Voter Registration Numbers by Senatorial District

PA State Senate District Map

Let’s take a look at voter registration numbers for each of the 25 state senatorial districts in the Commonwealth that are up for grabs in 2022.

These numbers were taken from the Department of State website.

The most interesting races could take place in three Senatorial Districts – the 6th, 24th and 44th – with differences in voter registration ranging from 0.3 to 4.6 percent.

Republicans currently hold a 28-21 advantage in seats over Democrats in the chamber with one belonging to an independent.

 

State Totals

Total Registered Voters: 8,749,774

  • Democrats: 3,999,081 (45.7%)
  • Republicans: 3,458,688 (39.5%)
  • Others: 1,292,005 (14.8%)

 

District 2: Christine Tartaglione* (D)

Total Registered Voters: 140,219

  • Democrats: 101,225 (72.2%)
  • Republicans: 18,438 (13.1%)
  • Other: 20,556 (14.7%)

 

District 4: Art Haywood* (D) vs. Todd Johnson (R)

Total Registered Voters: 197,871

  • Democrats: 151,975 (76.8%)
  • Republicans: 24,808 (12.5%)
  • Others: 21,088 (10.7%)

 

District 6: Frank Farry (R) vs. Ann Mitchell (D), Brandon Bentrim (L)

Total Registered Voters: 194,660

  • Republicans: 83,361 (42.8%)
  • Democrats: 81,474 (41.9%)
  • Others: 20,203 (15.3%)

 

District 8: Anthony Williams* (D) vs. John Hayes II (R)

Total Registered Voters: 178,043

  • Democrats: 138,101 (77.6%)
  • Republicans: 19,421 (10.9%)
  • Others: 20,521 (11.5%)

 

District 10: Steve Santarsiero* (D) vs. Matthew McCullough (R)

Total Registered Voters: 203,620

  • Democrats: 93,904 (46.1%)
  • Republicans: 73,199 (35.9%)
  • Others: 36,517 (18.0%)

 

District 12: Maria Collett* (D) vs. Robert Davies (R)

Total Registered Voters: 187,500

  • Democrats: 86,787 (46.3%)
  • Republicans: 70,611 (37.7%)
  • Others: 30,102 (16.0%)

 

District 14: Dean Browning (R) vs. Nicholas Miller (D)

Total Registered Voters: 162,536

  • Democrats: 80,209 (49.3%)
  • Republicans: 52,310 (32.2%)
  • Others: 30,017 (18.5%)

 

District 16: Jarrett Coleman (R) vs. Mark Pinsley (D)

Total Registered Voters: 187,935

  • Republicans: 86,703 (46.1%)
  • Democrats: 68,929 (36.7%)
  • Others: 32,303 (17.2%)

 

District 18: Lisa Boscola* (D) vs. John Merhottein Jr. (R)

Total Registered Voters: 184,538

  • Democrats: 86,314 (46.8%)
  • Republicans: 61,541 (33.3%)
  • Others: 36,683 (19.9%)

 

District 20: Lisa Baker* (R) vs. Jaclyn Baker (D)

Total Registered Voters: 187,712

  • Republicans: 92,052 (49.0%)
  • Democrats: 67,063 (35.7%)
  • Others: 28,057 (15.3%)

 

District 22: Marty Flynn* (D) vs. Thomas Bassett (R)

Total Registered Voters: 159,916

  • Democrats: 90,619 (56.7%)
  • Republicans: 49,268 (30.8%)
  • Others: 19,309 (12.5%)

 

District 24: Tracy Pennycuick (R) vs. Jill Dennin (D)

Total Registered Voters: 180,215

  • Republicans: 79,391 (44.1%)
  • Democrats: 71,123 (39.5%)
  • Others: 29,701 (16.4%)

 

District 26: Tim Kearney* (D) vs. Frank Agovino (R)

Total Registered Voters: 179,293

  • Democrats: 87,313 (48.7%)
  • Republicans: 68,747 (38.3%)
  • Others: 23,233 (13.0%)

 

District 28: Kristin Phillips-Hill* (R) vs. Judith Higgins (D)

Total Registered Voters: 180,184

  • Republicans: 98,796 (54.8%)
  • Democrats: 52,341 (29.0%)
  • Others: 29,047 (16.2%)

 

District 30: Judy Ward* (R) vs. Carol Taylor (D)

Total Registered Voters: 155,310

  • Republicans: 99,184 (63.9%)
  • Democrats: 38,161 (24.6%)
  • Others: 17,785 (11.5%)

 

District 32: Pat Stefano* (R)

Total Registered Voters: 162,988

  • Republicans: 91,436 (56.1%)
  • Democrats: 55,345 (34.0%)
  • Others: 16,207 (9.9%)

 

District 34: Greg Rothman (R) vs. James Massey (D)

Total Registered Voters: 184,739

  • Republicans: 99,573 (53.9%)
  • Democrats: 56,407 (30.5%)
  • Others: 28,759 (15.6%)

 

District 36: Ryan Aument* (R)

Total Registered Voters: 179,729

  • Republicans: 95,647 (53.2%)
  • Democrats: 55,141 (30.7%)
  • Others: 28,941 (16.1%)

 

District 38: Lindsey Williams* (D) vs. Lori Mizgorski (R)

Total Registered Voters: 189,634

  • Democrats: 95,553 (50.4%)
  • Republicans: 66,636 (35.1%)
  • Others: 27,445  (14.5%)

 

District 40: Rosemary Brown (R) vs. Jennifer Shukaitis (D), Joel Getz III (L)

Total Registered Voters: 173,518

  • Democrats: 78,458 (45.2%)
  • Republicans: 65,028 (37.5%)
  • Others: 30,032 (17.3%)

 

District 42: Wayne Fontana* (D)

Total Registered Voters: 182,872

  • Democrats: 113,968 (60.7%)
  • Republicans: 40,872 (21.8%)
  • Others: 28,032 (17.5%)

 

District 44: Katie Muth* (D) vs. Jessica Florio (R)

Total Registered Voters: 184,103

  • Republicans: 75,606 (41.1%)
  • Democrats: 75,091 (40.8%)
  • Others: 33,406 (17.1%)

 

District 46: Camera Bartoletta* (R)

Total Registered Voters: 168,644

  • Republicans: 79,776 (47.3%)
  • Democrats: 68,572 (40.7%)
  • Others: 20,296 (12.0%)

 

District 48: Chris Gebhard* (R) vs. Calvin Clements (D)

Total Registered Voters: 170,519

  • Republicans: 95,070 (55.8%)
  • Democrats: 49,712 (29.2%)
  • Others: 25,737 (15.0%)

 

District 50: Michele Brooks* (R) vs. Rianna Czech (D)

Total Registered Voters: 170,119

  • Republicans: 87,483 (51.4%)
  • Democrats: 61,170 (36.0%)
  • Others: 21,466  (12.6%)

One Response

  1. Votes not registrations are what win elections. At least until GOP runs election by MAGA rules, which claim any election they lose is rigged.

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