Senators Sworn in for New Legislative Session


Harrisburg – Five new Republican state senators, as well as 11 re-elected Republican members, were sworn into office today during ceremonies at the State Capitol.  There

Senator Joe Scarnati (R-25) was nominated to again serve as President Pro Tempore of the State Senate for the 2017-2018 legislative session.  Voters gave Senate Republicans a 34-16 majority in the fall election.  There are a total of 50 Senate Districts in Pennsylvania, each composed of approximately 250,000 residents.

The new Republican members are:

Senator John DiSanto, 15th District (Dauphin and Perry counties)
Senator Wayne Langerholc, 35th District (Bedford, Cambria, and part of Clearfield counties)
Senator Daniel Laughlin, 49th District (Erie County).
Senator Scott Martin, 13th District (Lancaster County)
Senator Mike Regan, 31st District (Cumberland and York counties)

Other Senate Republicans re-elected in November include:

Senator Rich Alloway (R-33)
Senator Dave Argall (R-29)
Senator John Gordner (R-27)
Senator Scott Hutchinson (R-21)
Senator Tom Killion (R-9)
Senator Guy Reschenthaler (R-37)
Senator Joe Scarnati (R-25)
Senator Elder Vogel Jr. (R-47)
Senator Kim Ward (R-39)
Senator Don White (R-41)
Senator Gene Yaw (R-23)

CONTACT: Jennifer Kocher – Senator Corman (717) 787-1377