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2023 Primary: County Commissioners A-F

Here are results from contested county commissioner races around the Commonwealth as of 9 AM on Wednesday. (I) indicates incumbent

Adams: Republicans Randy Phiel (I) and Jim Martin (I) ran unopposed, as did Democrats Marty Qually (I) and Robert Smith. (summary report)

Armstrong: Incumbent Republican Don Myers (20.4) loses in reelection bid to Anthony Shea (26.3) and John Strate (22.8). Incumbent Democrat Pat Fabian advances (34.55) along with Rich Farah (21.7). (summary report)

BedfordMike Stiles and J.R. Winck will represent the GOP against Democrats Matthew Wilt and incumbent Deb Baughman. (summary report)

Berks: Incumbent Republicans Christian Leinbach and Michael Rivera will meet Democrats Dante Santoni Jr. and Jess Royer. (unofficial results)

Blair: Incumbent Amy Webster survives by 35 votes and joins David Kessling as GOP reps in November. Laura Burke (I) and Carol Taylor are the Democratic nominees. (summary report)

Bradford: Republican incumbents Daryl Miller (41.4) and Doug McLinko (40.8) will face Democrats Zachary Gates (42.9) and Kim Pitcher (33.2) in November. (summary report)

Bucks: Incumbent Democrats Diane Ellis-Marseglia and Robert Harvie ran unopposed. Incumbent Gene DiGirolamo (39.1) and Pamela Van Blunk (42.4) will represent the GOP. (unofficial results)

Butler: Incumbents Leslie Osche and Kimberly Geyer easily won the Republican primary over three other opponents. Kevin Boozel (I) ran unopposed for the Democrats. (summary report)

Cambria: Incumbent Scott Hunt (38.0) and Keith Rager (33.8) will represent the GOP against holdovers Thomas Chernisky (56.7) and William “BJ” Smith (41.7). (summary report)

CameronJessica Herzing and incumbent James Moate advance on the Republican side. Josh Zucal ran unopposed on the Democratic ballot. (summary report)

Centre: Democrats Mark Higgins (I) and Amber Concepcion (I) ran unopposed, as did Republicans Steven Dershem (I) and Marie Librizzi. (summary report)

Chester: It was no contest in the primaries as Democrats Josh Maxwell (I) and Marian Moskowitz (I) ran unopposed, as did Republicans David Sommers and Eric Roe. (summary report)

Clarion: Democrats Braxton White and Daniel Carey will meet GOP incumbents Wayne Brosius and Ted Tharan. (summary report)

Clearfield: Split decision for GOP incumbents as John Sobel advances but Mary Tatum does not as Tim Winters wins most Republican votes. Pair will meet Democrats Dave Glass (I) and Dennis Biancuzzo in November. (summary report)

Clinton: Incumbent Jeffrey Snyder and James Russo advanced on the GOP side. Angela Harding (I) ran unopposed for the Democrats. (summary report)

Columbia: Incumbent Rich Ridgway was defeated in his reelection bid by Republicans Dean Brewer and Randy Karschner. Democrats Patricia Lawton, who ran unsuccessfully for the state senate in January, and David Kovach (I) ran unopposed. (summary report)

CrawfordEric Henry (I) and Scott Schell advanced on the Republican side, while Democrat Christopher Seeley ran unopposed. (summary reports)

Cumberland: Split decision as Gary Eichelberger (I) advanced along with Kelly Neiderer, but incumbent Vince DiFilippo finished fourth. Democrats Jean Foschi (I) and John Matthew Smith ran unopposed on the Democratic ballot. (summary report)

Dauphin: Republicans Mike Pries (I) and Chad Saylor (I) ran unopposed, as did Democrats George Hartwick III (I) and Justin Douglas. (summary report)

ElkFritz Lecker finished first in his reelection bid and will be joined by Greg Gebauer on the GOP side against Democrats Matthew Quesenberry (I) and Raymond Krise. (summary report)

Fayette: Democrats Vincent Vicites and Geno Gallo ran unopposed and will meet incumbents Dave Lohr and Scott Dunn. (summary report)

Forest: Republicans Patrick Kline and Mark Kingston (I) advance to the November ballot, while Democrat Robert Snyder (I) ran unopposed. (summary report)

FranklinDean Horst and John Flannery (I) will represent the GOP, as incumbent David Keller finished out of the money. They will face Democrats Bob Ziobrowski (I) and Cameron Schroy. (summary report)

Fulton: A split GOP decision behind Steven Wibleas Randy Bunch (I) advances but fellow incumbent Stuart Ulsh finishes third. Democrat Paula Shives (I) ran unopposed. (summary report)

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    1. updated. Wasn’t originally included as there was no opposition in either race.


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