State election officials say two new members of the Pennsylvania state assembly are some of the youngest people ever elected to serve. Democrat Nick Miller is 27. He defeated 66-year-old Republican Dean Browning in a new Senate district in the Lehigh Valley. Also, Republican Jarrett Coleman, a 32-year-old airline pilot, defeated Democrat Mark Pinsley in the 16th Senate District race. The new lawmakers will take the oath of office in early January.