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Schenck elected mayor of Green Tree

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Tuesday, Nov. 5, 2013, 10:57 p.m.
 

Green Tree Mayor C.F. Hammer did not run for reelection. Democrat Edward Schenck received 68 percent of the 1,088 votes.

Schenck had been serving on borough council.

Additionally, there currently is a tie for the fourth open council seat with all four precincts reporting. David Lorenzini (R) and Daniel Gall (D) each have 486 votes — 11.72 percent.

The three other seats were kept by incumbents Mark Sampogna (D), David Rea (D) and John A. Novak (R).

Unopposed incumbent Mayor Jack Kobistek (I) will serve Carnegie for another term. Write-in candidates received nine votes.

Carnegie Council candidates were also unopposed. Phil Boyd (cross-filed) beat out Robert Veres (R) in the May primary to represent Ward 1. Council president Rick D'Loss (D) and vice president Pat Catena (D) will serve another term for Ward 2.

Write-in candidates received 42 votes in Crafton against unopposed incumbent James G. Bloom, who received 666 votes.

On council, incumbents Tracy Post (D) and David O'Brien (R) were reelected. Nina Amendola (D) and Fred Amendola (crossfiled) unseated incumbents Timothy Stewart (R) and Thomas Phillips (D).

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