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2023 Primary: County Commissioners G-P

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

Greene: Democrats Blair Zimmerman (I) and Christine Bailey advance against Betsy McClure (I) and Jared Edgreen for the GOP. (totals)

Huntingdon: Incumbent Scott Walls and Patrick Reeder will represent the GOP, while Democrat Jeff Thomas ran unopposed. (totals)

Indiana: Sherene Hess (I) and Aaron Lehman advance on the Democratic side, while Robin Gorman (I) and Mike Keith (I) ran unopposed for the GOP. (totals)

Jefferson: In a tight race, Mark Humes and Scott North (I) edged incumbent Herbert Bullers Jr. on the GOP side. Jeffrey Pisarcik (I) and John Adduci ran unopposed for the Democrats. (totals)

Juniata: Democrats Mark Partner (I) and Steven Casner advance, while incumbents Alice Gray and Todd Graybill move on for the Republicans. (totals)

Lackawanna: Democratic incumbent Jerry Notarianni finished third behind Bill Gaughan and former Penn State and NFL quarterback Matt McGloinChris Chermak (I) and Diana Campbell will represent the GOP. (totals)

Lancaster: Incumbents Josh Parsons and Ray D’Agostino ran unopposed for the GOP. Alice Yoder and Bob Hollister, who ran unsuccessfully against Lloyd Smucker for U.S. Congress, are the Democratic nominees. (totals)

Lawrence: Former state representative Chris Sainato and Loretta Spielvogel (I) are the Democratic nominees. Dan Vogler and Dan Kennedy will represent the GOP. (totals)

Lebanon: All three incumbents advance to the November general election – Republicans Mike Kuhn and Bill Phillips, along with Democrat Jo Ellen Litz. She is joined by Michael Schroeder. (totals)

LycomingScott Metzger (I) and Marc Sortman will lead the GOP team, while Mark Mussina and Denitra Moffett are the Democratic nominees. (totals)

McKean: It will be Mary Ann “Marty” Wilder and James Hilyer for the Democrats against incumbents Carol Duffy and Thomas Kreiner who ran unopposed for the GOP. (totals)

MercerAnn Coleman and Bill Finley Jr. were the victors in a six-person GOP race. They will meet Democrats Timothy McGonigle (I) and Jim McLusky. (totals)

Mifflin: Incumbent Republican Robert Postal finished third in his quest for reelection to Rob Grassmyer and Noah WiseKevin Kodish (I) ran unopposed on the Democratic ballot. (totals)

MonroeJohn Christy (I) and Sharon Laverdure (I) were unopposed on the Democratic side. David Parker and Christine Wilkins topped the three-person Republican race. (totals)

Montgomery: Incumbent Republican Joe Gale, who unsuccessfully ran for the GOP nomination for governor, lost in his quest for reelection as Thomas DiBello and Liz Ferry finished 1-2. Jamila Winder (I) topped the Democratic race and will be joined on the ballot by Neil Makhija. (totals)

MontourScott Lynn and Rebecca Dressler were victorious in a five-person race for the GOP nominations. Trevor Finn, who was unsuccessful in his quest for the 108th District seat in the PA House, and Wesley Walters will represent the Democrats. (totals)

NorthumberlandMeghan Beck and Craig Fetterman ran unopposed on the Democratic side, while incumbents Sam Schiccatano and Joe Klebon were victorious for the GOP. (totals)

Perry: Incumbent Brian Allen was defeated in his bid for another term by Frank Campbell and Bill Lyons in the GOP contest. Brenda Watson (I) ran unopposed for the Democrats. (totals)

PikeKaren Haycox and Tony Waldron (I) ran unopposed for the Democrats. Incumbents Matthew Osterberg and Ronald Schmalzle were triumphant for the Republican side. (totals)

Potter: GOP incumbents Paul Heimel and Nancy Grupp held off a pair of challengers to advance to the general election ballot opposite Jenna Maiuro Gurney and Jack Keifer. (totals)

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  1. You forgot the Lehigh County Democratic primary—7 candidates for 4 slots





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