HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) – Three new members of the Pennsylvania House are serving their districts after being sworn in Monday during a brief ceremony in the state Capitol.

The three Republicans all won special elections last month to fill seats vacated by members who were elected to county offices in November.

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The new members are Rep. Eric Davanzo of Westmoreland County, Rep. Tim Bonner of Mercer County and Rep. K.C. Tomlinson of Bucks County.

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The House currently has no vacancies and Republicans hold the majority, 110 to 93.

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