Residents in the 134th Legislative District will remain represented by Ryan Mackenzie in Harrisburg.
Mackenzie defeated John Reynard, his Democratic opponent, in the general election.
Unofficial tallies show Mackenzie outdistanced Reynard with at least 60 percent of the vote in Lehigh and Berks counties.
Mackenzie was first elected April 24, to replace Doug Reichley after he resigned to take a seat as a Lehigh County Court of Common Pleas judge.
Several elements came together to give Charlie Dent an easy path to re-election as the U.S. Representative from the 15th Congressional District of Pennsylvania.
The popular Republican had the advantage of incumbency heading into the election.
First elected in 2004, Dent has held onto his seat in Congress with wide margins in recent years.
This year, all Lehigh County residents will vote for the United States Representative from the 15th Congressional District.
Charlie Dent, a Republican, will face Rick Daugherty, a Democrat, in the Nov. 6 contest.
Dent was unopposed in his primary, while Daugherty defeated Jackson Eaton 59 percent to 41 percent.
Dent has progressed through both chambers of the Pennsylvania General Assembly to the United States House of Representatives.
First elected in 2004, Dent has held on to his seat in congress with wide margins in recent years.