Republican David Rowe Wins Special Election for Pennsylvania’s 85th District

Republican David Rowe has been elected to fill a seat in 85th District of the state House of Representatives, according to unofficial results.

Voters in parts of Union and Snyder counties headed to the polls Tuesday to elect a new state representative to fill the remainder of Republican Fred Keller's term after Keller was elected to the U.S. Congress.

The unusual late-summer election pitted Democrat Jenn Rager-Kay against Republican David Rowe.

With 100% of precincts reporting, the unofficial results have Rowe with 6,489 votes to Democrat Jenn Rager-Kay's 3,874 votes.


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