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Upper Tyrone Township

Supervisor 6 Year Term, Vote For 1

  1. D / Peter A. Fratto / 174 / 67.16%
  2. R / William A. Edwards / 85 / 32.82%

Tax Collector 4 Year Term, Vote For 1

  1. Laurie Hanchar / 232 / 99.15%
  2. Robert Lewandowski / 1 / 0.43%

Auditor 6 Year Term, Vote For 1

  1. Don Kiefer / 4 / 57.15%
  2. Richard Firestone / 1 / 12.50%

Judge of Election 4 Year Term, Vote For 1

  1. D / Jackie L. Beranek / 162 / 98.18%
  2. David Tullio / 1 / 0.61%

Inspector of Election 4 Year Term, Vote For 1

  1. Tammy Marchewka / 5 / 33.34%

Voter Turnout – Township of Upper Tyrone

Ballots Cast – 262
Registered Voters – 991
Voter Turnout – 26.44%

 

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Bullskin Township

Supervisor 6 Year Term, Vote For 1

  1. R / Chris R. Ohler / 853 / 63.94%
  2. D / Scott Keefer / 472/  35.38%
  3. */Carl Butler / 3 / 0.22%

Tax Collector 4 Year Term, Vote For 1

  1. Leslie Wiltrout / 1,144 / 97.78%
  2. Louis E. Bell / 10 / 0.85%
  3. Lisa Argiro / 9 / 0.77%

Auditor 6 Year Term, Vote For 1

  1. D / Christopher J. Lacey / 807 / 96.90%

Voter Turnout Township Wide

Ballots Cast: 1,360
Registered : 4,484
Voter Turnout: 30.33%

District #1

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Judge of Election 4 Year Term, Vote For 1

  1. Edwin Zylka – 3 / 12.00%
  2. Carol Swink – 2 / 8.00%
  3. Scott Keefer – 2 / 8.00%
  4. Mark Bell/1/ 4%
  5. Scott Bennington /1/ 4%
  6. Claire Brocker /1/ 4%
  7. PJ CARTE / /1/ 4%
  8. Amy Hann /1/ 4%
  9. James R. Higgins /1/ 4%
  10. Christopher Lee /1/ 4%
  11. Beverly Quinn /1/ 4%
  12. Mary Smith /1/ 4%
  13. Treanna Smith /1/ 4%

Inspector of Election 4 Year Term, Vote For 1

  1. Edwin Zylka / 4 / 17.39%
  2. Jody Oswald / 2 / 8.70%
  3. Treanna Smith / 2 / 8.70%
  4. Chris R. Ohler / 1 / 4.35%
  5. Mark Bell / 1 / 4.35%
  6. Claire Brougher  / 1 / 4.35%
  7. Beverly Brown  / 1 / 4.35%
  8. Amy Hann  / 1 / 4.35%
  9. James R. Huggins  / 1 / 4.35%
  10. Christine Lee  / 1 / 4.35%

Voter Turnout – District #1

Ballots Cast – 787
Registered Voters – 2,623
Voter Turnout – First District – 30.0%

District #2

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Judge of Election 4 Year Term, Vote For 1

  1. Linda Lewandoski / 14 / 53.65%

Inspector of Election 4 Year Term, Vote For 1

  1. Joyce Guthrie / 2 / 18.18%

Voter Turnout – District 2

Ballots Cast: 304
Registered Voters: 950
Voter Turnout – 32%

District #3

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Judge of Election 4 Year Term, Vote For 1

  1. D/Julie E. Weeks / 202 / 99.02%
  2. Terry Cavicchio / 1/ 0.49%

District 3 Inspector of Election 4 Year Term, Vote For 1

  1. R/Mark Allen Fiano / 158 / 60.54%
  2. D/Laurie B. McGinnis / 103 / 39.46%

Voter Turnout – District 3

Ballots Cast – 269
Registered Voters – 911
Voter Turnout – 29.53%

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Judge of the Superior Court

Vote for Four

  1.   Maria McLaughlin – Votes: 1,068,972
  2. Deborah Anne Kunselman – Votes: 1,032,822
  3. Carolyn H. Nichols – Votes: 969,578
  4. Mary P. Murray –  Votes: 911,375
  5. Geoffrey Moulton –    Votes: 884,258
  6. Emil Giordiono –  Votes: 878,714
  7. Wade Allen Kagerise – Votes: 828,828

Judge of the Superior Court (Retention)

Jacqueline Shogan – Votes: Yes: 1,064,020 No: 471,209

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Stewart Township

Pamela Kessler will attain a seat as a township  supervisor running uncontested, Renee Shaefer will retain her seat as tax collector for the township. Stephanie Plume will retain her spot a an auditor for a six year term.

A Write in contest will decide the fate of Judge of Election and Inspector of Election in Stewart Township.

 

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Springhill Township

Paul M. Medved will become a township supervisor for the next six years/

Tonya Cottrell will retain her seat as the Springhill Townsip Tax Collector

Shawn Scott Hellen will become the township’s six year auditor.

Write-In contests will decide the fate of the two-year Auditor as well as Judge and Inspector of Elections in District 1.

For District 2. Janice Woods will be the Judge of Election, while the Inspector of Election will be decided via a write-in campaign.

 

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Springfield Township

Up in Springfield Township, Bill Striner will attain a seat to the Supervisors Board for six more years.

Virginia M. Bowser will continue to serve the township as tax collector for the next six years.

Jereme Bryner will serve as Auditor for the next six years.

In District 1, Cheryl L. Schurg will serve as Judge of Elections and Mary F. Craig will be Inspector of Elections, defeating Anna M. Johnson by 12 Votes as of now.

Robin Burkholder will be Judge of Election in District and it looks like Carol A. Burkholder will be Inspector in District 2, defeating Stacey R. Hoover by just six votes.

 

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Redstone Township

George Matis will retain his seat as supervisor in Redstone Township for the next six years, running uncontested.

Bobbie Jo Cetera will become Redstone’s new tax collector, defeating Gregory P. Sharpe by 590-280.

James Bashour will be the township’s auditor for the next six years.

Write-In Candidates will test the fate of the Judge of Elections and Inspector of Elections in District 1 and the Inspector of Elections in District 3.

In District 2, Kathleen Shaporka and Roseanne Markovich defeated their respective titles as Judge and Inspector of Election in District 2, challenger Brandon Watson ran for both posts,  but did not have enough votes to gain either seat.

William Hudock will be Judge of Election in District 3

In District 4, Patricia Taylor will be Judge of Election and Susan Shimek will be Inspector of Election.

 

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Nicholson Township

In Nicholson Township, Jack Arndt won the supervisor seat, ousting Kevin David Morris by a 226-68 margin.

Kara Ainsley wil become the township’s new tax collector, garnishing 84.49% of the votes in both parties.

Hope Renee Ainsley attained the six-year term for auditor in an uncontested race along with Elaine Sholtis for the two-year term for the auditor post

Write-In contests will tell the fate of Judge of Elections and Inspector of Elections