PA House

  • Margo Davidson

    164th Legislative District

    Friends of Margo Davidson
    45 Scottdale Rd, Suite 2
    Lansdowne, PA 19050

    In 2010, Margo Davidson made history becoming the first African-American elected at the state level from Delaware County.  She was also the first woman ever to be elected from Delaware County at the state level. As the Democratic State Representative from District 164 for the last three years, Margo represents our local interests in Harrisburg. Margo Davidson is committed to public safety, creating jobs and improving education.

  • Greg Vitali

    166th Legislative District

    1001 E. Darby Rd
    Havertown, PA 19083
    (610) 789-3900

    The people of Pennsylvania's 166th Legislative District first elected Greg Vitali to the House of Representatives in 1992. The first Democrat to win this seat, Vitali was re-elected to his 11th term in 2012.

  • Maria Donatucci

    185th Legislative District

    1615 Porter Street
    Philadelphia, PA 19145
    (215) 468-1515

    Maria P. Donatucci was born and raised in South Philadelphia, an only child to comedian Phil Jaye and Jean Patelmo. She has called Girard Estate home for nearly her entire life. She graduated from the Philadelphia High School for Girls. She earned credits at various institutions of higher learning, including the Philadelphia College of Art, Philadelphia Community College, Pierce Junior College and Temple University.

    Maria married then state Representative Robert Donatucci in 1984 and together they raised two children, Thomas and Dierdre. During their nearly 27 years together, Maria strongly supported and assisted her husband in his community service work, serving as a pro-bono community liaison, representing Bob at many community meetings and events when legislative work kept her husband in Harrisburg, and helping in the community with various initiatives. Sadly in November of 2010, Robert passed away shortly after a successful reelection win to his 16th legislative term in office. Maria succeeded her late husband by securing the legislative seat for the 185th Legislative District with the Pennsylvania House of Representatives in a special election held on February 1, 2011, and was reelected to office for her second term in November of 2012. She will continue his legacy in serving the citizens of the 185th Legislative District.

  • Leanne Krueger-Braneky

    161st Legislative District

    PO Box 22
    Swarthmore, PA 19081

    State Representative Leanne Krueger-Braneky represents Pennsylvania’s 161st Legislative District in Delaware County. Leanne made history in 2015 as the first woman to represent the district, flipping a seat controlled by Republicans since the Tea Party wave of 2010. A progressive champion and tireless advocate for women, school kids, the environment, and working families, Leanne serves on the Childen & Youth, Environmental Resources & Energy, Labor & Industry, and Liquor Control committees in the Pennsylvania House.