Pennsylvania's November 2, 2004 General Election
-All incumbents except Allen Kukovich won-
|U.S. Senate||Incumbent Arlen Specter (R) - HUMANEUSA PAC Endorsed - Won|
|1st District||Incumbent Robert Brady (D) - NO, 56-100% Animal Extremist Voter|
|2nd District||Incumbent Chaka Fattah (D) - NO, 89% Animal Extremist Voter.|
**Incumbent Phil English (R) - NO, 50-60% Animal Extremist Voter
Incumbent Melissa Hart (R) - SAOVA ENDORSED
Incumbent John Peterson (R) - SAOVA ENDORSED
|6th District||Incumbent Jim Gerlach (R) - NO, 78% Animal Extremist Voter|
|7th District||**Incumbent Curt Weldon (R) - NO, 56+% Animal Extremist Voter|
|8th District Open Seat||Mike Fitzpatrick (R) - Won|
Incumbent Bill Shuster (R) - SAOVA ENDORSED
Incumbent Don Sherwood (R) - SAOVA ENDORSED
Incumbent Paul Kanjorski (D) - SAOVA ENDORSED
Incumbent John Murtha (D) - SAOVA ENDORSED
|13th District Open Seat||Melissa Brown (R) - SAOVA ENDORSED Lost
Allyson Schwartz (D) - NO! HUMANEUSA PAC Endorsed - Won
|14th District||**Incumbent Mike Doyle (D) - NO! 100% Animal Extremist Voter|
|15th District Open Seat||Charlie Dent (R) - Won|
Incumbent Joe Pitts (R) - SAOVA ENDORSED
Incumbent Tim Holden (D) - SAOVA ENDORSED
Incumbent Tim Murphy (R) - SAOVA ENDORSED
|19th District||**Incumbent Todd Platts (R) - NO, 67% Animal Extremist Voter|
HumaneUSA PAC funded and/or endorsed state legislators. Updated October 22, 2004.
Harrisburg House politicians shown in bold are repeat (2002-2004) animal rightist endorsements.
Heartiest praise for Rep. Teresa Forcier (R-Crawford County), Vice Chairman of the Game and Fisheries Committee, who incurred the HumaneUSA PAC's condemnation for her pro-active support of
sportsmen and animal owners.
U.S. House members voting against hunters and state game departments are shown in italics.
** Denotes professed sportsmen supporters.