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South Union Twp. Dist. #2

In the Leith-Hatfield District of South Union Township, Harry V. Joseph secured the nod to the Democratic Committeeman post with 149 votes. while Rose Ann Joseph secured the Democratic Committee nod with 160 votes,

Meanwhile for Republican Committee, Gregory and Melany Chrash secured nods with 128 and 126 respective votes.

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South Union Twp. Dist. #1

In South Union Township District #1, Randall Vernon secured the nod for Democratic Committeeman with 406 votes, While Dolores Martin secured the nod for Democratic Committeewoman with 417 votes.

As for Republican Committee in District #1 of South Union, Twila K. Young and Robert A. Smith Sr. secured nods with 133 and 158 respective votes.

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Luzerne Township District #2

At the#2 Precinct in Luzerne Township, there was a several-one-vote tie between contenders  for Democratic Committeeman and Committeewoman.

To be decided at a later contest will be Kurt Brungraber, Paul Burd, Gregg P. Downer, Frank Lent Jr., Robert M. Mehalik and Michael Rohlf.  For the Women, it is between Katherine Brubgraber, Peggy Gursky, and Karla Lent.

For the Republican Committee the only seat verified was hat of Susan Zupich with one vote.

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Bullskin Township District #1 FINAL

At the Bullskin Township Elementary School, otherwise known as Bullskin District #1. Nicholas Keedy secured the Democratic Committeeman nod with 2 votes while Samantha Butler secured the Democratic Committeewoman nod with 2 votes. As for the Republican committee seats in the First District, William Henry Schiffbauer secured his campaign with 194 votes, while Alan G. Mellinger secured the other seat with 2 votes.

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Brownsville Township FINAL

In Brownsville Township, the Democratic Committeeman will be Ron Zupic with 10 votes. George Meese and Homer Yeardie each received 1 vote a piece As for the Democratic Committeewoman, it was a tie betweeen Dolores Boone and Mairlyn McCoy each receiving one vote each, this will have to be decided by the board of Elections

On the Republican Committee, it is uncertain as no votes were valid on that side/

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Brownsville Borough Ward #2 FINAL

At the North Side Ward #2, Jack Lawver secured the Democratic Committeeman nod with 52 votes while Melodie Yeardie secured the Democratic Committeewoman nod with 27 verified write-in votes Other contenders for committeewoman were Suzanne Lawver with 2 votes Anjuli Swords with 1 and Rebecca Barnhart with 1 vote as well.

For the Republicans on the North Side, Dan Silbuaugh secured a seat for sure with 2 votes. Clark Sealy, Elizabeth Lawver. Doris Irene Franks each secured 1 vote each so the second seat will have to be decided at a later time.

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Lieutenant Governor

The race for lieutenant Govneror changed the norms in the Commonwealth for the first time in decades.

For the first time in many decades, a candidate other than the incumbent in a relection year as a lieutenant did not retain their seat. Notable Braddock Mayor John K. Fetterman will likely secure the democratic nod with 288,229 votes as the likely Democratic Noiminee under Governor Wolf.

Conceders include Nilofer Nina Ahmad with 182,309 votes (23.75%) Kathleen Cozzone with 142,410 votes (18.55), current Lieutenant Governor Michael Stack with 127,259 votes (16.58) and Raymond Sosa with 20,427 votes (3.57%)

As for the Republican Lieutenant Challenger in the fall, Scott Wagner’s mate Jeffery A. Bartos will likely be challenging with 317,619 votes. Concedes are Kathleen Ann Coder with 147,805/21.78% votes, Washington County Commissioner Diane Irey Vaughn with 119,400 votes/17.60% and Marguerite A Luksik with 93,667 Votes.

Please keep in mind, while all Fayette County districts have reported, there are 29 commonwealth wide that have not, nor have military or absentee nor write-in challenges been completed.

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Governor Results

While the incumbent Governor, Tom Wolf  was the sole candidiate to secure the Demoratic nod with 741,676 votes. Of the three Republicans challenging Gov. Wolf,  Scott Wagner will likely be the Republican Challenger in the Fall General Election with 324,013 votes cast at this point. Conceeding will be Paul Mango with approximately 270,014 votes and Linda Ellsworth with 137,650 votes

Please keep in mind, while all Fayette County districts have reported, there are 29 commonwealth wide that have not, nor have military or absentee nor write-in challenges been completed.

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2018 United States Senator

Robert Casey will retain the Democrat nod as US Senator for PA with 743,730 votes statewide. Meanwhile, on the other side of the aisle, Louis Barolotta will likely be the Republican Challenger with 430,183 votes or 63.07% in the Republican Party. Ousted out of the US Senate race was James Christiana with 251,897 or 36.93% of the vote. Please keep in mind, while all Fayette County districts have reported, there are 29 commonwealth wide that have not, nor have military or absentee nor write-in challenges been completed.