|Preceded by Joe Guffey|
Name Sedgwick Kistler
Succeeded by George Earle
Died April 28, 1952
|Spouse(s) Bertha Kaul|
Political party Democratic Party
Sedgwick Kistler was a Democratic political figure from Lock Haven, Pennsylvania.
Kistler represented Pennsylvania as its Democratic National Committeeman from 1928 through 1936.
In 1930, he was the Democratic nominee for the United States Senate seat left vacant by the disqualification of William Vare, but lost to Labor Secretary James Davis in one of the most lopsided defeats in state history.