Longtime state Rep. Tony DeLuca will serve two more years in office.
On Tuesday, DeLuca, a Democrat from Penn Hills who has been representing the 32nd Legislative District for 29 years, beat Republican Lawrence Paladin of Penn Hills by a landslide.
With 61 out of 61 precincts reporting, DeLuca received 21,437 votes—74.8 percent—to Paladin's 7,171 votes—25 percent. These results are unofficial and will become official upon certification by the Allegheny County Board of Elections.
The district covers Plum and Verona boroughs.