Venango and Crawford County's had a fairly high voter turnout. Not everyone voted and therefore not everyone knows who will be representing them when this past year's redistricting take full effect starting in January. Below is a breakdown of who will represent you.
U.S. Representative Mike Kelly (R) 16th District, won he reelection bid Tuesday with almost 60 percent of the vote over challenger Dan Pastore (D). Kelly's district will now cover a part of Venango County, including the City of Franklin, Barkeyville, Cooperstown, Polk, Sugarcreek and Utica boroughs, Canal, Frenchcreek, Irwin, Jackson, Mineral and Sandycreek townships and a portion of Victory Township. It also includes all of Butler, Crawford, Erie, Lawrence and Mercer counties.
There are an estimated 764,865 residents in this district. Click here for website.
Glenn Thompson (R) U.S. Representative District 15 easily defeated Mike Molesevich (D) who only generated 29.9 percent of the vote. Thompson's district will now include only a portion of Venango County encompassing the City of Oil City, Clintonville, Emlenton, Pleasantville and Rouseville boroughs, and Allegheny, Cherrytree, Clinton, Cornplanter, Cranberry, Oakland, Oil Creek, Pinegrove, Plum, President, Richland, Rockland, Scrubgrass townships, and a portion of Victory Township. The district includes a portion of Indiana and Lycoming counties and all of Armstrong, Cameron, Centre, Clarion, Clearfield, Clinton, Elk, Forest, Jefferson, McKean, Potter, Snyder, Tioga, Union and Warren counties.
The area includes approximately 764,864 residents. Click here for website.
Scott Hutchinson (R) PA Senate District 21 was not up for election this year. His district will include all of Venango, Forest and Warren counties plus portions of Butler, Clarion and Erie counties.
This district has an estimated 258,167 residents, Hutchinson is up for reelection in 2024. Click here for website.
Michele Brooks (R) PA Senate District 50 was reelected over challenger Rianna Czech (D). Her district includes all of Crawford and Mercer counties and a portion of Lawrence County.
The district has a population of approximately 263,540 residents. Click here for website.
R. Lee James (R) PA Representative District 64 ran unopposed. His district will now cover all of Venango County plus the City of Titusville, Hydetown and Townville boroughs, and Oil Creek, Rome, Steuben and Troy townships in Crawford County.
The district has an estimated population of 62,365. Click here for website.
Brad Roae (R) PA Representative District 6 defeated challenger Nerissa Galt (D). His district includes portions of Crawford and Erie counties. In Crawford County, the district covers the City of Meadville, Cochranton, Conneaut Lake, Conneautville, Linesville and Springboro boroughs, and Beaver, Conneaut, East Fairfield, East Fallowfield, East Mead, Fairfield, Greenwood, Hayfield, North Shenango, Pine, Randolph, Sadsbury, South Shenango, Spring, Summerhill, Summit, Union, Vernon, Wayne, West Fallowfield, West Mead and West Shenango townships. The portion of Erie County included is Albion and Cranesville boroughs and Conneaut, Elk Creek and Springfield townships.
The district has approximately 64,059 residents. Click here for website.
Kathy Rapp (R) PA Representative District 65 was unopposed Tuesday. Her district covers Athens, Bloomfield, Cambridge, Cussewago, Richmond, Rockdale, Sparta, Venango and Woodcock townships, Blooming Valley, Cambridge Springs, Centerville, Saegertown, Spartansburg, Venango and Woodcock Borough in Crawford County, as well as all of Warren and Forest counties.
This district has an approximate population of 61,937 residents. Click here for website.