PHL Dems

62nd Ward

Ward Leader Tina Tartaglione

  • Democrats: 12,878
  • 2019 Turnout: 16%
  • Divisions: 26
62nd Ward Leader & State Senator Christine M. Tartaglione was born September 21, 1960, in Philadelphia. She is the daughter of the late Eugene Tartaglione, and the legendary City Commission Chair Margaret Tartaglione, the first woman ever elected city-wide in Philadelphia. She answered the call to public service at an early age by serving as an assistant to Philadelphia City Councilwoman Joan Krajewski from 1986-1989. She later worked as a Senior Executive Assistant to State Treasurer Catherine Baker Knoll from 1989-1992. Her commitment to working families led to the position of Business Representative for the United Food and Commercial Workers Union Local 1776 in 1992. In 1994, Senator Tartaglione became only the fifth woman in state history to win election to the State Senate and in 2010 became the first woman elected to Senate Democratic Leadership when she was chosen Caucus Secretary. Now in her seventh term, she is Democratic Chairwoman of the Labor and Industry Committee, and serves on the Law and Justice, Aging and Youth, Banking and Insurance, Legislative Budget and Finance committees and the Senate Committee on Ethics. She also serves as chairwoman of the Philadelphia and Southeastern Pennsylvania Senate delegations.

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