Pennsylvania  Presidential Election Result By County by state by district by party list of counties Population area code Result History Seat Density FIPS Code Voter statistics

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The following is a list of the sixty-seven counties of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania in the United States of America. The city of Philadelphia is coterminous with Philadelphia County, and governmental functions have been consolidated since 1854. Eight of the ten most populous counties are in the southeastern portion of the state, including four out of the top five as well.

County FIPS County Code County seat Established Origin Population Area
Adams County 1 Gettysburg 1800 Parts of York County. 1,01,407 522 sq mi
Allegheny County 3 Pittsburgh 1788 Parts of Washington and Westmoreland Counties. 12,23,348 745 sq mi
Armstrong County 5 Kittanning 1800 Parts of Allegheny, Lycoming, and Westmoreland Counties. 68,941 664 sq mi
Beaver County 7 Beaver 1800 Parts of Allegheny and Washington Counties. 1,70,539 444 sq mi
Bedford County 9 Bedford 1771 Parts of Cumberland County. 49,762 1,015 sq mi
Berks County 11 Reading 1752 Parts of Chester, Lancaster and Philadelphia Counties. 4,11,442 866 sq mi
Blair County 13 Hollidaysburg 1846 Parts of Huntingdon and Bedford Counties. 1,27,089 527 sq mi
Bradford County 15 Towanda 1810 Parts of Luzerne and Lycoming Counties; originally called Ontario County, renamed as Bradford County in 1812. 62,622 1,161 sq mi
Bucks County 17 Doylestown 1682 One of the original counties at the formation of Pennsylvania 6,25,249 622 sq mi
Butler County 19 Butler 1800 Parts of Allegheny County. 1,83,862 795 sq mi
Cambria County 21 Ebensburg 1804 Parts of Somerset and Huntingdon Counties. 1,43,679 693 sq mi
Cameron County 23 Emporium 1860 Parts of Clinton, Elk, McKean, and Potter Counties. 5,085 399 sq mi
Carbon County 25 Jim Thorpe 1843 Parts of Monroe and Northampton Counties. 65,249 387 sq mi
Centre County 27 Bellefonte 1800 Parts of Lycoming, Mifflin, Northumberland, and Huntingdon Counties. 1,53,990 1,112 sq mi
Chester County 29 West Chester 1682 One of the original counties at the formation of Pennsylvania. 4,98,886 760 sq mi
Clarion County 31 Clarion 1839 Parts of Venango and Armstrong Counties. 39,988 609 sq mi
Clearfield County 33 Clearfield 1804 Parts of Lycoming and Huntingdon Counties; Clearfield functioned as a part of Centre County for judiciary purposes until 1822. 81,642 1,154 sq mi
Clinton County 35 Lock Haven 1839 Parts of Lycoming and Centre Counties. 39,238 898 sq mi
Columbia County 37 Bloomsburg 1813 Parts of Northumberland and Luzerne Counties. 67,295 490 sq mi
Crawford County 39 Meadville 1800 Parts of Allegheny County. 88,765 1,038 sq mi
Cumberland County 41 Carlisle 1750 Parts of Lancaster County. 2,35,406 551 sq mi
Dauphin County 43 Harrisburg 1785 Parts of Lancaster County. 2,68,100 558 sq mi
Delaware County 45 Media 1789 Parts of Chester County. 5,58,979 191 sq mi
Elk County 47 Ridgway 1843 Parts of Jefferson, McKean, and Clearfield Counties. 31,946 832 sq mi
Erie County 49 Erie 1800 Parts of Allegheny County; attached to Crawford County until 1803. 2,80,566 799 sq mi
Fayette County 51 Uniontown 1783 Parts of Westmoreland County. 1,36,606 798 sq mi
Forest County 53 Tionesta 1848 Parts of Jefferson County; attached to Jefferson County until 1857. 7,716 431 sq mi
Franklin County 55 Chambersburg 1784 Parts of Cumberland County. 1,49,618 771 sq mi
Fulton County 57 McConnellsburg 1850 Parts of Bedford County. 14,845 438 sq mi
Greene County 59 Waynesburg 1796 Parts of Washington County. 38,686 578 sq mi
Huntingdon County 61 Huntingdon 1787 Parts of Bedford County. 45,913 889 sq mi
