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Baldwin-Whitehall 2013 Primary Election Results

Scroll down for election results from the May 21 primary.

Voters in Baldwin Borough, Whitehall Borough and Baldwin Township nominated candidates for November's general election during May 21's primary election.

SCROLL DOWN to see tables showing results of local races. Every race is 100-percent reported.

(These results are unofficial until certified by the Allegheny County Board of Elections.)

 

Baldwin-Whitehall School Board (4-year term)
Republican (Vote for 4) 100% reported Candidate Votes Percentage Richard J. Kirsch 381
10.22% Thomas V. Barchfeld 241 6.47% Karen L. Brown 502 13.47% David J. Solenday 550 14.76% Nancy Lee Crowder 456 12.24% Martin Michael Schmotzer 384 10.30% Margaret Brindle 111 2.98% Patricia Nixon 223 5.98% Dennis Lavelle 140 3.76% Elliot Rambo 335 8.99% Sara Dawes 120 3.22% Diane Shockey 186 4.99% Joan DeGore 86 2.31% Baldwin-Whitehall School Board (4-year term) 
Democratic (Vote for 4) 100% reported Candidate Votes Percentage Richard J. Kirsch 919 9.58% Thomas V. Barchfeld 365 3.81% Karen L. Brown 1,335 13.92% David J. Solenday 1,194 12.45% Nancy Lee Crowder 943 9.83% Martin Michael Schmotzer 1,047 10.92% Margaret Brindle 337 3.51% Patricia Nixon 527 5.50% Dennis Lavelle 489 5.10% Elliot Rambo 1,118 11.66% Sara Dawes 370 3.86% Diane Shockey 542 5.65% Joan DeGore 377 3.93% Baldwin Borough Mayor (4-year term) 
Democratic (Vote for 1) 100% reported Candidate Votes Percentage David M. Depretis 976 54.28% Edward D. Moeller 802 44.61% Baldwin Borough Council (4-year term) 
Democratic (Vote for 4) 100% reported Candidate Votes Percentage John R. Conley 1,099 17.79% Michael R. Ducker 1,033 16.73% Kevin J. Fischer 1,101 17.83% Francis J. Scott 929 15.04% Robert T. Collet 736 11.92% Larry Brown 758 12.27% E. John Egger 502 8.13% Whitehall Borough Mayor (4-year term) 
Democratic (Vote for 1) 100% reported Candidate Votes Percentage Jim Nowalk 835 98.47% Whitehall Borough Tax Collector (4-year term) 
Democratic (Vote for 1) 100% reported Candidate Votes Percentage Kelly Sgattoni 809 99.02% Whitehall Borough Council (4-year term) 
Democratic (Vote for 4) 100% reported Candidate Votes Percentage Kathy DePuy 849 27.40% Bill Gazica 707 22.82% Paul Parker 694 22.40% Glenn Nagy 815 26.31% Whitehall Borough Council (4-year term) 
Republican (Vote for 4) 100% reported Candidate Votes Percentage Ryan Barton 416 22.98% Chris A. Mooney 396 21.88% Linda J. Book 494 27.29% William Veith 497 27.46% Baldwin Township Tax Collector
Republican (Vote for 1) 100% reported Candidate Votes Percentage Marilyn G. Wagner 75 94.94% Baldwin Township Tax Collector
Democratic (Vote for 1) 100% reported Candidate Votes Percentage Anthony Frisoli 133 99.25% Baldwin Township Commissioner (4-year term) 
Republican (Vote for 2) 100% reported Candidate Votes Percentage John Michael Paravati 48 42.48% John N. Allen 62 54.87% Baldwin Township (4-year term) 
Democratic (Vote for 2) 100% reported Candidate Votes Percentage Cheryl K. Schuler 88 39.64% Eileen Frisoli 132 59.46%

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Robert Edward Healy, III May 26, 2013 at 04:12 PM
Please be cordial to one another, folks. As a point of clarification, the user "patch" does not work for Patch.
cc May 26, 2013 at 04:14 PM
patch lol you way to funny as that can also be said about you.
cc May 26, 2013 at 04:23 PM
Robert it is so easy to figure out who "patch" is.
20 Year Resident of Baldwin/Whitehall May 29, 2013 at 04:06 PM
Bob, thanks for explaining the process to everyone here. It is helpful when everyone understands WHY they are voting and that it doesn't end with this vote. Truly, if there were more exposure to the process, the candidates, and any upcoming events, I think there would be a better response to local elections. Thanks for doing your part to bring about that exposure.
Robert Edward Healy, III May 29, 2013 at 04:19 PM
Our pleasure.

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