election results, Municipal Elections

Vanderbilt Borough

Mayor 4 Year Term, Vote For 1

  1. D / Richard Adobato / 51 / 87.30%

Council 4 Year Term, Vote For 4

  1. D / Duane L. King / 71 / 31.56%
  2. D /Harry I. Gray, Jr. / 53 / 23.56%
  3. D/ Betty J. Keffer/ 51 / 22.67%
  4. D / Thomas E. Sankovich / 43 / 19.11%

Tax Collector 4 Year Term, Vote For 1

  1. R / David L. Brady, Jr. / 55 / 61.11%
  2. D / Jeff Walters / 34 / 37.78%
  3. Lisa Washabaugh / 1 / 1.11%

Judge of Election 4 Year Term, Vote For 1

  1. D / Ruth Ann Thomas / 73 / 97.33%
  2. Steven Barry Demko Jr. / 1 / 1.33%
  3. Dwayne King  / 1 / 1.33%

Inspector of Election 4 Year Term, Vote For 1

  1. R / Angela D. Kusko / 68/ 89.47%
  2. Steven Barry Demko Jr. / 7 / 9.21%
  3. Dwayne King  / 1 / 1.32%

Voter Turnout – Borough of Vanderbilt

Ballots Cast: 93
Registered Voters: 275
Voter Turnout – 33.82%

 

election results, Municipal Elections

Vanderbilt Borough

Richard Adobato will become the next mayor of Vanderbilt Borough, running uncontested.

Four seats on Borough Council were up for grabs. Duane L. King,  Harry I. Gray Jr. Betty J. Keffer, an Thomas E. Sankovich all attained a seat at the table

David L. Brady Jr. will be the borough’s new tax collector.

Ruth Ann Thomas will serve as Judge of Election and Angela D. Kusko will serve as Inspector of Election in Vanderbilt

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Candidate List – Vanderbilt

Vanderbilt Borough

Mayor – Four Year Term – Vote for One  
DEMOCRATIC REPUBLICAN  
Richard Adobato  
Council – Four Year Term – Vote for Four  
DEMOCRATIC REPUBLICAN  
Duane L. King  
Harry I. Gray, Jr.  
Betty J. Keffer  
Thomas E. Sankovich  
Tax Collector – Four Year Term – Vote for One  
DEMOCRATIC REPUBLICAN  
  David L. Brady, Jr.  
Judge of Election – Four Year Term – Vote for One  
DEMOCRATIC REPUBLICAN  
Ruth Ann Thomas  
Inspector of Election – Four Year Term – Vote for One
DEMOCRATIC REPUBLICAN
Angela D. Kusko
election results, Municipal Elections

Vanderbilt Election Update

In Vanderbilt the only real race in November, barring third party and write-in candidates, is for tax collector, where  Democratic candidate Lisa Washabaugh received 29 votes to write-in candidate David L. Brady Jr.’s 21 votes to secure the nomination.

Brady, however, launched a successful Republican write-in campaign, where he won the nomination with 20 votes.

Richard Adobato was the only mayoral candidate, receiving 41 votes for the Democratic nomination for mayor. There were also four Democrats running for the four open seats on council. Duane King received 54 votes, Harry Gray Jr. received 43 votes, Betty Keffer got 41 votes and Thomas Sankovich received 30 votes.