Beginning on December 1, residents of Lancaster and Berks counties will see big changes in representation as a result of the state’s redistricting process.
The new district lines will be used in all forthcoming elections for the General Assembly until the next reapportionment, which means that the legislative districts covered by this office will be changing with the 2022 elections. Click here for more information.
The following municipalities in Lancaster County will remain in the 13th Senatorial District and will see no changes in representation in the Pennsylvania Senate:
- The city of Lancaster.
- The townships of Bart, Colerain, Conestoga, Drumore, East Drumore, East Lampeter, Eden, Fulton, Lancaster, Leacock, Little Britain, Manor, Martic, Paradise, Pequea, Providence, Sadsbury, Salisbury, Strasburg, Upper Leacock and West Lampeter.
- The boroughs of Christiana, Millersville, Quarryville and Strasburg.
The following municipalities in Lancaster County, previously represented by Senator Ryan Aument, will be added to the 13th Senatorial District:
- The townships of Caernarvon and East Earl.
- The borough of Terre Hill.
The following municipalities in Berks County, previously represented by Senator Judy Schwank, will be added to the 13th Senatorial District:
- The townships of Brecknock, Caernarvon and Robeson.
- The borough of New Morgan.
The following municipality, previously in the 13th District, will be represented by Senator Ryan Aument:
- Manheim Township.