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Jay Costa Member of the Pennsylvania Senate from the 43rd district Incumbent Assumed office May 13, 1996[1] Preceded by Michael Dawida Democratic Leader of the Pennsylvania Senate Incumbent Assumed office January 4, 2011 Preceded by Bob Mellow Personal details Born November 17, 1957 (1957-11-17) (age 53) Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Political party Democratic Spouse(s) Roxanne Ross Residence Homestead, Pennsylvania Alma mater Indiana University of Pennsylvania, Duquesne University Profession attorney Religion Roman Catholic Jay Costa is a Democratic member of the Pennsylvania State Senate who has represented the 43rd District since 1996. He is a member of the Costa political family in Pittsburgh. On November 17, 2010, Senate Democrats elected Costa as their new floor leader, succeeding the retiring Bob Mellow.[2] References ^ Cox, Harold (2004). "Pennsylvania Senate - 1995-1996". Wilkes University Election Statistics Project. Wilkes University.  ^ The Pittsburgh Tribune-Review External links Media related to Jay Costa at Wikimedia Commons Senator Costa official caucus website Pennsylvania State Senate - Jay Costa official PA Senate website Project Vote Smart - Senator Jay Costa (PA) profile Follow the Money - Jay Costa 2006 2004 2002 2000 campaign contributions v · d · eCurrent statewide political officials of Pennsylvania U.S. Senators Bob Casey, Jr. · Pat Toomey State government Tom Corbett, Governor · Jim Cawley, Lieutenant Governor · Linda Kelly, Attorney General · Robert McCord, Treasurer · Jack Wagner, Auditor General Senate Joe Scarnati, President Pro Tempore  · Dominic Pileggi, Majority Leader · Jay Costa, Minority Leader House Sam Smith, Speaker · Mike Turzai, Majority Leader · Frank Dermody, Minority Leader Supreme Court (elected) Ronald D. Castille Chief Justice · Thomas G. Saylor · J. Michael Eakin · Max Baer · Debra Todd · Seamus McCaffery · Joan Orie Melvin AL • AK • AZ • AR • CA • CO  • CT • DE  • FL  • GA  • HI  • ID  • IL  • IN  • IA  • KS  • KY  • LA  • ME  • MD  • MA  • MI  • MN  • MS  • MO  • MT  • NE  • NV  • NH  • NJ  • NM  • NY  • NC  • ND  • OH  • OK  • OR  • PA  • RI  • SC  • SD  • TN  • TX  • UT  • VT  • VA  • WA  • WV  • WI  • WY v · d · eMembers of the Pennsylvania State Senate President of the Senate: Jim Cawley (R) • President pro Tempore: Joseph Scarnati (R) • Majority Leader: Dominic Pileggi (R) • Minority Leader: Jay Costa (D)        Larry Farnese (D)    Tina Tartaglione (D)    Shirley Kitchen (D)    LeAnna Washington (D)    Mike Stack (D)    Tommy Tomlinson (R)    Vincent Hughes (D)    Anthony Williams (D)    Dominic Pileggi (R)    Chuck McIlhinney (R)    Judy Schwank (D)    Stewart Greenleaf (R)    Lloyd Smucker (R)    John Yudichak (D)    Jeffrey Piccola (R)    Pat Browne (R)    Daylin Leach (D)    Lisa Boscola (D)    Andy Dinniman (D)    Lisa Baker (R)    Mary Jo White (R)    John Blake (D)    Gene Yaw (R)    Bob Mensch (R)    Joseph Scarnati (R)    Ted Erickson (R)    John Gordner (R)    Mike Waugh (R)    Dave Argall (R)    John Eichelberger (R)    Pat Vance (R)    Rich Kasunic (D)    Rich Alloway (R)    Jake Corman (R)    John Wozniak (D)    Mike Brubaker (R)    John Pippy (R)    Jim Ferlo (D)    Kim Ward (R)    Jane Orie (R)    Don White (R)    Wayne Fontana (D)    Jay Costa (D)    John Rafferty (R)    Jim Brewster (D)    Tim Solobay (D)    Elder Vogel (R)    Mike Folmer (R)    Jane Earll (R)    Bob Robbins (R)    Republican (30) •    Democratic (20) • Pennsylvania General Assembly • Pennsylvania House of Representatives • Pennsylvania State Senate Persondata Name Costa, Jay Alternative names Short description Date of birth November 17, 1957 Place of birth Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Date of death Place of death This article about a member of the Pennsylvania State Senate is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e