Sessions Office Position District Party
1955-1956 Representative Democrat
1957-1958 Representative Democrat
1959 Representative Democrat
1960 Representative Democrat
1961 Representative Democrat
1962 Representative Democrat
1965 Representative Democrat
1966 Representative Democrat
1967 Representative Democrat
1968 Representative Democrat
1969 Representative 189 Democrat
1970 Representative 189 Democrat
1971 Representative 189 Democrat
1972 Representative 189 Democrat
1973 Representative 189 Democrat
1974 Representative 189 Democrat
1975 Representative 189 Democrat
1976 Representative 189 Democrat
1977 Representative 189 Democrat
1978 Representative 189 Democrat
1979 Representative 189 Democrat
1980 Representative 189 Democrat
1981 Representative 189 Democrat
1982 Representative 189 Democrat
Counties Philadelphia


07/29/1921 - 02/26/1996

MULLEN, Martin P., a Representative from Philadelphia County; born in Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, Pa., July 29, 1921; graduated, West Philadelphia Catholic High School, 1939; attended, Washington University; certificate of Professional Business Administration, Wharton School of Business and Finance, University of Pennsylvania, 1949; attended, Brooklyn Law School; LL.B., Temple University Law School, 1952; sergeant, Air Corps, United States Army (1942-1946, World War II); partner, Mullen and Pazulski; elected as a Democrat to the Pennsylvania House of Representatives’ 189th District for the 1955 session and reelected for 12 non-consecutive terms thereafter; elected, Democratic Appropriations Chair (1965-1972); appointed, Select Committee on Three Mile Island (1979); appointed, Pennsylvania Commission on Interstate Cooperation (1979-1980); unsuccessful campaign for reelection to the House to the 191st District (1982); unsuccessful campaign, Governor of Pennsylvania (1974); legal counsel, John Wanamaker Department Store; died, February 26, 1996 in Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania; interred, Holy Cross Cemetery, Yeadon, Delaware County, Pennsylvania.


Archival Collections

Papers of Martin P. Mullen, 1961-1971, Pennsylvania House of Representatives Archives, Harrisburg.

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