Schwank it is in Pennsylvania’s 11th

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Judy Schwank (D-11) *results not official

For the first time in nearly 40 years, voters in eastern Pennsylvania will have a new face and voice representing them.

Judy Schwank, a former Berks County Commissioner, will take over a vacant Senate seat, following the death of Michael O’Pake.

Schwank a Democrat beat back Republican challengers Larry Medaglia in a special election on Tuesday. Schwank won the 11th Senate District by 5,330 votes, although those results are still unofficial.

O’Pake was the longest-serving member of the Legislature and the Senate minority whip when he died in late December of complications from heart-bypass surgery.

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