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Wednesday, May 20, 2015

Riel Handily Defeats Berg;
Vettenberg-Shaffer Beats Learn

Woods Beats Bartlett
Pingie, Duffy, Church Win
Yaros Defeats Yoder, McClure

Unofficially incumbent Tom Riel has won the Republican primary for Bradford Mayor. He beat his opponent Paul Berg by a margin of about 2 to 1.

Unofficially,
: 1st Ward: Riel 20, Berg 12
2nd Ward: Riel 58, Berg 42
3rd Ward 1: Riel, 63, Berg 38
3rd Ward 2: Riel 100, Berg 22
4th Ward: Riel 100, Berg 26
5th Ward: Riel 31, Berg 16
6th Ward 1: Riel 101, Berg 45
6th Ward 2: Riel 72, Berg 40

In the race for McKean County District Attorney, it appears that Stephanie Vettenberg-Shaffer has defeated incumbent Ray Learn by a little more than 200 votes.

Dan Woods has defeated Butch Bartlett for McKean County Sheriff by a vote of 3,340 to 1,532.

Incumbent Al Pingie and Carol Duffy led the Republican pack in the race for McKean County Commissioner. They got 2,518 and 2,163 votes, respectively.

On the Democratic ballot, Judy Church got 905 votes and incumbent Cliff Lane got 786. They’ll square off again in November’s general election.

The four nominees will fight for three seats on the board of commissioners.

Current first deputy register of wills Wendy Yaros appears to have won the Republican race for McKean County Register of Wills and Clerk of Orphans Court.

Unofficial results say she received 1,987 votes to 1,412 for David Yoder and 1,324 for Jeanmarie McClure.

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