In Connellsville the race for Mayor was uncontested with Incumbent Greg Lincoln receiving the democratic nod, there were no Republican Candidates.
There are two open seats on city council, Incumbent Tom Karpiak secured a Democrtic nod while Robert Topper Jr. secured the Republican Nod. Barring any write-ins, the gentlemen will more than likely attain council seats at the fall general election.
Mairlyn V. Weaver secured the democratic nod for City Treasurer, a two year term. There were no Republican Challengers, so more than likely, barring any write-ins Weaver will attain her seat.
Constables were secured in both Wards One (Calvary Assembly) and Two (Senior Center) with Albert “Rocky” Younkin and Hubie Colman Securing the Democratic Nods in the first and second wards respectively. There was no Republican Challengers, so, barring any write-ins, they will likely keep their positions.
At Ward One, the Calvary Assembly Church on the South Side, Susan Joy Lewis secured the democratic nod for Judge of Elections. With no Republican Challenger, she will likely attain the post next election on the south side. There were no candidates that filed for Inspector of Elections at Ward One.
No Candidates filed either for Judge or Inspector of Elections at Wards 2 (Senior Center) or 3 (Old High School/Community Center).
In Ward 4, which votes at New Haven Hose Fire Company, Donna Karwatsky and Rita Nolan Secured the Democratic nominations for Judge and Inspector of Elections, respectively. No Republican Candidates filed for these positions at Ward Four.