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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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Upper Tyrone Township

In Upper Tyrone, Peter A. Fratto will be your next supervisor, defeating incumbent William A. Edwards, by 89 votes.

Laurie Hanchar retained her seat for tax collector in the township, gaining almost 99% of the vote.

Jackie L. Berenak will serve the township as the Judge of Election for the next four years. A write-in contest will have to decide the fate of the auditor and inspector of election positions

Candidate List

Candiate List – Upper Tyrone

Upper Tyrone Township

Supervisor – Six Year Term – Vote for One  
DEMOCRATIC REPUBLICAN  
Peter A. Fratto William A. Edwards  
Tax Collector – Four Year Term – Vote for One  
DEMOCRATIC REPUBLICAN  
Laurie Hanchar Laurie Hanchar  
Auditor – Six Year Term – Vote for One  
DEMOCRATIC REPUBLICAN  
No Candidate Filed for either party for this office  
Judge of Election – Four Year Term – Vote for One  
DEMOCRATIC REPUBLICAN  
Jackie L. Beranek  
Inspector of Election – Four Year Term – Vote for One
DEMOCRATIC REPUBLICAN
No Candidate Filed for either party for this office
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Upper Tyrone Election Update

Peter Fratto captured the Democratic nomination for supervisor with 57 votes to 22 votes Dewey Eutsey. Fratto also made a run at the Republican nomination with a write-in campaign that garnered 35 votes, but it wasn’t enough to knock Republican William Edwards off the November ballot. Edwards captured 48 Republican votes.

Republican Laurie Hanchar captured both the Republican and Democratic nominations for tax collector with 29 write-in Democratic votes and 85 votes as the declared Republican candidate.