In North Union, Ron Landman will likely become the next township Supervisor for six years, barring any write-ins.
Incumbent James M. Mari retained his seat as tax collector, defeating Theresa “Tina” Allen by a margin of 1,204 to 664.
Donald C. Santore received the seat as six year auditor.
Lawrence McLaughlin will likely become the four year auditor defeating Stephanie Matthews by a 977-770 margin
Armand J. DeFrank and Gwendolyn O. Ridgley will become Judge and Inspector of Elections in District 1 respectively.
Over to District 2, Char;es Gibbs will become Judge of Elections, while Betty Nicklow defeated Laureen Livingston by a 404-275 margin for the spot.
Down to District 3 where a write in contest will tell the fate of the Judge of Elections, however Mary M. Klink regained the seat as Inspector of Election in District 3
Roberta Show in District 4 attained the seat for both the Judge of Election and Inspector of Election, this will have to be ironed out by the election bureau at a later date.
A Write-In Contest will have to tell the fate of both the Judge of Election and Inspector of Election out in District 5.