Indiana County 63 Indiana 1803 Parts of Lycoming and Westmoreland Counties; it was attached to Westmoreland County until 1806. 88,880 834 sq mi
Jefferson County 65 Brookville 1804 Parts of Lycoming County. Attached to Westmoreland County until 1806 and to Indiana County until 1830. 45,200 657 sq mi
Juniata County 67 Mifflintown 1831 Parts of Mifflin County. 24,636 394 sq mi
Lackawanna County 69 Scranton 1878 Parts of Luzerne County. 2,14,437 465 sq mi
Lancaster County 71 Lancaster 1729 Parts of Chester County. 5,19,445 984 sq mi
Lawrence County 73 New Castle 1849 Parts of Beaver and Mercer Counties. 91,108 363 sq mi
Lebanon County 75 Lebanon 1813 Parts of Dauphin and Lancaster Counties. 1,33,568 363 sq mi
Lehigh County 77 Allentown 1812 Parts of Northampton County. 3,49,497 349 sq mi
Luzerne County 79 Wilkes-Barre 1786 Parts of Northumberland County. 3,20,918 907 sq mi
Lycoming County 81 Williamsport 1795 Parts of Northumberland County. 1,16,111 1,244 sq mi
McKean County 83 Smethport 1804 Parts of Lycoming County; Attached to Centre County until 1814 and to Lycoming County until 1826 for judicial and elective purposes. McKean was fully organized only in 1826. 43,450 984 sq mi
Mercer County 85 Mercer 1800 Parts of Allegheny County. 1,16,638 683 sq mi
Mifflin County 87 Lewistown 1789 Parts of Cumberland and Northumberland Counties. 46,682 415 sq mi
Monroe County 89 Stroudsburg 1836 Parts of Pike and Northampton Counties. 1,69,842 617 sq mi
Montgomery County 91 Norristown 1784 Parts of Philadelphia County. 7,99,874 487 sq mi
Montour County 93 Danville 1850 Parts of Columbia County. 18,267 132 sq mi
Northampton County 95 Easton 1752 Parts of Bucks County. 2,97,735 377 sq mi
Northumberland County 97 Sunbury 1772 Parts of Lancaster, Berks, Bedford, Cumberland, and Northampton Counties. 94,528 477 sq mi
Perry County 99 New Bloomfield 1820 Parts of Cumberland County. 45,969 556 sq mi
Philadelphia County 101 Philadelphia 1682 One of the original counties at the formation of Pennsylvania. 15,26,006 143 sq mi
Pike County 103 Milford 1814 Parts of Wayne County. 57,369 567 sq mi
Potter County 105 Coudersport 1804 From Lycoming county. Attached to Lycoming County until 1826 and to McKean County until 1835 for judicial purposes, Potter was not fully organized until 1835. 17,457 1,081 sq mi
Schuylkill County 107 Pottsville 1811 Parts of Berks and Northampton Counties. 1,48,289 778 sq mi
Snyder County 109 Middleburg 1855 Parts of Union County. 39,702 332 sq mi
Somerset County 111 Somerset 1795 Parts of Bedford County. 77,742 1,081 sq mi
Sullivan County 113 Laporte 1847 Parts of Lycoming County; attached to Lycoming until 1848. 6,428 452 sq mi
Susquehanna County 115 Montrose 1810 Parts of Luzerne County ; attached to Luzerne County until 1812. 43,356 832 sq mi
Tioga County 117 Wellsboro 1804 Parts of Lycoming County; attached to Lycoming until 1812. 41,981 1,137 sq mi
Union County 119 Lewisburg 1813 Parts of Northumberland County. 44,947 317 sq mi
Venango County 121 Franklin 1800 Parts of Allegheny and Lycoming Counties; attached to until 1805. 54,984 683 sq mi
Warren County 123 Warren 1800 Parts of Allegheny and Lycoming counties; attached to Crawford County until 1805 and then to Venango until Warren was formally organized in 1819. 41,815 898 sq mi
Washington County 125 Washington 1781 Parts of Westmoreland County. 2,07,820 861 sq mi
Wayne County 127 Honesdale 1798 Parts of Northampton County. 52,822 751 sq mi
Westmoreland County 129 Greensburg 1773 Parts of Bedford County. 3,65,169 1,036 sq mi
Wyoming County 131 Tunkhannock 1842 Parts of Luzerne County. 28,276 405 sq mi
York County 133 York 1749 Parts of Lancaster County. 4,34,972 910 sq mi

src: wikipedia 

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