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Sean F. Logan



Session Office Position District Party
2001 45 Democrat
2002 45 Democrat
2003 45 Democrat
2004 45 Democrat
2005 45 Democrat
2006 45 Democrat
2007 45 Democrat
2008 45 Democrat
2009 45 Democrat
2010 45 Democrat
 Counties   Allegheny, Westmoreland


05/26/1970 -

Sean F. Logan, (D45) Allegheny (part) and Westmoreland (part)

Early Life:           

Sean F. Logan, (D45) born May 26, 1970, Pitcairn, Pennsylvania, son of David and Betty Logan; Gateway Senior High School, 1988; University of Pittsburgh (B.A.), political science, 1993. Married Shannon; two children

Early Career:

Director, Consumer Protection, Office of Allegheny County district attorney; former mayor: Monroeville; University of Pittsburgh Medical Center (UPMC) vice president of community relations September 1, 2010.

Professional titles; business ownership; board memberships; local government; club memberships:

Member: Monroeville Area Chamber of Commerce, Pennsylvania State Mayors’ Association, Allegheny County Boroughs’ Association, Pennsylvania State Lodge Fraternal Order of Police, Order of Italian Sons & Daughters of American Lodge #224; board member: Allegheny County/City of Pittsburgh[SG1]  Sports & Exhibitions Authority, Lisa’s House; honorary member: Monongahela & Youghiogheny Fire Defense Council; honorary co-chair: Pennsylvania Fire & Emergency Service Institution; v. chairman: PHEAA

Award name(s) –year(s).

Pittsburgh Magazine “40 Under 40” Award -1999  

Pennsylvania Politics:  

Elected, Democrat, Pennsylvania Senate January 2, 2001 – August 24, 2010; Democratic Caucus Secretary; minority chairman; Law and Justice Committee; member: Appropriations Committee. Resigns August 24, 2010.

Names of any service after Senate –year(s).

Appointed to four-year term on the Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission Governor Tom Corbett, June 2013; Chairman 2015; resigns 2017. Commissioner, Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board: appointed, two-year term by Pennsylvania Senate Democratic Leader Jay Costa, February 2017, reappointed January 2019 and January 2021.


Bogden, S. (Ed.). (2005). The Pennsylvania manual, 117. Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, p. 3-19.