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Primary: Results from Sewickley Valley races

| Tuesday, May 16, 2017, 10:21 p.m.

Updated 21 hours ago

Here is a look at contested primary results from Sewickley Valley races, according to Allegheny County Elections. Results are unofficial.

Information shown is for contested races. Non-contested races will be added later.

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Leetsdale Council

In the race for Democratic party nominations for Leetsdale Council's four open seats, one incumbent will move to the November election while another will not.

Incumbent Thomas Belcastro received the most votes of five candidates vying for four seats with 109 votes, according to unofficial results.

Two former council members — Benjimen J. Frederick (98 votes) and Osman Awad (97 votes) — and Thomas J. Michael also will appear on the Democratic ticket in November.

Incumbent Michael Nobers received 66 votes

Democratic — vote for four

Thomas Belcastro: 114

Osman Awad: 101

Benjimen J. Frederick: 100

Thomas J. Michael: 84

Michael Nobers: 71

Republican — vote for four (not contested)

Wesley James: 61

Write-in: 89

Leet Commissioner

Democratic — vote for two

Donna Adipietro: 120

Susan Beeman Barness: 90

James B. Janaszek: 44

Republican — vote for two

Write-in: 68

Magisterial district judge (Leetsdale)

Democratic — vote for one

Bob Ford: 956

Lori Capone Cirilano: 721

Republican — vote for one

Bob Ford: 1,339

Lori Capone Cirilano: 324

Quaker Valley School Director

Region I

Democratic — vote for two

Daniela Sauro Helkowski: 241

Jonathan Kuzma: 230

Maria Napolitano: 165

Gregg Cooper: 95

Republican — vote for two

Daniela Sauro Helkowski: 191

Jonathan Kuzma: 182

Gregg Cooper: 131

Maria Napolitano: 126

Region II

Democratic — vote for one

Sarah Stoessel Heres: 221

Richard Kain: 62

Republican — vote for one

Sarah Stoessel Heres: 117

Richard Kain: 97

Region III

Democratic — vote for one (not contested)

Kathryn Doebler: 335

Republican — vote for one

Kathryn Doebler: 229

Jeffrey Morrow: 209

Bell Acres Council

Republican — vote for four

Brock A. Meanor: 104

Greg Wagner: 83

Michelle Veeck: 70

David W. Renfrew: 62

Glenn A. Bohn: 42

Democratic — vote for four

Philip Ewanko, Jr.: 86

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