election results

Bullskin Township

In District #1, Wm. Henry Schiffbauer was the sole candidate for Republican Committee in that precinct, garnering  194 votes.

Meanwhile at District #3 in the Mountains, Dean Allen and Laura Zelenka ran for Democratic Committeeman and Committeewoman respectively, gaining 73 and 85 votes at the Bear Rocks Community Center.

No Candidates were on the ballot for the Democratic Seats at District #1 or #2. Additionally, there were no candidates for Republican Committee at Districts #2 or #3 as well.

It should be also noted that District #2 moved their polling place beginning with this election from the Fire Hall to the Wooddale Bible Bretheren Church.

Polling Place Information

Special BOE Meeting to be held on Thursday regarding the Bullskin #2 Polling Location

Notice is hereby given that the Fayette County Board of Elections will hold a meeting on Thursday, April 26, 2018 at 9:00 am at the Public Service Building, 22 East Main Street, Uniontown, PA 15401, to discuss changing the location of the polling place for Bullskin Township, District 2,

from the current location at

bullskin-2

Bullskin Township VFD Social Hall
260 Keefer Road
Connellsville, PA 15425

to

0425031201-1

Bullskin Fairgrounds
Route 982
938 Pleasant Valley Road
Mount Pleasant, PA 15666

or

0417008601-2

Wooddale Bible Brethren Church
982 Pleasant Valley Road
Mount Pleasant, PA 15666.

County Board of Elections
Fayette County, PA
Angela M. Zimmerlink
Mark A. Rowan
Mark M. Mehalov

election results, Municipal Elections, Uncategorized

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

bullskin-1

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

bullskin-2

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

bullskin-3

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%

election results, School Board Elections

Connellsville Area School Board

4 Year Term vote for 4

  1. Davd Panzella – 3,826/25.13%
  2. Michael J, Omatick – 3,826 / 25.13%
  3. David J, Martray – 3,812 / 25.04%
  4. Donald S. Grenaldo – 3,658/24.03%

In the 17 Precincts, 5,029 ballots were cast out of a 19,080 registered voters, resulting in a 26.36% Voter Turnout

Municipal Elections, School Board Elections

Connellsville Area School Director

Connellsville has four seats available with no contest for them during the general election.

  1. David Panzella – 3,864
  2. Michael J. Omatick – 3,823
  3. David J. Martray – 3,811
  4. Donald S. Grenaldo-  3,657
election results, Municipal Elections

Bullskin Township Preliminaries

Chris R. Ohler wlll more than likely become the new supervisor in Bullskin with a race of 345 to incumbent Scott Keefer’s 210.

More than likely, Leslie Wiltrout will become the township’s new Tax Collector with total of 495 votes (243 Democrat/252 Republican)

Christopher J. Lacey will more than likely fill the 6-Year Auditor Seat with 354 votes, barring any write-ins.

Write-In votes will tell the fate for Judges and Inspectors of Elections in Districts 1 and 2 (Bullskin School, Bullskin Central Fire Station)

However in the Bear Rocks Community District, there was a little bit of a contested race with Julia E. Weeks becoming Judge of Elections with 199 Votes, For Inspector of Elections, Mark Allen Fiano championed with 154 votes, compared to Laurie McGinnis’ 101, again, barring any write-ins.

 

Candidate List

Bullskin Township Candidates

Bullskin Township    
Supervisor – Six Year Term – Vote for One    
DEMOCRATIC REPUBLICAN  
Scott Keefer Chris R. Ohler  
     
Tax Collector – Four Year Term – Vote for One  
DEMOCRATIC REPUBLICAN  
Leslie Wiltrout Leslie Wiltrout

 

Auditor – Six Year Term – Vote for One    
DEMOCRATIC REPUBLICAN
Christopher J. Lacey  

 

District 1  
Judge of Election – Four Year Term – Vote for One  
DEMOCRATIC REPUBLICAN
No Candidate Filed for either party for this office
Inspector of Election – Four Year Term – Vote for One  
DEMOCRATIC REPUBLICAN

No Candidate Filed for either party for this office

   
District 2  
Judge of Election – Four Year Term – Vote for One  
DEMOCRATIC REPUBLICAN
No Candidate Filed for either party for this office
Inspector of Election – Four Year Term – Vote for One  
DEMOCRATIC REPUBLICAN
REPUBLICAN

No Candidate Filed for either party for this office

 

District 3 District 3
Judge of Election – Four Year Term – Vote for One  
DEMOCRATIC REPUBLICAN
Julia E. Weeks

Inspector of Election – Four Year Term – Vote for One  
DEMOCRATIC REPUBLICAN
Laurie B. McGinnis Mark Allen Fiano
election results, Municipal Elections

Bullskin Township Election Update

Despite write-in campaigns for both Democratic and Republican candidates, the race for Bullskin Township supervisor will look the same on the ballot in November as it did in May, with Democrat Scott Keefer squaring off against Republican Chris Ohler. Keefer secured the Democratic nomination with 345 votes. Write in Democratic votes went to Chris Ohler with 115 and Carl Butler with 109, but were not enough to knock Keefer off the ballot. Ohler received 283 votes as the declared Republican candidate. Republican write-ins were Carl Butler with 91 votes and Scott Keefer with 83.

The Bullskin tax collector’s race will see Leslie Wiltrout’s name as both the Democratic and Republican nominee, where all candidates ran write-in campaigns. Wiltrout received 214 votes to secure the Democratic nomination over Lisa Argiro with 123 votes, Ginny Martin with 51 and Lou Bell with 10. Wiltrout received 173 votes on the Republican ballot to Argiro’s 76 and Martin’s 48.

election results, Municipal Elections, Vacancy News

Bullskin Township Supervisor, Auditor, Poll Workers results

In Bullskin Township, there is was a race this election for a six-year term supervisor. Incumbent Scott Keefer, with 345 votes for the democratic nod with Chris Ohler with 283 votes for the republican nod. However Township Resident Carl Butler is seeking a write in nod, so we will see if the ballot changes in time or not.

No Candidate filed for the Six-Year Term for Tax Collector in Bullskin

For Six Year Term Auditor in the Township, Christopher J. Lacey secured the Democratic nod with 416 votes. Leslie Wiltrout conducted a Write-In Campaign for Auditor, so ths may change as well.

There was no candidates that filed for either Judge or Inspector of Elections in Districts 1 (Bullskin School) or 2 (Bullskin VFC Central Station.)

However, at the Bear Rocks District. Julia E. Weeks secured the Democratic Nod for Judge of Elections with 88 Votes. With no Republican Challenger, she will likely attain that position in the fall. As for Inspector of Elections at Bear Rocks District, Democrat Laurie B. McGinnis with 87 votes will face off with Republican Mark Allen Fiano, who recieved 80 votes in the primary election/