Beginning on December 1, current residents of the 34th Senatorial District will see big changes in representation as a result of the state’s redistricting process.
The new district lines will be used in all forthcoming elections for the General Assembly until the next reapportionment, which means that the legislative districts covered by this office will be changing with the 2022 elections. Click here for more information.
Our current district will be divided into three existing districts presently represented by my colleagues Senator Judy Ward, Senator Wayne Langerholc, Jr. and Senator Cris Dush. I have included their contact information below so community residents will know who to contact with any questions or concerns pertaining to state government.
Residents of Huntingdon, Mifflin and Juniata counties will be included in the 30th Senatorial District, currently represented by Senator Judy Ward.
Residents of Centre County who live in the following townships and boroughs will be represented by Senator Wayne Langerholc, Jr. in the 35th Senatorial District: Ferguson, Halfmoon, Huston, Patton, Rush, Taylor and Worth townships, and the boroughs of Philipsburg and Port Matilda.
Residents of Centre County who live in the following townships and boroughs will be represented by Senator Cris Dush in the 25th Senatorial District: Benner, Boggs, Burnside, College, Curtin, Gregg, Haines, Harris, Howard, Liberty, Marion, Miles, Penn, Potter, Snow Shoe, Spring, Union and Walker townships, and the boroughs of Bellefonte, Centre Hall, Howard, Milesburg, Millheim, Snow Shoe, State College and Unionville.