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Local News

May 22, 2013

Primary election results

JOHNSTOWN — Here are the complete, unofficial results from Tuesday’s primary election. Results do not include write-in votes.

Cambria County

Judge of the Superior Court (Choose one)

Democrat

Jack McVay Jr. .................7,158

Joseph C. Waters Jr. .........2,152

Republican

Vic Stabile........................3,752

Sheriff  (Choose one)

Democrat

Bob Kolar.......................10,162

District Judge

  47-1-01

Democrat

Michael Mickey Muslin.......837

Republican

Michael Mickey Muslin.......183

47-3-01

Democrat

Mary Ann Zanghi...........1,200

Republican

Mary Ann Zanghi..............450

 City of Johnstown

Mayor (Choose one)

Democrat

Frank J. Janakovic...........1,193

Anthony Gergely................210

City Council (Choose four)

Democrat

Pete Vizza............................818

Marie Mock.........................810

David Vitovich....................716

Nunzio T. Johncola............713

Rose Englehart Howarth....685

Charles DiFalco..................613

Anthony Red Pinizzotto....550

John Jack Williams...........447

Ian Miller............................294

 Adams Township

Supervisor (Choose two)

Democrat

William BJ Smith..............264

Dennis Richards.................252

James Mel Moss.................145

Tax Collector

Democrat

James A. Rachael...............354

 Allegheny Township

Supervisor (Choose one)

Democrat

Bill Krug...............................111

Tax Collector

Democrat

Betty Mento........................128

 Ashville Borough

Council (Choose three)

Republican

Janice A. DeAngelis...............8

Nicole M. DeAngelis..............8

 Barr Township

Supervisor (Choose one)

Democrat

Thomas J. Brawley.............136

Vincent F. Rietscha Jr. .....103

Supervisor (2-year term; choose one)

Democrat

Thomas J. Brawley............208

Republican

Gregory Kline.....................108

Tax Collector

Democrat

Mary Jean Amadei............248

 Blacklick Township

Supervisor (Choose one)

Democrat

Joseph Sherwood.................74

Robert E. Davis....................29

 Brownstown Borough

Mayor (Choose one)

Democrat

David C. Fatula.....................62

Council (Choose four)

Democrat

Delbert S. Hess Jr. ...............56

David C. Fatula.....................54

Tax Collector

Democrat

Kathleen Farkas...................68

 Cambria Township

Supervisor (Choose one)

Democrat

Robert Buzzy Shook...........316

Jim Melnyk........................290

Jeffrey Evans.........................32

Republican

Joshua Frank........................98

Tax Collector

Democrat

Linda Polchito Makin.......598

Auditor (Choose one)

Democrat

Michael Mandichak...........570

 Carrolltown Borough

Mayor (Choose one)

Democrat

David Sell..............................72

Republican

James R. Ertter Jr.  ..............15

Council (Choose four)

Democrat

Drew M. Thomas.................80

James T. McCann Jr. ..........64

Luke Baker............................56

Ronald J. Gwizdak................51

Tax Collector

Democrat

Rose Forst.............................92

Auditor (Choose one)

Democrat

Mary Lou Fees......................78

 Cassandra Borough

Council (Choose three)

Democrat

Evelyn J. Hutsky.....................9

 Chest Township

Supervisor

Republican

Mark Lechene.......................16

Tax Collector

Republican

Kathryn R. Lechene..............15

 Clearfield Township

Supervisor (Choose one)

Republican

David J. Kibler.....................30

Tax Collector

Democrat

Charles L. Davis....................79

Auditor

Republican

Eileen A. McMullen.............39

 Conemaugh Township

Supervisor (Choose one)

Democrat

JoAnn Rheel........................157

Larry Marhefka....................89

Tax Collector

Democrat

Michelle I. Sarlouis............238

Auditor

Democrat

John Jake Jacoby................217

 Cresson Borough

Mayor (Choose one)

Democrat

Patrick Mulhern.................108

Republican

James P. McGough..............34

Pat Ryan.................................17

O. Thomas McConnell III...13

Douglas Shawley...................11

Council (Choose four)

Democrat

Rob Hogue..........................130

Susan White........................103

Michael J. Zabinsky Jr. ......82

Pat Mulhern..........................65

Ken Herk Anderson.............63

Pamela Flis............................56

Gary Loar..............................53

Republican

James P. McGough..............55

O. Thomas McConnell III...43

Tax Collector

Democrat

Barbara Kirby.....................149

 Cresson Township

Supervisor (Choose one)

Democrat

Scott Decoskey....................156

Tax Collector

Democrat

Donna DeYulius.................192

Auditor

Democrat

Fran M. Kodosky................179

 Daisytown Borough

Mayor

Republican

William R. Custer...................8

Council (Choose four)

Democrat

Robert L. Sweeney...............39

Republican

Elsie Scherer...........................9

Tax Collector

Democrat

Janet Hoffman.....................38

 Dale Borough

Council (Choose three)

Republican

Jeffrey Wilson.......................24

Tax Collector

Democrat

Kirsten M. Majercsik...........33

Republican

Heather Alt...........................20

 Dean Township

Supervisor (Choose one)

Republican

Theodore J. Fudalski...........23

 East Carroll Township

Supervisor (Choose one)

Democrat

Theodore Ted Farabaugh....105

Tax Collector

Democrat

Nathalie McConnell............89

Michael Rosmus...................18

Michelle A. Jackson..............15

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Poll

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